Photographers Under 30, Here Is Your Chance to Work With Broncolor Gear

Photographers Under 30, Here Is Your Chance to Work With Broncolor Gear

It’s become a tradition: every year, Broncolor offers select young and talented photographers a chance to access some of the best strobes and light modifiers for free for two years. The lucky ones are chosen through a competition called "Gen Next," which is now open for 2017.

If you are a photographer between 18 and 30 years old, you could soon be working with Broncolor gear. All you have to do is show through your work that you want and are ready to push your career to the next level. Perhaps your current portfolio isn’t exactly where you’d like it to be for such an opportunity, but don’t worry, the Swiss flash manufacturer gives you time to create your best work yet. The competition is open until March 6. If working with powerful Scoro S packs, sought-after paras, and other beautiful pieces of equipment is your dream, then here is your chance! Get to work, create the best images you ever have, and enter the contest. Don’t forget to share your creations with our community as well! 

2016 Gen Next winners were Justin Lister, Natalia Evelyn Bencicova, David Sheldrick, Lara Zankoul, and Jvdas Berra. But the full lineup also includes other talented artists such as Benjamin Von Wong, Dustin Snipes, Lara Jade, Lauri Laukkanen, and Yulia Gorbachenko.

For more details regarding the competition and to register, head over to Broncolor Gen Next website.

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Quentin Décaillet is a photographer and retoucher based in Switzerland specializing in portrait and wedding photography.

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30?? SMH Broncolor Sounds like age discrimination to me !!!!

Well with 30 you should probably have managed to have your career set and done. Or have made enough money to buy the gear you need. Supporting Photographers fesh out of school that are talented and need head start is crucial. Treat this as a fellowship or grant, and you might think differently about it. Also many companies are happy to use you as an embassador if your work is up to par.

Lucky I embarked on a career change at 29 then, otherwise I'd have no chance!

Well that's patronizing. Or condescending. Either/or.

I think you're overestimating just how many people are "successful" in their careers at the age of 30.

A year off. Damn.