- Copyright: By submitting your artwork, you retain full ownership and copyright of your work. We require artists to ensure that they have the necessary rights and permissions for any references or source materials used in their submissions. By entering the competition, you grant us the right to display your artwork on our website and promotional materials solely for the purpose of promoting the artist, competition and the exhibition.
- Entry fee: $20 for 4 pieces.
- Entry deadline: 31st December 2023
- Who can enter: Open to all photographers, worldwide.
Whether you’re drawn to the sweeping vistas of majestic mountains, serene seascapes, lush forests, or urban cityscapes, this competition celebrates the beauty and diversity found in nature and the built environment.
- Recipients of the competition’s top positions will be granted digital certificates.
- The first, second, and third place winners will receive recognition on the website’s front page, accompanied by a detailed article highlighting their artistic journey and creations.
- Additionally, merit and honorable mention awards will be presented.
- The exhibition will include the artist’s name, work title, and website or email link. Extensive media coverage and online promotion on our website will be provided to all participants, ensuring widespread exposure of their talent and artwork.
Online submission of digital images via the website.
PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FOR YOU:
Many landscape photographers shoot handheld thinking that their images look sharp enough, only to be disappointed once the smaller details are magnified. Therefore, one of the most important pieces of equipment that you’ll need for landscape photography is a tripod. They help minimize camera shake so you don’t end up with blurry shots, particularly when using slower shutter speeds. A tripod will allow you to work with a low ISO to avoid noise in darker settings.
But don’t just buy any cheap tripod. When it comes to this type of photography gear, you’ll want to get the best tripod for your needs—it should be strong and stable enough to support your camera even in windy conditions yet lightweight so it’s not going to be a burden when traveling.
Another thing you’ll need to remember is that you won’t always get to prop it up on flat surfaces when you’re shooting outdoors. You’ll find that sometimes, you’ll have to set it up on rocks or soft grass, so look for a tripod with spiked feet and rubber overshoes.
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