Dream Delhi Live Photo Competition
Dream Delhi Live Photo Competition
Welcome to the Dream Delhi Live Photo Competition! You can show us your take on Delhi through any of the 5 Delhi Live themes (which will be announced soon) in the guidelines and stand a chance to win exciting prizes! Be creative, funky, whimsical or just plain straightforward and upload your photos onto Instagram with the hashtag #DreamDelhiLive and add the theme name in the description of the photo. The top 5 of every theme will be featured at an exhibit at Delhi Live!
Click Here for guidelines and terms and conditions.
Guidelines, Terms & Conditions
- Opening date and deadline will be announced soon.
- Entries must be uploaded on Instagram with the hashtag #DreamDelhiLive and the theme name must be mentioned in the description. There is no limit to participant entries.
- Instagram Guideline: If you are a Private User on Instagram, please follow the DelhiLive Instagram handle so your images can be viewed for the competition.
- Minor editing of photos (brightness, contrast, minor color correction, filters) is allowed. Special effects are not permitted. Entries should not contain any watermark/signature of any kind.
- Entries must not contain any vulgar, obscene, defamatory, pornographic or violent content or content detrimental to national interest. Any such entries will be disqualified.
- Judges’ decision will be final and binding.
- Each entrant grants licence to Teamwork Arts Pvt. Ltd. to feature any and all of their submissions on any of their websites, or promotional material connected to this competition and the festival.
- The winners will be announced on www.delhilive.co, as well as on our Facebook, Twitter & Instagram handles. Follow #DelhiLive to stay on top of it!
- The top 5 winning entries of each theme will be featured at an exhibit at the Delhi Live venue.
- Exciting prizes to be announced soon!
- Entries not pertaining to the Themes, Guidelines and Terms and Conditions will be disqualified.
- Teamwork Arts Pvt. Ltd reserves the right to alter the guidelines and terms and conditions at any time.
Photographer, artist, curator, designer and activist
Ram Rahman, initially studied physics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Later, Rahman completed a degree in Graphic Design from Yale University’s School of Art in 1979.
Rahman has also lectured on aspects of contemporary Indian photography over the last few years at the Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai, Jnanapravah, Mumbai, MoMA, New York, including major lectures on Sunil Janah, Raghubir Singh and the modern architecture of New Delhi.
Originally from Purulia West Bengal, Vicky left home and started working as a rag picker at the New Delhi Railway Station, before he was rehabilitated by Salaam Baalak Trust, Delhi. He studied photography at Triveni Kala Sangam and then apprenticed under Anay Mann. In 2007, he held his first solo exhibition titled, “Street Dream” at India Habitat Centre; supported by British High Commission.
In 2008 he was selected by the US based Maybach Foundation to photo document the reconstruction of the World Trade Center in New York. As part of the program, he undertook a course in documentary photography at the International Center for Photography, New York.
Philoshpher & Photographer
Chandan Gomes has read Philosophy at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi (2009). He sees photography is a medium to reflect on his intellectual and emotional concerns. Themes of beauty, imitation and abandonment interest him. He currently teaches at the Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts & Communications, Delhi
Chandan won the India Habitat Centre Fellowship for Photography in 2010, Oslo University Scholarship to participate in Chobi Mela in 2012, Neel Dongre Award in Photography in 2013 and the Foto Visura Spotlight Grant in 2014. He is represented by Photoink, Delhi.
Website: chandangomes.com | photoink.net