The Global Change Institute and The University of Queensland are organize a new photo contest. This year’s photography competition theme is: ‘A view from our waterways: the changing landscape for this vital resource’.
Images may simply be about the different facets of water sources: from rivers to our homes, the multitude of uses that our waterways provide for our existence, both in the rural and urban landscapes; challenges and impacts associated with such human activities on our waterways and the innovative solutions that we have put forth or are proposing. Inspirational interpretations of water sources and uses around the world are most welcomed.
This is an amateur competition which is open to all photographers. To be an eligible participant of the photo competition, applicants MUST:
•Be 18 years old or older on the competition opening day Monday, 4 July 2016.
•Submit a photo in digital format and which meets the criteria set out in the ‘Guidelines/How to enter’ section below.
•No print or video submissions will be accepted.
Canon EOS 700D 18MP Digital SLR Camera (Twin IS Lens Kit – Valued at $1000)
Entries close on Monday, 1 August 2016 at 5.00 pm (UTC+10:00 Brisbane).
Winners will be announced on Friday, 12 August 2016.
How to enter
•Send up to three unpublished images taken in the past two years (each at least 10MB) with minimum pixel size of 2500 high x 3750 wide in JPEG format with the entry form, and tell us in 100 words or fewer where and when the image was taken.
•Images can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must include your name and daytime telephone number in the body of the email.
Entry form and Terms and Conditions can be found on The Global Change Institute site