Face of the Earth
Call for Entries
Life Framer
Deadline Oct 31, 2021

A unique photography competition and a renowned platform for discovering and exhibiting contemporary photography. Gain widespread exposure, your work exhibited around the world, and win cash prizes along the way.

“The Earth is Art, The Photographer is only a Witness ” –Yann Arthus-Bertrand

From icy polar snowscapes to vast and arid deserts; from sweeping agricultural plains to dense tropical rainforest; the earth has always provided an awe-inspiring backdrop to our short stay.

We want you to capture the beauty of our shared planet – nature’s landscapes and man’s influence on them. Let’s step out into our world and capture its majesty! Landscapes, conceptual, aerial, documentary… All genres welcome.

Organized by Life Framer. Competition judged by Samantha Clark, Photo Editor at National Geographic.

Image: Julia De Cooker

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