Big Picture Natural World Photography Competition

March 28, 2015

Big Picture Natural World Photography Competition

Suzi is pleased to once again serve as the Jury Chair for the Big Picture Natural WorldPhotography Competition, hosted by the California Academy of Sciences. This prestigious contest has over $10,000 in cash prizes, including a grand prize of $5,000 to the overall winner. Winning images will be on exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, CA. 

 

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Suzi is proud to serve with an accomplished panel of judges that includes Art Wolfe, David Doubilet, Ian Shive, Sophie Stafford, Sandra Bartocha, Neil Ever Osborne, and Kathy Moran. Read more about the contest here. You can also see the gallery of winning images from the 2014 contest. The competition is open to amateurs and professionals, and entries are due March 31.

 

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