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The People & Planet International Photo Competition 2010

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The aim is to select 55 images of people, places or things which tell a story about a social-justice or environment issue to be published in the 2011 People & Planet: Social Justice & Environment Diary & Calendar.

Photos of almost any genre will be accepted, including portraits, landscapes, animals, objects, or any combination of these. We particularly like photos which tell "good news" stories about social-justice or the environment. With 55 spots up for grabs, it’s a good chance to have your photos published and achieve international fame!

Prizes:

  • 1st Prize: $1,500 AUS
  • 2nd Prize: $750 AUS
  • 3rd Prize: $250 AUS
  • All 55 winners will recieve a free copy of the 2011 People & Planet Diary.

You can submit up to 4 photos per entrant. All submitted photos must be accompanied by 2-5 sentences describing the image and the social-justice or environment issues which are raised by the photo. Photos will be assessed jointly with the accompanying description.

 

We particularly encourage people living in the developing world to enter.

The images can be colour or B&W, but should be at least at 300 dpi resolution, supplied in JPEG format, with a maximum file size of 10 MB. We like minimal Photoshop-ing, and will usually exclude photos where Photoshop-ing is obvious.

Email your entries to david@peopleandplanet.org.au or send them on a CD to People & Planet, PO Box 2618, Fitzroy, Victoria Australia, 3065. If emailing, please send each image attached to a separate e-mail, and in the body of the email list the following:

1) Your name
2) Your country
3) Your postal address
4) Your email address
5) A title for your photo
6) 2-5 sentences describing the image (who, what, where, when) and the social-justice or environment issue(s) which are raised by the photo
7) The place the photo was taken

Official web site: http://www.peopleandplanet.org.au/photos.html

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