Abstract, Vehicles, Beauty, Conceptual, Dynamism & Movement, Fashion, Fine Art, Food, Music & Dance, Nudes, Products/Objects, Still Life, Marriage, Science & Research, Others (for this category you do not need to send RAW files).
OPEN BLACK AND WHITE
Black and white photos (for this category you do not need to send RAW files).
Wildlife. Wild, non-domestic animals or animals raised in captivity, mammals, birds, bats, fish, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, molluscs, ringed worms and arthropods, shown as an integral part of their natural habitat.
PEOPLES, USES AND CULTURE
Men, Women, Children, Human Relationships, photos that capture the image of a person or a small group of people.
Any image that depicts men, peoples, or ethnic groups in any part of the world, particular populations that still live in close contact with their natural environment or still live following typical customs and traditions.
THE WORK OF MAN
Man's work. Images depicting man at work. Man understood as a human race. Photos that highlight the struggle that every individual is forced to undertake for daily survival. (This category does not require sending the RAW file)
Astrophysics, the Environment, Trees, Landscapes, Mountains, Night Scenes, the Sea and Seascapes (both above and underwater), Star Trails, Panoramic Photography, Aerial Photography. Photos that include landscapes (non-urban) and show images from the natural world.
Subjects in real and spontaneous situations in public places in order to highlight any aspect of society in an artistic way. A location in general where human activity is visible, places where social interactions can be observed and captured. The subject may also be completely devoid of people or may even be an environment where an object takes on human characteristics.
Sports events, exercise and competitiveness. Photos of any sport, scenes of activity or decisive moments; the mechanisms of games and the dynamism of actions that highlight and show commitment and passion for competition.
Photographs are required to be a “journalistic” documentation of real, spontaneous events. This single shot must be able to tell a real story, an incident, a newsworthy moment.
A sequence of images (min. 5, max. 10) that tells a story without needing a written description. In this category you can put forward a series of photos on any topic: themed portfolios or storyboards (sequences of photos that tell a story about nature, fauna, ethology, natural environments and the land, etc.).
New Deadline 31 July 2017 at 24:00