There are currently no open Calls.


Here is a partial copy of last year’s SlowExposure’s Main Exhibit Call for Entries.
We are providing this as a reference as you prepare for the 2022 Call for Entries.

*Please Note: Requirements, guidelines, and other information may change in the future. This is only for reference.

Renowned for its intimate, relaxed setting in the rural countryside of west central Georgia, SlowExposures will present four days of amazing photography–all displayed in historic, late 19th century buildings throughout Pike County.
After the SlowE weekend, the show will be presented for a month at the Cochran Gallery in LaGrange, Georgia.
We invite photographers to submit work that captures the diversity, contradictions, and complexity of the contemporary rural American South. The selections for the Main Exhibition will highlight a weekend of over a dozen satellite shows, portfolio reviews, seminars, and career-changing networking opportunities. Your entry for the Main Exhibition will also entitle you to a discount to enter one of the highlights of the SlowE weekend: The PopUp Tour of 6 solo shows around Pike County’s Courthouse Square in Zebulon.

Your participation in this year’s show starts by entering up to six images of work taken in the rural regions of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri.

SlowExposures’ Awards
First Place (Paul Conlan Award): $500 and a solo show during next year’s SlowExposures
Second Place: $300
Third Place: $200

The Fine Print

Theme: The Rural South
Successful images will reference the unique “sense of place” of the contemporary rural American South.

You may enter up to six images for a non-refundable fee of $50.

Before completing the Entry form, be sure that you:
1. Read and agree to all entry terms and requirements.
2. Format your photo files to meet the size requirements specified below.
3. Re-name your photo files to conform to the naming requirements specified below.
4. Have your credit card or PayPal account information ready.

Eligible Photographs
Entered photographs must be original works, taken by you.
Photographs may be color or black and white using traditional film and/or digital elements.

Photo File Size and Format
It is REQUIRED that your photo files meet the following specifications and naming format. Photo files not meeting these requirements may be ineligible for entry.
Titling your image:
Please omit your name in the title in order to observe our blind entry process.
RENAME THE FILE OF EACH IMAGE EXACTLY AS YOU WISH THE TITLE TO APPEAR THROUGHOUT THE EXHIBITION AND FOR OUR ANNUAL PHOTO BOOK. (Example: My Great Photo.jpg)
Titles are limited in length to 55 characters or less.

Save image as a .jpg using the highest quality that keeps file size under 2.0 MB.
Image must be sized no more than 1280 pixels long on the longest side.
Image resolution is 240 dpi.
Rename the file of each uploaded image to match the title you have selected.


Fish Plates and Bourbon © Dale Niles
2019 First Place, Paul Conlan Award