To help young students tap into their hidden photography talent, the Center for Great Lakes Literacy is not administering an exciting program called “BioBlitz Photo Contest”. This program is active for 2021 and targeting young and emerging photographers. Through this competition, the Center for Great Lakes Literacy wants to celebrate and encourage outdoor photography and motivate budding photographers to get outside to capture the beauty of nature in their cameras. This year, the contest will select up to ten winners. Nine out of ten winners will be given local BioBlitz projects, and the remaining one will be grand prize winner and featured on the umbrella project, the Great Lakes BioBlitz. To be a potential participant of this program, candidates must 18 years old or younger on the first day of the contest.
Participating in this competition will help applicants enhance their photography skills, acquire recognization for their talent and get some meaningful projects. Apart from this, the program could be your chance to promote yourself in the photography world, put your skills to good use and set yourself apart from your peers who are also aiming this field to build a career. This competition is more than just winning some prizes. As a participant of this program, you will have a chance to showcase your talent to the world and polish those photography skills, develop some new ones, acquire a deeper insight into the photography industry and learn from your competitors. At a young age, it might be possible for the photographer who are finding their ways to get confused and lost in the crowd. What they need to be a well-known face is a good chance, and this program is that proper chance. So grab your camera, go outside in nature and click some eye-catching photos to enter this competition.
Center for Great Lakes Literacy is an organization run by Sea Grant educators throughout the Great Lakes watershed. With the vision of developing a Great Lakes-literate public capable of effectively contributing to the environmental, economic and social sustainability of the Great Lakes, this organization has been working hard with dedication. It makes informed and responsible decisions that promote basin-wide stewardship by offering hands-on experiences, educational resources and networking opportunities.
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|Organization||Center for Great Lakes Literacy|
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|Application Deadline||May 26, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible
Please check out these requirements before starting the application process:
- Participants should be 18 years old or younger on the first day of the contest, April 22, 2021;
- The photograph must be taken as part of the 2021 Great Lakes Bioblitz between April 22 and May 20.
How to Apply
To compete in this program, candidates will have to click some wonderful images of nature and send them via email to email@example.com by the application deadline. Candidates must include their name and email. All photo entries must be submitted in .jpg format and no larger than 1800×1200 pixels. The ideal dimensions for use as a banner image on iNaturalist are 760px by 320px.
2021 BioBlitz Photo Contest will select up to 10 winners. Nine out of ten winners will be given local BioBlitz projects, and the remaining one will be grand prize winner and featured on the umbrella project, the Great Lakes BioBlitz.
The application deadline is May 26, 2021. For better consideration, you can send your application early before the application deadline.