Alice Gabriner World Picture Editor | National Geographic
Anna Zekria | Moscow
Arnaud Adida A.galerie | Director | Paris
Bernard Utudjian Director | Galerie Polaris | Paris
Carol Johnson Curator of Photography | Library of Congress | D.C.
Chiara Mariani Photo Editor | Corriere della Sera | Italy
Chrisitine Ollier Art Director | Filles du Calvaire | Paris
Christophe Loviny Artist Director| Yangon Photo Festival | Paris
Daphne Angles Photo Editor | NY Times | Paris
Daria Bonera Director | Daria Bonera Agency | Milan
Françoise Paviot Director | Galerie Françoise Paviot | Paris
Heidi Laughton Art Director/Producer | London | Los Angeles
Jean Francois Camp Director | Espace Dupon | Paris
Janette Danel Director | KijK Galerie | Paris
Jerome Huffer Photo Editor | Paris Match | Paris
Jesper Thomsen Director | Mews42 Gallery | London
Kenan Aktulun Creative Director | Truth | New York  
Mark Heflin Director | American Illustration + American Photography | New York
Mike Bower Managing Editor | Sydney Morning Herald | Sydney
Miriam Leuchter Editor | Popular Photography | New York
Nan Oshin Photo Editor | Clark Oshin Gallery | Los Angeles
Natalie Belayche Director | Visual Delight | Paris
Natalie Johnson Features Editor | Digital Photographer Magazine | London
Nicolas Havette Director, Galerie Le magasin de jouets | Arles
Patrice Farameh Publisher | MAET Media | New York
Patricia Lanza Director | Annenberg Space for Photography | Los Angeles
Patrick Kahn Director | SNAP! photo festival | Orlando
Rebecca McClelland Photography Director | NewStatesman magazine | London
Samuel Feron Curator | Founder, Terra Quantum
Sara Rumens Lifestyle Photo Editor | Grazia Magazine | London
Sherrie Berger Director | Scarlet works Creative Change Agency
Susan Aurinko Independent Curator | Chicago
Susan Baraz Curator, Co-chair | Lucie Awards | New York
Tatiana Kurtanova Chief Editor, Journal of Portfolio | FotoLoft Gallery| Moscow
Viviene Esders Expert près la Cour d'Appel de Paris | Paris


Eliane Laffont Photography Consultant
Julien Frydman Director | Paris Photo


All entries are pre-screened by Px3 one week after the final deadline on MAC 20" calibrated moniters. Mailed entries are viewed under daylight corrected lights. Px3 may request digital files or scan mailed entries for official judging.

Official judging is done over several weeks by our distinguished jury of
experts. The jury rates each entry from one to hundred (one being the lowest). The scores are then tallied and the winners are selected.

Px3 asks each judge to use the same criteria when reviewing the photographs: originality, creativity, excellence of execution, and overall impact. To all the jurors, Px3 offers sincere thanks for taking the time and care with which they review each and every entry.


If you would like to be a judge for the Px3 competition, please email us your name, contact information and credentials.



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