• Deadline: March 5th, 2023
• Prize: Exhibition
• Theme: The Living In All Its Form
• Entry Fees: Free
• REGISTRATION: APPLY HERE •
The expression "biodiversity is close to the sixth extinction," "the oceans, forests, and soils are threatened," is commonplace. Living conditions are getting worse by the day! as a result of the breaking point of the living, which includes the mineral, vegetable, animal, and human worlds, whose domino effects run the risk of being uncontrollable.
The living in all its forms is to (re)know them, its intrinsic values, its pangs, and its beauties—despite the fact that humans have the power to destroy ecosystems and their living beings.
The living, in all of its manifestations, is a transformation of dominance and exploitation modes that takes place in relationships of equitable cohabitation with other living things.
All living things engage in intricate exchanges with one another, their environments, and their communities.
(Christiane Gagnon, 2023) The contribution of photography to this collective reflection on the living is undeniable. The living in all its forms is the human face of current social, economic, and political issues such as climate change, the migration of peoples, and the relationship of indigenous peoples with "Mother Earth."
Be a part of this unique moment, which will allow you to capture the outcome of a crucial global and territorial shift.
The deadline for submitting your Zoom Photo Festival 14 photo reports has passed. You have until midnight (Quebec time) on March 5, 2023, to send us your files. Your record:
– 15 numbered photographs published in the desired publication order.
– A text or word document. which must include the following data:
Contact information for you: Name, full address, country, email, and phone number.
Facebook and Instagram loginA 75-word, brief biography in either French or English.
150 words, written in either French or English, to briefly describe your project.
the fifteen English or French captions for each of your images.