1 May 2020 4 themes in 2020
1 October 2019 The 2019 edition has started
7 April 2019 The monthly winners 2019
30 October 2018 The monthly winners 2018
23 October 2018 The 10 best photos from October
11 October 2018 The exhibition awaits
9 October 2018 The 10 best photos from September
7 October 2018 Your watch photo in an exhibition
7 September 2018 The 10 best photos from August
4 July 2018 The ten best photos from June
6 June 2018 The ten best photos from May
Watch Photo Awards 4 themes in 2020
In May, photograph the watch you like as the Watch Photo Awards start up again for another round, with the first theme fitting to our current circumstances: #stayhome. Submit the photo and get a chance to win a weekend in Geneva!
Launched in 2019, the first international watch photo competition open to the public will, for its third edition, select, publish and exhibit 40 photos of watches to the tune of four different themes. While there will be one winner per theme, the main aim is to share your passion for watches and have your work exhibited in a museum and a watch fair for the most talented amongst you. In 2018 and 2019, the people behind each selected photo did indeed see their work exhibited at Baselworld, Dubai Watch Week, and Miami Watches & Wonders. What an honour!
Thème: sport © Henry Cookson
For May, the theme is #stayhome: it’s all about taking a picture of your watch (mechanical watch for men) at home, with your interior in the background or from your window.
Thème: vacances © Stéphane Perin
The Watch Photo Awards jury will select the 10 best photos of each theme according to the subject, creativity and technicality of the photo. They will be published in several media outlets and will be exhibited in Switzerland and abroad (notably during the exhibition for the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève at the Geneva Musée d’Art de d’Histoire). The author of the winning photo will receive a weekend for two in a five-star hotel in Geneva. Three other themes will be announced for June, July and August following the same process with three new winners announced. The public will then elect amongst those four winners the overall winner for 2020, who will be part of the jury in 2021, as is the case this year of the 2019 winner, Erick Rangel (pictured on the cover).
Thème: bleu © Christophe Musy
Thank you to the Fairmont, President Wilson, Richemont and Ritz-Carlton, all five-star hotels in Geneva, who with their sponsorships make it possible to reward our winners.
© Fairmont, President Wilson, Richemond and Ritz-Carlton
Upload or send your photo in high resolution to watch-photo-awards.com, where you will receive a confirmation and an invitation to join the Fine Watch Club as a gift, and maybe win a weekend for two in a five-star hotel in Geneva.
Send or upload your watch photo in high definition to www.watch-photo-awards.com