“My Impossible year” competition

-The theme “My Impossible year”, can be this year just past, or the one in progress. All images must have been taken with an iPhone. We need at least 5 images on this theme, they can be straight shots or they can be filtered, it is up to your artistic taste.

– The images must be as high resolution as possible, so that we can publish them. They should be accompanied with a short introductory text and your details (name, email, web site…). Save the lot in a .zip file and send them to competition@squaremag.org

-The deadline is April 15th. The winners will be selected jointly by Square magazine and the Impossible Project crew by the end of April, to be published in a special issue on May 15th.

-The event is free. You retain copyright of your images, but you’ll have to allow us to use them for promotional purposes (we are not going to sell your work to anyone).

The 5 winners will receive an Instant Lab from the Impossible project and be published in our special issue. A best of will also be published, and an over-all winner will see his or her work exhibited in Rennes in May 2014.

Oh, all images need to be square, of course.

If you have any question, contact competition@squaremag.org

5 Comments


  • philippe
    March 30, 2014 at 3:28 am / Comment Reply

    could you elaborate on the theme? I would love to participate!

    • Christophe Dillinger
      March 30, 2014 at 10:10 am / Comment Reply

      @philippe, don’t worry too much about the theme 🙂 It is about events that were significant in your life last year, stuff that a photograph will help remember for instance. Images from a trip, or a new house, or maybe a town you’re going to move to this year, or a job offer you’ve celebrated…

  • Ricky Ricardo
    April 15, 2014 at 4:44 am / Comment Reply

    Can it be from an Android phone, or strictly Apple iPhone?

    • Christophe Dillinger
      April 15, 2014 at 6:41 am / Comment Reply

      Hi. It can be any phone shooting square, but the prize is an Instant Lab from the Impossible Project, and they only work with iPhones.


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