“Lake Life – The Swiss basin of the Lago Maggiore”: concurs de fotografie

“Lake Life – The Swiss basin of the Lago Maggiore” is the theme of photo contest organized by Verzasca Foto Festival together with the “Centro di competenza Lago Maggiore” (CcLM) / “Ente Regionale per lo Sviluppo del Locarnese e Vallemaggia” (ERS-LVM) and the “Isole di Brissago” – Brissago Islands.

“Lake Life – The Swiss basin of the Lago Maggiore” photography contest
“Lake Life – The Swiss basin of the Lago Maggiore”

Participation criteria:
– submission of 1 photo per participant,
– JPEG format,
– colour or monochrome,
– maximum dimension 1.5 MB per image.

Both analogical (scanned from negative or slide) and digital images are allowed. Participants must own the original files.
In order to confirm your registration you must enter a title and a short description for the group of photos.

Jury: Antonio Mariotti, Federico Sutera, Massimo Pedrazzini

SUBMISSION DEADLINE
31th of March 2016 at 23:59:59 (CEST).

Prizes:

  • 1st place: CHF 1’000.00 + collective exhibition at the Brissago Islands + voucher of CHF 250.00 for a photography workshop organized by the promoter.
  • 2nd place: CHF 500.00 + collective exhibition at the Brissago Islands.
  • 3rd place: CHF 250.00 + collective exhibition at the Brissago Islands.
  • 4th to 10th place: Collective exhibition at the Brissago Islands.
  • The winners will be announced within the 30th of April 2016.

    You may enter 1 photo: JPEG format, colour or monochrome, maximum file size 1.5 MB per image, the longer side should be minimum 3500 pixels at 300 dpi.

    Online submission of digital photographs via the website:
    www.verzascafoto.com/contests

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