Elisa Maenhout, winner of the first edition of The Global Billboard Project, has her work displayed in NYC. Photo: Tahir Carl Karmali

Feature Shoot’s latest international initiative, The Global Billboard Project, will be returning to New York City for three weeks later this spring. One winning photograph will be displayed on a billboard south of W37th Street, across the street from the only entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel on 9th Avenue and just three blocks from the Port Authority Bus Terminal in the heart of Manhattan. During its run, set for May 10th through 31st, the winning picture will viewed an estimated 600,000 times each week.

This time around, the winner will be chosen by our guest judge, the environmental journalist and photo editor Vaughn Wallace, program director at Blink and former Senior Photo Editor at National Geographic. All photographers are welcome to submit photos for consideration at this link before our deadline on April 28th (a few days left!). It costs just $25 to submit up to five images, and all submitting photographers will receive a free PDF copy of our guide, 75 International Photography Contests Worth Entering.

We look forward to seeing your submissions to The Global Billboard Project! As always, you can stay up-to-date by visiting our website and following along on Instagram at @featureshoot and @globalbillboardproject.