Memorial Maria Luisa Photo Contest 2017 now is over!
Memorial Maria Luisa Photo Contest is calling for entries for 28th edition with the purpose of continuing with the promotion of the artistic work of photographers and at the same time with the diffusion of the natural environment and its necessary protection.
After twenty years promoting the artistic work of photographers and spreading the natural environment and its necessary protection, the Memorial Maria Luisa Photo Contest recently has been announced the 28th edition of new photo contest inviting all photographers amateurs and professionals to partecipate. This contest is open worldwide to all photographers, both amateurs and professionals.
The purpose of this contest is continuing with the promotion of the artistic work of photographers and filmmakers, and at the same time, continue with the diffusion of the natural environment and with its necessary protection.
Mountain, nature, wildlife, climbing, landscape, underwater world, biodiversity, flora, extreme and adventure sportsvideos, films and documentaries whose content is also related to the previous topics.
Works has to be sent as digital file in JPEG format, preferably with colour profile Adobe RGB 1998 and must be 1920 pixels wide in its largest side, and a maximum weight of 2MB. Authors of short-listed photographs will be asked to provide RAW files as well.
You can submit maximum of 5 photographs per entrant in each category. Typical adjustments (white balance, exposure, levels, contrast, colour saturation, focusing, vignetting removal, etc.) will be admitted.
Moreover, a selection of the photographs submitted to the competition will be projected on May 5, 2018 after the prize-giving ceremony, at a time and place to be designated by the Organisation. The Organisation will provide free accommodation for the winner and a companion.
Entry fee is 22 Euro for adult photographersentry fee is free for young under 20
For further information about this competition please visit the official website.
This contest is open worldwide to all photographers, both amateurs and professionals.