The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissions

It’s #UnsplashAwards time. It’s that exciting time of the year again where we are all coming together to celebrate YOU contributors for the next month. Starting today, you can now submit your photos through 10 categories, we will share them below. The finalists will be announced on November 27th, 2019 and we will make sure to announce them on ABDZ. As a proud partner of the #UnsplashAwards, we love supporting initiatives that pushes everyone including us to create a powerful impact in the community. When we started ABDZ, one of the reasons why we create Abduzeedo was to disrupt our design community and navigate on common grounds.

The Unsplash Awards is a month-long celebration recognizing the powerful impact that Unsplash contributors have made through their generosity and artistry. Unsplash wouldn’t exist without the thousands of photographers who freely gift their work and push creativity forward every day.

This year, enter your photography into 10 categories designed to showcase the best of Unsplash.

Abstract

This category challenges us to incorporate unlikely textures, experiment with new formats, and reevaluate how we look at the world around us.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Aiony Haust

Current Events

This category covers the latest important events and movements from around the world—from political protests to pride celebrations.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Johanna Buguet

Earth & Space

From stunning seascapes, wildlife captures and the tiny details of nature to key issues such as climate change, this category celebrates our planet, and beyond.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Mat Reding

Food & Wellness

A celebration of the mind, body and soul. This category showcases everything from decadent baked goods and exercise shots to healing practices such as meditation and yoga.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Nicole Honeywill

Interiors & Architecture

Photography of human-made spaces both inside and out, this category encompasses everything from sweeping perspectives to slick workspace shots.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Simone Hutsch

Minimalism

Keeping it simple is often easier said than done. This category challenges you to craft a visual narrative with minimalism in mind, and watch as a new perspective unfolds.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by MAURIZIO VELE

Mobile Photography

Ditch your cameras, your lenses, your editing software and focus on the creativity you can harness with your smartphone. Submit photos shot on iPhone, Android, Flip, you name it.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Ludovic Fremondiere

People & Diversity

People, captured. We welcome submissions with subjects of all ages and ethnicities, from candid portraits to styled wedding shoots.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Nathan Dumlao

Product & Brands

From commercial shots to editorial images, this category celebrates the very best of product photography.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Lucas Ortiz

Street Photography

From early morning commutes, neon-tinted nights and everything in-between, this category encompasses street photography in every form.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Andre Benz

Unsplash Community

This special category recognizes key Unsplash contributors for their involvement in the community throughout the year—from creating inspiring collections to giving others feedback on their photography.

The #UnsplashAwards 2019 is here. Open for submissionsPhoto by Chang Duong

About Unsplash

Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing copyright-free photography under the Unsplash license. Meaning that you can use them for commercial and noncommercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to the photographer or Unsplash, although it is still very appreciated when possible.

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