Nature photography contest, US$ 24000 up for grabs

The photographers of Northern Rivers have only over a week to go into their best habitat, wildlife or landscape snaps in Saved Nature Photography Contest. The winning entrants would share in US$ 24000 in cash prizes and have their work showcased at International Union for Conservation of Nature’s World Parks Congress back in November.
The entries must tell a tale of a marine park, national park as well as other protected places and prompt others to discover and help save all these important places. The photographers could select from 3 categories – planet, people and park, as well as enter as an enthusiast, pro, student (aged 13-18) or even social.
Craig Parry, the International award winning Lennox Head photographer, stated that contests were a magnificent way to get exposure and feedback. He told that this is a fantastic way to build your profile as a photographer.
Already, he has entered his landscape snap called Life and Death – an aerial click taken just moments following a fire swept through Broken Head Nature Reserve in the year 2013 – in Saved Nature contest. It appears destructive, but it was started by lightning so it is just nature’s way of regenerating an area.

The photographers of Northern Rivers have only over a week to go into their best habitat, wildlife or landscape snaps in Saved Nature Photography Contest. The winning entrants would share in US$ 24000 in cash prizes and have their work showcased at International Union for Conservation of Nature’s World Parks Congress back in November.

The entries must tell a tale of a marine park, national park as well as other protected places and prompt others to discover and help save all these important places. The photographers could select from 3 categories – planet, people and park, as well as enter as an enthusiast, pro, student (aged 13-18) or even social.

Craig Parry, the International award winning Lennox Head photographer, stated that contests were a magnificent way to get exposure and feedback. He told that this is a fantastic way to build your profile as a photographer.

Already, he has entered his landscape snap called Life and Death – an aerial click taken just moments following a fire swept through Broken Head Nature Reserve in the year 2013 – in Saved Nature contest. It appears destructive, but it was started by lightning so it is just nature’s way of regenerating an area.