The World Photographic Cup is a competition in which a team of photographers represent their home country. The photography family (or Camera-derie!) is a bond that transcends language, culture and geography. That’s the foundation behind the World Photographic Cup, a one of a kind international team competition. Nations across the globe, including Canada, meticulously curate their countries images to create a collection of 18 amazing images to enter in the World Photographic Cup.
Team Canada is very proud of it’s success and would like to thank all the volunteers, curators, partners, and photographers who make our country’s entry possible. Our goal is to continue showcasing Canadian photography on the world stage.
All Canadian Photographers, professional and amateur, are invited to submit images to Team Canada for consideration in next year’s competition. Entries are accepted in July and August.
Team Canada earns a 5th place finish in the 2020 World Photographic Cup competition! We had an awesome team this past year and four of our members earned Top 10 recognition with 3 of those going on to win Bronze medals. Points are awarded to each country based on the top 10 placements and medals won by their photographers. Congratulations to the entire team, and an extra shout out to these four successful photographers who secured Canada 5th place:
- Nature Bronze Medal: Amanda Beers, Moncton, NB
- Reportage Bronze Medal: Kristian Bogner, Canmore AB
- Portrait Bronze Medal: Cassandra Jones, Grande Prairie, AB
- Portrait Top 10 – 7th Place: Jamie Bard Dubé, Saint André, NB
“Finishing 5th in the world with 3 bronze medals and a top 10 finish has turned hard work into the penultimate achievement for Team Canada 2020 – huge thanks to all the photographers, committee members, and curators who made this possible.”
Gerry David, Team Canada Captain