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Galapagos Photography Competition

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Galapagos Photography CompetitionCategories:

  • Animal Portrait: illustrate the natural essence, character, and personality of an animal in its Galapagos habitat.
  • Animal Behaviour: demonstrate a particular aspect of an animal’s natural behaviour. This could be an unusual behaviour rarely seen or a common behaviour depicted in an interesting and inspired way.
  • Landscape: highlight the natural beauty of the Galapagos landscape. With its volcanic highlands, sloping forests, rocky shores, cliffs, beaches, lagoons and lava flows, there are ample opportunities.
  • Botanical: capture the beauty and unique characteristics of botanical subjects in Galapagos. From cacti and mangrove trees to algae and lichen, judges will look for careful composition and pin-sharp focus.
  • Man in the Archipelago: showcase an aspect of human presence, influence, or activity in Galapagos. This could include scientists conducting cutting-edge research in the field, locals going about their everyday life, tourists enjoying themselves, or a depiction of one of man’s more sinister impacts in the Archipelago.

Prizes:

  • The overall winner of the competition will receive: two tickets to 2017’s Galapagos Day, a year’s free membership to GCT, a signed copy of Henry Nicholls’ book The Galapagos: A Natural History, and the winning image will appear in the 2018 GCT calendar.
  • The winner of each category in the competition will receive a copy of GCT’s 2018 calendar and the winning images

Entrants may submit a maximum of five images. Online submission of digital photographs via the website.

Judging criteria: originality, composition, clarity, technical excellence, overall impact, and artistic merit

Image requirements: 1600 pixels on the shortest edge; minimum resolution of 300 dpi. The maximum file size is 5MB and the minimum is 2 Mb; JPG format.

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