Due Date: March 22,2019
Send your image entries for the International Landscapes Online Online Forum (GLF) Image Rivals 2019 to show how people around the globe are handling environment adjustment. Tape how people, areas and services are making a difference by altering their regimens to handle environment adjustment.
International Landscapes Online Online Forum (GLF) is headed to Kyoto where various worldwide professionals will have a look at how to win the race versus worldwide warming and establish a climate-smart future. Challenging business-as-usual activities consists of developing a roadmap to move policies, markets and regimens onto a sustainable trajectory. GLF and partners plan to affect an around the world movement to get on track and display screen how adjustments are presently taking place throughout countries and landscapes. They are calling you to sustain that inspiration through your images.
They want to see innovative recycling, biodiversity conservation, food production, production and transportation efforts. They have an interest in transformative diet plan strategies and lifestyle, plastic use and trade and supply chains, making the fashion industry sustainable and more.
The winner will get a $500 cash prize and get worldwide direct exposure throughout GLF digital and social media networks channels.
They will show the winning images at GLF Kyoto 2019 supplying high direct exposure to an around the world audience on-site and online.
Winning images will be included in the GLF image archive for use on stories and other GLF publications with credit.
The rivals is open to any person over the age of 18, whether you are an image fan or a specialist professional photographer.
A panel of judges selected by GLF will pick around 25 images from all certified submissions gotten throughout the rivals period. Please remember that while a bachelor can send out more than one image, any single aspect can have just one finalist image. Finalists will be selected based upon the list below requirements:.
Photographic quality (30%).
Execution of design (10%).
Click this link to send out image.
To learn more, see GLF Image Rivals.