Call for applications – Zoom Photo Festival Saguenay 2016

Zoom Photo Festival is looking for different photographic reports and topics for its seventh edition to be held in Saguenay from 2 to 27 November.

This international call for applications is open to professional photographers and photojournalists of all nationalities. There is no theme. To participate, please send your application before 31 May 2016.

Send us in a file or folder : 

  • your contact information
  • a small bio (in french or english)
  • a short description of your subject (in french or english)
  • 25 photos
  • 1500 pixels width or height
  • captions are optional but welcomed (in french or english)

All text will need to be available in both French and English if we select your application.

Your application must be sent using this web page: https://gpmi.wetransfer.com/?msg=AppelCandidature2016

We will only keep the information in your files, so make sure to include them in your documents and not in the WeTransfer message.

Please note that this call is different from the Human Nature photo contest. The photo contest is open to both the general public and professional photographers. If you are an amateur or professional photographer and have worked around our contest theme, we invite you to participate in the contest. More information on the Human Nature contest page.

Zoom Photo Festival Saguenay, international meeting of photojournalism was born in 2010. This first Canadian festival dedicated to photojournalism was established by the International Group Photo and La Pulperie de Chicoutimi, Musée du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, from a concept by photographer Michel Tremblay.

International Photo Media Group (IPGM) is a non-profit organization (NPO) whose mandate is to promote photography. To do this, IPGM offers various products to reach professionals, amateurs, and enthusiasts of photography.

Zoom Photo Festival Launches Wide View, a new publishing platform

Wide View presents a unique perspective on contemporary issues brought to life by photojournalists from here and elsewhere. This new tool from Zoom Photo Festival is a publishing platform that will evolve over time and provide new resources for photojournalists so they may tell their stories in their own way.

More information to come. In the meantime, check out the first story by photographer Roger Lemoyne: The Wave.

Last weekend

For the last weekend of the festival, exhibitions at The Pulperie, the Library of Chicoutimi, the Corniche, the pavilion of arts and media technologies are ending November 29.

Those that were presented to the Zone portuaire, the Centre des arts and the pavillon des croisières (La Baie) are completed.

Thank you for your understanding and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.

We take note of your comments so that this situation does not happen again next year.
Your comments are important to us and this is thanks to you that the festival will grow.

Michel Tremblay
Zoom Photo Festival Saguenay Director