12 main nominations
change every year
8 additional nominations
Who can participate?
Any professional photographer of legal age.
Sizes and formats
Everyone enjoys looking at the beautiful shots in high quality. Please upload photos with resolution of at least 2400 pixels on the longer side or bigger.
Original size photos are very welcome.
How to take part?
You need to be a MyWed member to take part.
Sign Up on MyWed, upload 20 photos to your portfolio and wait for the approval from our editors.
After being approved, you will be able to send your photos to the contest.
Already a member? Simply choose photos for the contest from your portfolio.
Number of series and photos
You can submit one photo for each single-shot nomination and one series of photos for the "Photographer of the year" nomination. The series must consist of 40 to 60 photos.
45 USD for all nominations. Free for MyWed Pro members.
Total prize fund: $6000 and Nikon D5 camera provided by our great sponsor – the Nikon company.
The winners of one shot nominations will receive $300.
The winner of the “Photographer of the year” nomination (the best series) will get the Nikon D5 camera. The single-shot nominations have a total prize fund of 3000 (winners in each of 20 nominations will receive $150).
What photos should be submitted?
Only wedding photos are accepted (excluding the Engagement nomination).
Note that a series must include photos taken at one wedding.
Submit your 2017 – 2018 photos.
Authorship of photographs
It is considered that the author of a photo is the person who held the camera and pressed the shutter button.
By sending a photo to the MyWed Award contest, you confirm that you are its author.
It is permissible to use up to 10 photos from assistants in the "Photographer of the Year" nomination (series of photos).
You also guarantee that there are no third party objections against the participation of your photos in the contest.
What photos can be submitted?
Do not submit photos with frames, huge watermarks or logos.
Avoid pictures with diptychs, triptychs, multiple exposure, excessive post-production, design elements, etc.
Photos from workshops are not allowed.