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Terrace paddies in North VietnamConcursul de fotografie National Geographic a dat startul la înscrieri!

Concursul de fotografie National Geographic a dat startul la înscrieri!

Text de Raluca Antuca

Ai spune că luna ianuarie dă startul unor noi proiecte, evenimente și relații. Începi noi prietenii, pui punct altora dăunătoare. Te hotărăști să renunți la un job care nu te mulțumește și să cauți acea motivație care să te facă fericit.

Ianuarie este în strânsă legătură cu anul nou, deci se explică această dorință de a o lua de la capăt în anumite privințe. Doar că perioada unor începturi concrete este în septembrie- octombrie. Copiii încep școala, iar multe proiecte revin într-o nouă formulă. După trei luni de concediu și relaxare, lucrurile revin la normal, iar ideile noi revin în forță.

Chiar în această perioadă se fac înscrieri pentru concursul anual de fotografie National Geographic. Pentru ediția din acest an, s-au înscris câțiva fotografi talentați cu niște imagini minunate. Dunele de nisip din Namibia, vulcanul Calbuco, dar și credincioșii din Delhi sunt surprinși în cadrele realizate impecabil.

Concursul acceptă fotografii în cele trei categorii- oameni, locuri și natură. Premiul cel mare constă în 10.000 de dolari, o excursie și un seminar de fotografie. Lăsând toate acestea la o parte, îmi place cum fiecare fotografie are o poveste în spate și încearcă să fie originală prin perspectivă, unghi și viziune.

Mai multe detalii și regulamentul aici!

[caption id="attachment_39147" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Born in 1991 with significant disabilities in all four limbs, Ahmed Kelly was left at a Baghdad orphanage where he spent the majority of the first seven years of his life. He was adopted by an Australian woman, Moira Kelly, and now lives and in Melbourne. Ahmed finished forth in the London 2012 Paralympic Games for 50m Breaststroke, and is in great shape to win a medal in twelve months when the Paralympics start in Rio, Brazil. Picture: Alex Coppel. Born in 1991 with significant disabilities in all four limbs, Ahmed Kelly was left at a Baghdad orphanage where he spent the majority of the first seven years of his life. He was adopted by an Australian woman, Moira Kelly, and now lives and in Melbourne.
Ahmed finished forth in the London 2012 Paralympic Games for 50m Breaststroke, and is in great shape to win a medal in twelve months when the Paralympics start in Rio, Brazil. Picture: Alex Coppel.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39148" align="aligncenter" width="721"]This aerial shot was taken from a small plane over Namib desert, Namibia This aerial shot was taken from a small plane over Namib desert, Namibia[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39149" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A small group of emperor penguins gathered near the sea ice edge. Ross Sea, Antarctica. A small group of emperor penguins gathered near the sea ice edge. Ross Sea, Antarctica.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39150" align="aligncenter" width="721"]I was in Delhi for work and went out exploring in the early morning to the Jama Masjid mosque.  One guy was sweeping as another came along behind him laying out the prayer rugs.  Soon after, this one man came in and started to pray, lined up in the one ray of sunlight. I was in Delhi for work and went out exploring in the early morning to the Jama Masjid mosque. One guy was sweeping as another came along behind him laying out the prayer rugs. Soon after, this one man came in and started to pray, lined up in the one ray of sunlight.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39151" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A little girl plays in the monument to the victims of the attack of 11M in Atocha train station in Madrid A little girl plays in the monument to the victims of the attack of 11M in Atocha train station in Madrid[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39152" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Nepal is a special place to me for a number of reasons and I was fortunate enough to go back to see the Himalayas on a trek that offers amazing views of Mount Dhaulagiri and Mount Annapurna. The mountain landscape continued to blow my mind!  After a strenuous and exhausting 6 hour trek to Kopra Ridge, I took this photo of Mount Dhaulagiri at sunset. In the foreground, a local Nepalese man is helping usher his mules up the ridge to a nearby eco-lodge that was in the middle of construction. Nepal is a special place to me for a number of reasons and I was fortunate enough to go back to see the Himalayas on a trek that offers amazing views of Mount Dhaulagiri and Mount Annapurna. The mountain landscape continued to blow my mind!
After a strenuous and exhausting 6 hour trek to Kopra Ridge, I took this photo of Mount Dhaulagiri at sunset. In the foreground, a local Nepalese man is helping usher his mules up the ridge to a nearby eco-lodge that was in the middle of construction.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39153" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Flamingos are going to fly Flamingos are going to fly[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39154" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Calbuco Volcano is located in the lakes region south of Santiago, Chile's capital city and is one of the 10 most dangerous volcanoes in the country. After more than 40 years of inactivity, the day April 23 the volcano erupts, spewing more than 200 million tons of ash and causing the evacuation of more than 2,000 people. In the picture is seen one of the most violent moments of the eruption, which occurred in the early hours of April 24. Calbuco Volcano is located in the lakes region south of Santiago, Chile’s capital city and is one of the 10 most dangerous volcanoes in the country.
After more than 40 years of inactivity, the day April 23 the volcano erupts, spewing more than 200 million tons of ash and causing the evacuation of more than 2,000 people.
In the picture is seen one of the most violent moments of the eruption, which occurred in the early hours of April 24.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39155" align="aligncenter" width="721"]Andrea Grove, a fire performer based in Omaha, Nebraska, practices her hula-hoop routine before her performance at the Lantern Festival on Saturday, August 29, 2015. She travels to events around the Midwest with a group called IncenDance. I met Andrea by chance. She and her group were tucked away behind a stage preparing for their show. After getting to know them a bit, I asked if I could photograph their practice and stayed with them until dark. Andrea Grove, a fire performer based in Omaha, Nebraska, practices her hula-hoop routine before her performance at the Lantern Festival on Saturday, August 29, 2015. She travels to events around the Midwest with a group called IncenDance.
I met Andrea by chance. She and her group were tucked away behind a stage preparing for their show. After getting to know them a bit, I asked if I could photograph their practice and stayed with them until dark.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39156" align="aligncenter" width="721"]After the sunset we saw that fog was forming and hoped that it would not fade away till morning so we set our alarm clock 3 hours before sunrise. Then we drove for two hours to the location and along the road we could see through the trees that the bog was fully covered in fog. We quickly set up our octocopter drone and flew over the trees, the opening view was breathtakingly beautiful - sunrays, fog, shadows, pools. After the sunset we saw that fog was forming and hoped that it would not fade away till morning so we set our alarm clock 3 hours before sunrise. Then we drove for two hours to the location and along the road we could see through the trees that the bog was fully covered in fog. We quickly set up our octocopter drone and flew over the trees, the opening view was breathtakingly beautiful – sunrays, fog, shadows, pools.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_39157" align="aligncenter" width="721"]A young Daasanach fisherman guts and cleans a fish on the Eastern shore of Lake Turkana near the boarder of Ethiopia and Kenya. The Daasanach are Kenya's second smallest tribe with between 60,000-80,000 members. They are traditionally nomadic, roaming between the two countries although with continued drought over the last 20 years about 30% have looked to the lake for food and income in fishing. A young Daasanach fisherman guts and cleans a fish on the Eastern shore of Lake Turkana near the boarder of Ethiopia and Kenya. The Daasanach are Kenya’s second smallest tribe with between 60,000-80,000 members. They are traditionally nomadic, roaming between the two countries although with continued drought over the last 20 years about 30% have looked to the lake for food and income in fishing.[/caption]
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pepsiPepsi Refresh Your World – de partea cealalta

Pepsi Refresh Your World – de partea cealalta

Astazi a fost finala Pepsi Refresh Your World; s-a dat premiul de 20.000 de dolari pentru o idee care sa schimbe fata unui oras.

de fapt nu s-a dat, ci l-am dat (eu, Cabral si Dobro) pentru ca nimeni din partea Pepsi nu ne-a dat vreo indicatie, nu ne-a anuntat ca are vreun preferat.

ne-au pus regulile in brate si ne-au lasat sa decidem… si ni se cam strinsese inima avind responsabilitatea unui premiu asa de mare.

nu stiu cum s-a vazut in livestreaming finala, dar din partea mea lucrurile au stat asa:

toate ideile au fost frumoase si emotionante, dar foarte putine au fost relevante pentru tema proiectului. ce am invatat din asta? ca sa poti sa cistigi la un concurs care are in regulament criteriile de notare, ai grija sa le respecti (de la data la care trebuie sa finalizezi proiectul pina la originalitate, de la buget si pina la relevanta)/ cind toate ideile sunt bune, micile detalii – chitibusare – de regulament fac diferenta.

prezentarea unui proiect inseamna 40 la  suta din reusita. inainte de incepere, Cabral isi imagina cam ce “spectacol”/performance ar fi facut el daca ar fi reprezentant fiecare idee in parte. si credeti-ma, in varianta lui, ati fi fost cu gura cascata la toate prezentarile… (bravo incubator 107 pentru prezentarea voastra… a fost minunat sa incepem cu voi si micul vostru performance.)

nu va mai temeti de emotii. si eu aveam emotii desi eram intr-un fotoliu confortabil si ma uitam la concurenti. cind un om are emotii si crede in ideea lui, te emotioneaza si pe tine, iar asta e o victorie. pentru ca, desi nu-ti vine sa crezi, ai controlul.

o idee buna e recunoscuta de toata lumea. si e o energie buna in sala cind e prezentata. iar ca jurat te bucuri, e frumos sa stii ca ceea ce ti-a placut tie, place si altora.

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credeam ca o sa-mi fie greu, ca o sa stau mult pe ginduri ce idee sa aleg.

ca sa nu fiu influentata de prietenii care au prieteni care au prieteni in competitie, am citit abia in aceasta dimineata proiectele finaliste. si-am refuzat sa-mi fac o idee pina la prezentare.

dar acolo, fata in fata cu patru criterii clare. pur si simplu se cerneau ideile adecvate proiectului. iar cind ma gindeam “ok, primesti 20.000 de dolari, ce faci practic cu ei si citi oameni vei atinge cu proiectul tau?” jumatate din jurizare era rezolvata.

ideea cistigatoare este Turnul nostru din Iasi, un proiect care reface un turn vechi de apa transformindu-l intr-un simbol urban.

bravo echipei de arhitecti si ingineri din Iasi care au gindit proiectul, sa stiti ca pe 18 februarie sunt la Iasi, mi-am trecut deja in agenda. vreau sa fiu la inaugurarea turnului:)

stiu ca in seara asta 9 echipe au plecat acasa necajite si doar una fericita, dar asta e regula unui concurs si sper ca toti ceilalti sa-si urmeze ideile si pe mai departe, sa le duca la bun sfirsit fericind lumea in jurul lor.

desi nu-mi plac juriile (pentru ca au doza lor de subiectivism) mi-a placut mult astazi la finala Pepsi Refresh Your World; a fost o energie buna in sala, oameni frumosi si idei care chiar pot schimba cite o bucatica de lume. a fost inspirational.

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