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Life in Louisville Photography Contest

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Deadline for Entry: January 17, 2020

2019 Life in Louisville Photography Contest Winners

Thank you to the 41 local photographers who entered this year's Life in Louisville Photography Contest!

View a slideshow of this year's winning photos.

View the 2019 Life in Louisville slideshow

Life in louisville slideshow

How to Enter the Life in Louisville Photography Contest

The Annual Life in Louisville Photography Contest aims to help preserve images and reminders of Louisville for this and future generations. Students, amateur photographers, and professional photographers are invited to enter. Louisville residents and non-residents alike are welcome to submit photos to the competition. Entry deadline is Friday, January 22, 2020.

Download the Life in Louisville Photography Contest Application >

Judging Criteria:  

  • How well does the photo captures “Life in Louisville" in 2020? Photos should showcase people, places, and events that make someone specifically think "Louisville” versus any other city or town.
  • Artistic quality and originality of subject matter. Photos should capture original perspectives, different seasons, and different parts of our community. View past entries in the slideshow below. 
  • Awards will be given in a variety of categories. Categories may change based on the photos submitted, but may include: Nature, People, Old Town/Downtown, Black & White, Landscape, Student Photography, and Overall Grand Prize.

Questions? Katie Zoss, 303.335.4581,

Photos from this contest are the property of the City of Louisville and may not be used without the permission of the City. To request permission, please contact Katie Zoss,