Royal Society Of Biology Photography Competition 2022 now is over!
Royal Society Of Biology Photography Competition 2022: Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition 2022, international annual competition has been recently opened for entries inviting amateurs photographers to submit they best photos on a this year theme 'Communication'.
The Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition 2022, annual competition every year invites amateurs to submit photographs on a particular theme.
The theme of this year competition is ‘Communication’.
Life on Earth is constantly communicating and this year organizer invites you to capture these interactions.
Your photograph could depict the sharing of information within and between different species, such as in the colouration of feathers, flowers and fur. You may want to focus on the messages portrayed in courtship behaviour or territorial displays.
Your image could illustrate the signs and signals that help us understand the condition of ecosystems.
Organizer also welcomes entries that explore this year’s theme at the molecular or cellular level, illustrating signalling and other processes only revealed to us with the aid of a microscope.
Entries must be digital images. Each entrant may submit a maximum of 3 images to the competition. Past photographs can be submitted into the competition.
There are two categories in the competition:
➜ Photographer of the Year (18 and over)
➜ Young Photographer of the Year (under 18)
Shortlisted entrants will be notified in September 2022. The full details of the winner, runner-up and highly commended entries will be announced as part of the Royal Society of Biology Annual Awards Ceremony in October 2022.
➜ Images should be submitted as high resolution JPEGs or PNG files no larger than 10MB.
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
Royal Society Of Biology Photography Competition is open worldwide to amateur (not professional) photographers. For the purposes of this competition, a professional photographer will be considered to be someone who makes more than half their annual income from photography-related work.
Photographer of the Year (18 and over) will receive 1,000 GBP and Young Photographer of the Year (under 18) will receive 500 GBP.