How do you win a nature photography competition?
How to Win a Photography Competition
- Know and Follow the Competition Rules.
- Stick to the Theme of the Competition.
- Do Some Research.
- Avoid Cliches and Stand Out.
- Aim for Technical Brilliance.
- Avoid Distracting Elements.
- Go for a Reaction.
- Enter Another Competition.
Where can I submit pictures of nature?
Here are some reputable places to sell your nature photography online with rights managed licensing:
- Nature Picture Library.
- Minden Pictures.
- Animals Animals.
- National Geographic Images.
- Steve Bloom Images.
- Sea Pics.
- Photoshot Collection.
What is it called when you take pictures of nature?
The genre of photography that focuses on animals and their natural habitat is called wildlife photography. Animal behaviors in wild are also capture by wildlife photographer. Mostly these pictures are captured to be printed in journals or exhibitions. Many people practice this type of photography.
How do you judge nature photography?
Look for sharp focus, good composition, excellent color and contrast, beautiful lighting, a pleasing background and an interesting subject in your entry. Remember, these are the basic elements of a photograph and are very often the first things the judges will look for.
Can I sell photos of nature?
Magazines and other consumer publications are one place to sell nature photography. Specific trade publications may also accept and purchase photographs of nature. In addition, one of the best, but most difficult, arenas for the sale of nature photography is in art galleries.
How do I submit nature photos?
Submissions. Photographers may only submit images as digital files via email to [email protected] We are not able to respond to all emails, but if we see potential for your work as suitable for publication in the magazine, we will get in touch and/or invite you to submit more images.
How do I take a photo of nature with my iPhone?
10 Tips For Taking Stunning Landscape Photos With Your iPhone
- Include details in the foreground.
- Use human subjects.
- Use sky in the composition.
- Pay attention to light conditions.
- Follow the diagonal principle.
- Include leading lines in your photos.
- Use a wide angle iPhone lens.
- Take sharper photos using a tripod.