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Earth & Climate

Portfolio

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© Sergey Pesterev, Russia

TPOTY 2016

Our planet is in sharp focus as millions of years of evolution are being dramatically and rapidly impacted by Man’s advances in civilisation. This category is about the majesty of planet Earth, its varied and changing landscape, its climates, its changing environments and the impact that Man has on it.

You can enter B&W or colour images.

What subjects can you include?

Landscapes, natural world, weather, underwater, underground, environment, pollution, erosion, sky, climate, sunshine, storms, clouds, stars.

How many images?

A portfolio of four (4) images.

What are the judges looking for?

Show us your creativity in capturing the landscape, seas and sky, the weather, the changing climate, the extremes of the planet's climates, the impact of climate on the environment and the way that Man is affecting and altering it. Consistency, creativity, originality and a link between the images in your portfolio.

Am I eligible?

This category is for all photographers aged 19 years and over.

How many times can I enter?

You can enter this category as many times as you wish.

Sponsors & Prizes

The winner of this category will receive a Fujifilm X-Series camera and lens of their choice (more info) plus membership of the Royal Photographic Society (more info).

 

The judges will also select their favourite image from all the entered portfolios. This image will be awarded a judges' Best Single Image in the 'Earth & Climate' portfolio category. The winner will receive a Genesis Imaging giclee exhibition print (more info).

 

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