The jury of the FRUITWORLD® is looking for the most exciting photography about the state of agriculture in our times.
Agriculture is changing at a fast pace. Agriculture has become so diverse and exciting with technology, crop science and machinery. And it is a people’s business with old and new generations, foreign workers, muddy boots.
The photo competition will reward the most compelling, exciting photography that is capturing the current state of agriculture around the world.
Submissions can be about growing and harvesting. But it can also be around developing varieties, crop protection, logistics or retail. Important: The photo competition is all around fruit and vegetables and berries.
Who can submit
You do not need to be a photography professional. You do not need expensive gear – but you can be. All photographs will be considered, wether you are a grower, a professional photographer, a scientist or amateur photographer
Your photograph (or a series of photographs) will be judged by a jury of professional photographers and the editorial team of the FruitWorld®. The membership of the jury changes every year, and is led by a chair and supported by a secretary who implements the rigorous judging procedures. The jury, chair, and secretary are independent of AgroPress, publisher of the FRUIT WORLD®.
The contest is organized into the following categories:
- Agriculture Technology
- Agriculture People
- Agriculture Outdoor
- Agriculture Indoor
There are 3 awards in each category:
- FRUIT WORLD GOLD AWARD
- FRUIT WORLD SILVER AWARD
- FRUIT WORLD READERS AWARD
- May 1 2017: Submissions open
- May 28 2017 jury members’ names, announced.
- July 30 2017 submission deadline
- September 20, 2017 jury meeting
- September 22, 2017 Winners announced
- October 18, 2017 awards show
How to enter
Submssions will be open on may 1 via the website fruitworldmedia.com. Rules and conditions apply.
The prize-winning photographs are assembled into an online exhibition The winning pictures are also published in the FRUITWOLRD®, which is available in multiple languages Questions can be directed via email to Axel Breuer, Editor of the FRUITWORLD®: email@example.com