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The global changes on the planet Earth we are witnessing today became the theme of the International Festival of photography PhotoVisa in 2013. Some of the changes are directly caused by human activities, either of entire communities or persons who sometimes change the world on their own - architects, politicians, engineers, literally changing the world we see, or, like artists, writers or journalists are changing our view of the world. A newborn child or a child leaving the shelter of parents change the climate in the family, as well as teachers and unknown heroes.
Our planet is changing due to the impact of space radiation, meteorites, it is changing due to human influence, is changing over Time... the theme of PhotoVisa 2013 is not only climate change, but the times in which we live.
Photography and Photo-series are judged in three categories:
• Microclimate. Man. The Changes.
What is a human today? In what ways the look and lifestyle of our contemporaries have changed, what are the factors that change the human way of life in our time? How the events of everyday life are perceived by our contemporaries? In what way the inner world of a person is projected in visible surrounding space?
• Social climate. The Changes.
Changes taking place in today’s society. Events; the activities of groups of people, photos of activities and its results, in the form of visible traces of modern society.
• Macroclimate. The Changes.
Change in climate and landscape of our planet. Harmonic and destructive impact of the humans on the Earth’s biosphere.
Single photos (no more than 15 by an author) and series that include no more than 15 works are accepted for the contest. One author can submit no more than 15 works. All rights for the works submitted belong to the authors of works.
There is no entry fee.
Photographs taken not earlier than in year 2009 by photographers of any age living in Russia or abroad are accepted.
Selected works will be exhibited at the International Festival of Photography PHOTOVISA in Krasnodar, Russia.