El bosque del lobo
Claudio Contreras Koob
Winner Absolute Prize - 2ndt Cadiz PhotoNature Competition
he province of Cádiz will soon be the go-to destination for nature photography in Spain this year, with an offering that is difficult to match in the rest of the country. With 43 nature areas in the Natura 2000 Network, 34% of its surface area, it is a worthy nature destination not only in Spain, but also in Europe. Its position as a connecting point between two continents and the variety of natural processes and phenomena that can be observed there, such as the unique bird and whale migrations, make it a very attractive place for lovers of nature and photographers looking to capture its beauty.
The growing popularity of this activity and the interest in nature photography more specifically mean that the demand for new locations is on the rise. As such, and aware of the importance of conservation in addition to spreading these values, the 1st Cádiz PhotoNature Nature Photography Fair is set to take place. It promises to be an unmissable event and meeting place for photography enthusiasts and professionals alike.
Visitors will learn about the latest technical developments presented by the biggest names in the sector, as well as the enormous natural value of this province for people who are interested in nature photography. Leading national and international nature photographers will also be participating in the event. They will be sharing their personal work experience at conferences and workshops. There will also be a wide range of activities such as themed workshops, exhibitions, excursions and recreational activities aimed at promoting the area’s natural value.
If you are passionate about capturing the essence of nature in an instant, if you have made it your hobby or profession, and if you love to discover nature’s secrets through the lens of a camera, you can’t miss Cádiz PhotoNature.
Winners of the Cádiz PhotoNature 1st Edition
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