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TransNatura 2023 International Nature Photo Contest

The VADON Association (from Saint George of Covasna County, Romania) announces the 10th TransNatura International Nature Photo Contest.

The application is open, amateur as well as professional photographers are invited from all over the world, except the members of the jury and the organizers.

The organizes will award a total of 3,400 Euro to a Grand Prize winner and three category winners in two competition categories. The Grand Prize (TransNatura Award) is 1,000 Euro. The award-winning pictures and other selected works will be exhibited on 15th December 2023.

The basic requirement is that the recordings must be made of natural habitats without disturbing the wildlife. On the photos only wild animals can be included, pictures taken of captive animals cannot compete in the contest.

There are two competition categories.

  1. Open — any type of nature photography, representing animals, plants, landscape and so on
  2. Autumn in nature — one can enlist with photographs that not include man-made elements

A candidate may enter with a total of four pictures per category.

The works received will be evaluated and decided upon by an international jury. A total number of seven competition prizes will be awarded, including:

  • TransNatura Award (Grand Prize): 1,000 Euro
  • Open category:
    • 1st Prize – 600 Euro
    • 2nd Prize – 400 Euro
    • 3rd Prize – 200 Euro
  • Autumn in nature category:
    • 1st Prize – 600 Euro
    • 2nd Prize – 400 Euro
    • 3rd Prize – 200 Euro

The VADON („Wilderness”) Association is founded in the autumn of 2012 with the aim of designing and implementing projects based on natural values.

TransNatura 2023 International Nature Photo Contest – Entry Fees

The entry fee is 10 Euro for a category, 15 Euro for two categories.