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The best annual travel photo contest by National Geographic – not to miss

Copyright: Esteban Delgado Garcia

Copyright: Esteban Delgado Garcia

Most of the travel enthusiasts already know about the annual contest held by National Geographic that gathers thousands of participants from all over the world. There are lots of reasons for which we’d recommend you to take place to such a competition and the firs one is publicity. We’re firmly sure that there are lots of places yet to be promoted and even if they’re already popular, it’s amazing to let people experience a scenic view through your eyes.

Here are some of the entries that have already been submitted this year:

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Copyright: Carlos Monteiro

So the huge popularity National Geographic benefits of is not just an advantage for the stunning places you’ve seen, but for your specific perspective as well. If you’re creative and artsy enough this year you’ll be going to Alaska for eight days with your significant other.

Copyright: Spencer Saffer

Copyright: Spencer Saffer

 

The second prize consists of a 5-day National Geographic Workshop where you’ll be feeding your passions in Santa Fe (New Mexico), while learning from the best. Who knows – if you’re thorough enough maybe next year you’ll be winning the first place!

The third photographer prized will go on a cruise on Maine windjammer schooner for six days, while the other 7 merit prizes are going to be awarded: a $200 gift certificate, a framed merit photo printed by National Geographic Imaging Lab, and a DVD course called Art of Travel Photography.

 

 

Copyright: Son Nguyen

Copyright: Son Nguyen

 All that you should know more is that you can apply here and the contest categories are: Travel PortraitsOutdoor ScenesSense of Place and Spontaneous Moments. This opportunity is a good way for any traveler who’s not only attracted to visiting places but also to seeing them in a distinctive way to socially challenge his/her talent by getting it tested by professionals.

Copyright: Danilo Dungo

Copyright: Danilo Dungo

Copyright: James Sikorski

Copyright: James Sikorski

 

Copyright: Allison Leach

Copyright: Allison Leach

 

Copyright: Lalin Jinasena

Copyright: Lalin Jinasena

 

Copyright: Laurentius Lee

Copyright: Laurentius Lee

Copyright: Leann Denman

Copyright: Leann Denman

 

Copyright: Peter Skoda

Copyright: Peter Skoda

 

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