Picturing: Human & Nature – Discovering human and nature relationships through photo stories.


Mounted may be a a part of Uni devising opportunities for Photographers to reflect their ideas, thoughts, and interpretations of capturing the real-world through digital lenses. The forum allows enthusiasts and professionals from the planet over to share their outstanding bodies of labor .

Picturing Awards – aims to market photography and photographers. Our idea is to make new opportunities to present valuable work to audiences everywhere the planet . We aim to create an area where photographers can show different points of view and thrive through online exchanges.

The winners of the Professional and Student categories will receive rewards and cash prizes. Our judging panel will comprise highly acclaimed industry professionals, including gallery owners, publishers, editors, and renowned photographers. Don’t miss the chance to participate in one among the foremost prestigious photography contests in 2021.

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Humans & Nature

Our relationship with nature has historically been one among imbalance and overuse. Nearly every step in human history has unfortunately been amid a leap in environmental degradation. At first, humans were incredibly in-tune with their surroundings. Nomadic hunter-gatherer tribes wont to roam the lands, following the ebb and flow of the seasons.

These tribes had a measurable impact on the environment, but their influence was relatively manageable thanks to their population size. With advancements in technology and agriculture though, humans began to seek out more efficient ways of sustaining themselves. These advancements allowed for more permanent settlements, which led to rapid increase and a distancing from nature.

This imbalance has potentially caused tons of immeasurable and irreparable damage, which needs an emergency course correction.
The objective of this challenge is to tell this significant balance between man and nature. The brief/theme of the challenge to form an image story using less than 8 images – along side an idea note.


Submit a set of 8 (Max) pictures or less to deliver a photo story.
Each image should be less than 10mb and 2800px x 3500px size, portrait or landscape.
Title and subtitle of the project on the project page.
A concept notes of about 250 words in the journal section.
Both items in sync with the theme of streets.


Any kind of camera is permitted, from phones to DSLR. The photos can be retouched in lightroom however, photoshopping certain elements or lassoed graphics are not allowed.

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