2018 3 11 4th International Travel Photography Competition - The Human World

The Competition

 

4th International Travel Photography Competition
The Human World

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Professional and amateur travel photographers are invited to submit three of their best travel shots from around the world for a chance to win one outstanding camera of their choice or good old cash. The winner will be able to chose between a Nikon D850, a Sony a7rIII, a Canon 5D mark IV or $3000 cash.

This year's theme, "The Human World", would like you to investigate the human element in travel photography: it's a very broad theme that leaves you a lot of freedom, but natural landscapes (with no form of human intervention) and animals only this year won't cut it!

Hurry up! The number of participants is limited to 1000 so to give everybody a higher chance to win.

For further information please visit the competition website.

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This competition meets all the standards set out in

the Artists Bill of Rights

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