17 November 2022
20 November 2022
Montier Photo Festival is now organizing an exciting competition for photographers from around the world.
It is free digital photography and filmed sequences program. Any individual photographer with any level of photography skills can be a part of this opportunity.
This competition is divided into ten categories, and each category is based on a different theme.
Participants will have to shoot and submit images or videos of wild flora, fauna, landscapes. There are topics supporting the conservation of habitats and species as well.
For this competition, preference will be given to the personal work and ethical standards of the photographers.
The candidates should be the real owner of the work and comply with any national or international legislation regarding protected species and habitats where the image was taken.
This competition will help young and emerging photographers to boost their career and refine their skills. This is a prestigious competition, so taking part in this program will prove beneficial for photographers who are in need of a motivational push. If you are a beginner you can start with this book*.
So if you have photography talent and you are a nature lover then this Wildlife Photo Competition seems the right fit for you.
Montier Photo Festival began around 25 years ago with the consistent efforts of a group of friends with a passion for photography and wildlife, who decided to organize a fair showcasing the wildlife which then turned into a festival.
All the submissions will be judged by a panel comprising wildlife photography experts and naturalists. They will shortlist the competition images for the festival exhibition and award prizes for each category. All the candidates will be invited to explore the winning images and get their prizes at the award ceremony during the Festival.
Montier-en-Der is a former commune in the Haute-Marne department in north-eastern France. On 1 January 2016, it was merged into the new commune La Porte-du-Der. The 10th century church of the former Montier-en-Der Abbey has been preserved.
Learn more about the International Wildlife Photo Festival in Montier-en-Der