NIW Photography Competition 2014
Enter photographs of an insect or a group of insects. Photographs entered for the Competition should feature an insect (or group of insects) occurring naturally in the situation in which it is photographed. The subject can be of any life-stage, from egg through nymph, larva or pupa to adult.
Theme: ‘Little Things That Run The World’
- Insects Alive!
- Small Is Beautiful
- The 1st Prize Winner in each Category will receive a cash prize of £500
- The 2nd Prize Winner in each Category will receive £250.
- The four winning images will be published in the Royal Entomological Society’s quarterly bulletin Antenna
Judges: Alastair Driver, National Conservation Manager of the Environment Agency, river and wetland conservationist; Prof. Chris Haines, NIW Adviser for the Royal Entomological Society, Emeritus Professor at the Natural Resources Institute; and Sophie Stafford, editor, writer and magazine consultant, formerly Editor of BBC Wildlife magazine.
The winners and runners-up in the two Competition Categories will be notified by early December 2014
You may submit up to three entries in each of two subject Categories (i.e. up to six entries per person in total). Submission of prints (unmounted prints – minimum size either A5 (210×148mm) or 8”×6”, maximum size either A4 (297×210mm) or 12”×8”). The photographs can have been taken anywhere in the world but the accompanying details must indicate where.