Paris Aerial Photography Awards launch best aerial photographs international competition

Photo © Jeffrey Milstein

The Paris Aerial Photography Awards is inaugurating its first edition in 2020 by inviting all professional and amateur photographers, whether they take photos from a high point of view or use tools such as drones, helicopters, paragliders, and all sizes of aircraft, to submit their best photographs to celebrate the best of aerial and bird’s-eye view photography.

Photographers can submit their photos to  before Sept. 20, in six main categories for a chance to win cash prizes and awards valued at $15,000. The Paris Aerial Photography Awards was founded by Christophe Martin in the early part of 2020.

The 2020 Jury is composed of:

  • Jeffrey Milstein who has exhibited in many museums and galleries around the world
  • Daniel Beltrá, winner of numerous prestigious photography awards
  • Dirk Dallas, seen as an early leader of the drone movement
  • Alex MacLean, author/co-author of thirteen books
  • Benjamin Grant, creator of the popular Instagram feed Daily Overview
  • Peter Essick, named Named one of the 40 most influential nature photographers in the world
  • Florian Ledoux, whose work is recognized by international conservation organisms
  • Hulia Boz, Aussie photographer who has recently held an exhibition in New York
  • Abstract Aerial Art, two brothers dedicated to taking bizarre aerial images around the world and;
  • Noura Al Murr Al Neyadi, who started photography at the age of 11.

The winning photographs will be exhibited in a gallery in Paris on Nov. 14-15, 2020, during the Paris Photo photo fair. The winning photographs and displayed in the Instagram feeds of our media partners who have over 1 million cumulative followers.