The RAMOGE Agreement has launched its international photography competition entitled “RAMOGE – Man and the Sea” to mark International Oceans Day. The competition will run until September 15, 2020 and will be held under the auspices of the International Federation of Photographic Art (FIAP).
This 2020 edition will count on an internationally renowned jury, composed of Greg Lecoeur (“Nature Photographer of the Year” – National Geographic, 2016), Sergio Pitamitz (“Environmental Photojournalist of the Year” – NPPA, 2016) and Pierluigi Rizzato (eight times winner of the FIAP Nature World Cup).
As part of its awareness-raising activities, the RAMOGE Agreement* invites all lovers of the sea and photography to highlight in their photos the relationship between human activities and the Mediterranean in its multiple aspects, which ‘they are positive or negative.
The “RAMOGE – Man and the Sea” competition is free and open to everyone. It is divided into three categories for adults and a “young” category: Category 1: Free theme; Category 2: Man and the Sea; Category 3: RAMOGE area (dedicated to images taken between Marseille and La Spezia); Category 4: Young photographers (under 21 years old): “Man and the Sea, the gaze of new generations ”.
To participate, simply register and submit your photos on the RAMOGE website (www.ramoge.org/ConcoursPhoto). Each participant may submit a maximum of four photos for each category accompanied by a message.
- Agreement on international cooperation for the preservation of the coast and the marine environment between France, Monaco and Italy for the area between Marseille and La Spezia.
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