Show off your imagery and get noticed in Silicon Valley for your photo skills. Deadline is April 2nd.

“Masai Man in Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania” by Stanley Chism, who won second place in the Adult Portraits category for the 2014 PhotoContest.

SF Peninsula (live, work, school) photographers of all ages and skill levels are invited to submit entries for six different visual categories. Cash prizes and gift certificates from our sponsors will be awarded to the first place winners in each category.

Winning photos will also be displayed at the Palo Alto Art Center, in the Palo Alto Weekly and on’s social media accounts and a reception for the winners will be held at the Palo Alto Art Center on May 24, 2018.

Deadline is April 2nd.

More information on rules and entry guidelines:

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From left: “Campfire Under the Stars” by Timothy Aiken, First Place winner in Views Beyond the Bay Area category, 2014; “Baba,” by Paige Parsons, Third Place winner in Portraits category, 2014; “Bliss Dance” by Peche Turner, Second Place winner in Bay Area Images category, 2014.
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