Agora from Barcelona suggests focusing on the little details of everyday life or deliberately heading out to hunt for small creatures and creatures. Already now among the contestants you can see absolutely wonderful photographs - kissing a snail and a frog, ants, tormenting a bug and even a small child at the feet of a huge statue.
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Salim Bhayangkara from Indonesia photographed a newborn baby in his photo studio.
Three Hungry Chicks
The Small Photo contest itself is quite new, as is the Agora application, which acts as an intermediary between competitors and sponsors. They hold several contests at once, in which, in principle, any person who has this application can take part. And I must admit that viewing photos of participants, and even more so winners, is more than interesting. Especially informative is how differently professional and amateur photographers approach the topic.
Ant near the predator.
Teamwork To Reach The Top
For example, in the contest “Small Photo” any photo can be taken, the object of which is someone or someone small. Someone is looking for inspiration in the world of flora, most focus on insects. And someone sent their works to children - and these works are also excellent. Or - dust when working with a tool. By and large, such contests are a great source of inspiration. Although the opportunity to win also exists - for the first place the startup promises a cash prize of $ 1,000.
Michael Angelo Luna from the Philippines took this picture in his own garden. Michael watched the ants for three hours to take just such a shot.
A butterfly with transparent wings was photographed by Fredi Prada Bucaramanga from Colombia.
An ant from Jakarta, Indonesia, carries a flower much larger than the ant itself.
Team of ants from Indonesia.
Insect on the flower.
A small floating church on one of the lakes in Germany. Photo: Charlie Berthaume.
Bee and butterfly are sitting on the same branch. Indonesia.
The photographer found this hedgehog, as the photographer’s dog was chasing him.
A photographer from France photographed a spider in the early morning on its web.
Wasp in the water.
Lizard and snail. Photo: Andy Khalil from Jakarta, Indonesia.