Aftermath: Issue 2
Aftermath is defined as ‘the consequences or after-effects of a significant unpleasant event. We are in a period of Aftermath. The Aftermath of a global pandemic such as COVID-19 constituted a worldwide lockdown. The Aftermath of climate change and the possibility of humanity becoming extinct if we don't act now. The Aftermath of civil unrest in various parts of the world, and the list goes on.
For issue 2, we invite African Photographers to explore the theme ‘Aftermath’ by submitting a body of work that represents the after-effects of a significant event. This does not have to be something literal such as COVID, it can be something personal that has happened to you or someone you love, it can be a health condition, a loss, or a gain It does not necessarily have to be the Aftermath of something negative. Think outside of the box and allow your creativity to lead on your visual storytelling journey.
We will be featuring projects from 5 Photographers, we will also be featuring single images depicting civil unrest from 5 Photographers. Submission Deadline: 28th February 2022
How to Submit:
Submissions are now closed! A massive thank you and well done to all the amazing Photographers who submitted their photography projects. Sign up for our newsletter to receive first-hand updates on the Aftermath issue.
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