Join to Asferico 2015 Photo Contest and take the chance to win of
the prestigious prize awards for a total amount of € 10.000.
You can submtit your photos for 8 different categories. The overall
winner, selected among the 8 category winners, will receive
2.000 and a week journey in Africa (value: € 1.500).
winner will win photographic equipments and the Asferico 2015
Also the 9 finalists for each category will receive the Asferico 2015
Catalogue. All the finalists and the winners will be invited to the
Images must capture the majesty of large natural
sceneries or the intimacy of narrow glimpses
and, in any case, should convey a sense of
wonder and wilderness.
B - Underwater world
The underwater world is unknown to most people.
Thousands of creatures of all shapes and sizes,
from marine to freshwater environments, are
fascinating subjects whose life can be portrayed
with a click able to tell their essence in a
unique and unforgettable experience.
C - Mammals
D - Birds
E - Other animals
C – D – E Images must show the behavior of
animals through portraits, environments or
action scenes that convey the character or soul
of the subject in an original and exciting way.
F - Plants and fungi
The delicacy of a flower or the strength of an
ancient tree are few examples of a biodiversity
that can be portrayed in many different ways
through the sensitivity of a careful observer.
G - Composition and forms
The beauty of nature can be resumed with
imagination and creativity playing with shapes
and colors and with blurry and reflections while
looking for unique and personal visions.
H - Natural Adversities
Weather is not always so loving and friendly
Sometimes the strength of a snow storm or a
heavy shower can surprise the photographer and
the situation can be very difficult and
sometimes dangerous, but inspiring too. So be
inspired by the violent strenght of Nature.
Georg Kantioler (Italy), wildlife photographer
Hans Strand (Sweden), landscape photographer
Iñaki Relanzón (Spain), wildlife photographer
Marco Ferrari (Italy), scientific editor of Focus
Werner Bollmann (Germany), wildlife photographer