Photolife presents The World We Live In Photo Contest. Photos of a young child playing with the neighbour’s dog, birds flying low over the lake at dawn, the impressive architecture of the CN Tower, a stranger strolling down the street, a flower, an insect, a table set for dinner… Look around at any moment, and you’ll see that photographic opportunities are everywhere. Whether you’re pro or amateur, it’s time to share your photographic talent and show us your vision of the world we live in. Dare to challenge your creativity!
Humanity: Each person has a story to tell. Capture images of people around you: your family, your neighbours, people you’ve encountered while travelling or even yourself. Show us some of the many facets of humanity.
The Environment: Nature and wildlife will never cease to amaze us. Show us the outstanding beauty of our living world, whether through wide landscapes or close-ups of natural elements, animals, plants or insects.
Interconnections: Humans are by nature interactive beings. Show us how we transform and create things. This can be seen in architecture, domestic pets, urban life, objects, transportation, machines, agriculture, fishing, cooking and almost anywhere you look!
Contest Prize & TERMS
Amateur Category Grand Prize: 2014 Adventure Canada Shipboard Expedition voucher $2500, Lowepro Flipside Sport 20L AW, HOYA Filter Kit (67 mm), Sekonic L-208 Twinmate, Blurb photo book voucher $100
Prizes awarded for each of the three themes include Sony cameras, Sigma lenses, EPSON Stylus Photo 1430 inkjet printers, Billingham Hadley Pro khaki/tan, Manfrotto tripods, Adobe Photoshop & Premiere Elements and much more.
Each winner will receive a free copy of The World We Live In 2013 Yearbook sponsored by Blurb
ELIGIBILITY: Canadian and US residents / 18+ Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: Photographers retain copyright on any photo they submit to the Contest.
USAGE RIGHTS: Apex Publications Inc. reserves non-exclusive publication rights of winning images in its magazines (including covers) and electronic medias, in The World We Live 2013 Yearbook, as well as for possible use in future promotional material of the Contest, including other types of publications and advertising material. All photos will be credited to the photographer.