Photographers can submit work that has been rejected from the Taylor Wessing National Portrait Gallery Photographic Portrait Prize and Portrait of Britain Prize.
Photographs must be the photographer’s own work.
The photographer warrants that they are fully authorised in respect of all rights in the work including ownership, copyright, moral rights, the rights of the people (via ‘model releases’, etc) in the photographs, and that no further permissions or conditions are required.
The photographer agrees that the photographs submitted may be exhibited as part of the Portrait Salon exhibitions and events, the Portrait Salon website gallery and printed as part of the Portrait Salon publication.
The final image selection will be made either by a panel of judges or a public vote.
All of the criteria for judging and the decisions of the Judges shall be at the discretion of the Judges and Portrait Salon staff and shall not be not open to dispute or discussion
Data from the public vote will be processed by Portrait Salon to remove fraudulent votes, vote manipulation, or vote rigging. The remaining images with the most votes will become part of the Portrait Salon exhibition and publication.
All decision on image selection and all other matters are final and binding in all respects, and no correspondence will be entered into.
The photographer will be credited for the use of their work.
The photographer retains all copyright on work submitted.