Exhibited around the world, featured in ad campaigns with big brands, showcased by world-famous media outlets online and in print… It’s all possible! Thousands of photographers have taken their photography to the next level with Missions over the past four years – and now it’s your turn.

12042278_630466737093369_378939811_nChulsu Kim won the ‘Human Condition’ Mission and was flown to Paris to see his work exhibited in the Photoquai biennale.

What are EyeEm Missions?

Missions are contests where photographers submit photos on a set theme – these range widely and are designed to maximize creativity and test your photography skills. Missions are often run in partnership with brands and publishers, who sponsor great prizes, exhibit the final selection or even buy the images to feature in advertising campaigns.


EyeEm Magazine Vol. 1 featured many Mission winners.

How can I enter a Mission?

Check the Missions (iOS) or News (Android) tab in the app and see which ones are currently running. Submit your photo by adding the Mission title as a tag. You can also add an existing photo from your EyeEm profile by opening it in the app and selecting “Edit Photo”. Then simply add the tag.

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What prizes can I win?

In the last twelve months alone, EyeEm photographers have won some incredible prizes: Light L16 cameras, a Sony SmartShot QX10/QX100 lens, MOO vouchers, tickets to the Apple Music Festival, a $1,500 scholarship, getting exhibited at Paris’s Photoquai biennale – the list goes on and on!

What’s more, winning and shortlisted images star in dedicated Mission recap posts on the EyeEm Blog and the Discover Feed in your EyeEm app, each and every time – with full credits back to you and your EyeEm profile!


This exhibition at EyeEm Studio, San Francisco, showcased winners of the ‘Portrait of America’ Mission.


By
Dávid Balogh

IMG_2153EyeEm Magazine Vol. II, entitled Schwarz, was packed with black & white photos from Mission winners.


A masterclass held at an exhibition at The Printspace in London, featuring Mission-winning photos.