The Royal Society of Biology Photography Competition 2020 is now open for entries. The Royal Society of Biology annual photography competition invites amateurs to submit photographs on a particular theme. This photo competition is free to participate in.
‘Our changing world’ is the theme of the competition in 2020. Life on Earth is dynamic and we invite you to capture these transformations.
Your photograph could illustrate the changes which occur within nature, including metamorphosis and shifts from young to adult. You might wish to depict how habitats develop during ecological succession, how wildlife adapts, or the impacts humans have on nature. We also welcome entries that explore this theme at the cellular, genetic and molecular levels, exploring how life can change at a variety of different scales.
International Photography Competition 2020:
- Royal Society of Biology
There are two categories in the competition, each with a cash prize:
- Photographer of the Year (18 and over) – £1,000 top prize
- Young Photographer of the Year (under 18) – £500 top prize
- Entrants can enter either the Photographer of the Year category or the Young Photographer of the Year category.
- Each entrant may enter up to three photographs into the competition.
- Images should be high-resolution JPEG or PNG files and no larger than 10MB in size.
- Entrants must fill in all sections of the entry form.
- Please read the competition’s full terms and conditions before entering and submitting your photographs.
- Photographers are requested to consider their own welfare and that of other individuals and they take care in their attempt to get their photographs. Past photographs can be submitted in to the competition.
- Submit your photograph(s) for the photo contest by 23:59 BST on Friday 24th July 2020.
Shortlisted entries will be announced in September 2020, and the winning entries announced in October 2020.