Wanted: Europe's best analogue picture of any genre – from portrait or landscape to architectural or wildlife photography. Each country is to select an initial shortlist of five images (one in each of the contest's five categories), which are then entered into the European evaluation pool. Finally, a European winner will be chosen in each category – though there is only one European Champion.
Participants have the chance of winning prizes to a total value of 5,000 euros. The overall winner receives a weekend for two in Hamburg, courtesy of Tetenal.
"This year not only marks the 175th anniversary of the medium of photography, but also lets us look back on 167 years of Tetenal's company history. So we felt almost compelled to celebrate analogue photography within the context of a Europe-wide competition," says Petra Roll, Tetenal's Corporate Communications Manager.
Reactivate your darkroom, and show us your masterpiece!
The European Tetenal B/W Classics Award 2014/2015 is an analogue B/W photo competition, meaning that only black-and-white photographs developed using an analogue process will be accepted. All submissions must be original photo-paper prints.
The competition is open all across Europe. Submissions close on 31 March 2015.
For further details and rules of participation visit: Tetenal and Darkroom Experts