We will meet you in mid-june for the 2017 edition. If you wish to be kept informed, join the contest community by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
To read the new literary editions of previous editions, it is below.
THÈME : Prises de bec
Prises de vue - prises de bec, jouez avec l'expression au sens littéral ou non en nous plongeant dans la photographie naturaliste.
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Le jury : Laurent Bessol (auteur et photographe), Gwénaëlle Plet (Education Pyrénées Vivante sde la Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux, Pierre Dalous (conservateur au Muséum de Toulouse), Philippe Guionie (Photographe et enseignant à ETPA), Dominique Roux (photographe plasticien - Galerie du Château d’eau)
Les 10 photographies lauréates ont été exposées 5 semaines au Muséum du 6 mars au 13 avril 2018.
Les visiteurs ont voté pour leur coup de coeur parmi les dix. C'est la photographie "Le héron d'Esculape" de Jacques Guille qui a remporté le prix !
THEME: In the company of animals
Capture a moment when Man is in the company of animals. What kind of relationships are established? What kind of connections?
Photographs should be submitted with a title and a comment.
The assessment criteria will be based on the relevance and the originality of the scene, as well as the artistic quality of the image.
From 25 February to 31 March 2017
EXHIBITION of the 10 award-winning photographs
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Jury members : Dominique Roux, Philippe Guionie (résidence 1+2), Pierre Dalous & Henri Cap (Service Collections au Muséum de Toulouse), Nathalie Saint-Hillier Roverato (lauréate 2015).
An international French-language event, open to everyone and completely free!
Visit the dedicated blog and submit your photographs:
Capture or produce a scene depicting a story about the natural world* from the 21st century which would arouse a visitor’s curiosity and interest.
Photographs should be submitted with a title and a comment.
The assessment criteria will be based on the relevance and the originality of the scene, the artistic quality and the story.
*Historically, stories about the natural world involved describing it, in its animal, plant and mineral forms. In the 21st century, stories about the natural world look at biodiversity, the history of species, the mineral world and the relationships between Man, Nature and the Environment.
Members of the panel of judges: Philippe Guionie (photographer and teacher at the ETPA (school of photography and game design)), Dominique Roux (Château d'Eau art gallery), Catherine Blanc (elected representative), and Williams Roblet (2015 award winner).
The 10 award-winning photographs were displayed:
Photo Homo damnatus ©Nathalie Saint-Hillier Roverato which won the public's favorite. (Lire son interview)
Theme: GROWING UP
To grow up in their natural and social environment, young animals must follow their instinct, have experiences, and transform themselves. They must learn to recognise their fellow creatures, and to identify their predators. They are also initiated in social codes and hunting techniques.
Capture one of these important moments in an animal’s life.
Key words: animal photography, behaviour, action
You can find the photographs on the blog dedicated to this competition: http://concours-grandir.tumblr.com/ .
Members of the panel of judges: Mathieu Pujol and Corinne Rolland (animal photographers), Fabien Drougard (2013 award winner), Pierre Dalous (Curator at the Museum of Toulouse), Dominique Roux (Château d'Eau art gallery), Ingrid Coumes-Marquet (Espace St Cyprien-Photo workshops), and Catherine Blanc (elected representative).
Theme: In the skin of a bear
Members of the panel of judges: Dominique Roux (Château d'Eau art gallery), Jacques Sierpinski (photographer, Manifesto festival), Romain Saada (photographer), Dominique Armand (scientific organiser of the Bears, Myths and Realities exhibition), Stéphane Giner (photographer, 2099 award winner), and Ingrid Coumes-Marquet (Espace Saint Cyprien)
The 10 award-winning photographs were exhibited for three weeks at the Natural History Museum. The public voted for their favourite of the 10.
The first People’s Favourite award was awarded to Fabien Drougad for his photograph "Dans l'objectif d'un ours":
The photography competition unfolded on the blog danslapeaudunours.tumblr.com. The 10 award-winning photographs can be found on the results blog post here.
Theme: Water and me
Members of the panel of judges: Dominique Roux (Château d'Eau art gallery, Toulouse), Jacques Serpinski (freelance photographer and member of the ManifestO festival team), Romain Saada (freelance photographer), Ingrid Coumes-Marquet (photography workshop coordinator, Espace Saint-Cyprien, le Chapeau rouge, Toulouse), Frédérique Gaillard (manager of the Museum’s photo library), and EDF.
Among the 10 award-winning photographs, "Au fil de la vie..." by Laurent Delfraissy
won the PEOPLE’S FAVOURITE award!
The 10 photographs can be found on the Water and me blog via the results posting
Photo copyright: Laurent Delfraissy, Mathieu Lulek, Geneviève Bigot, Tristan Francia, Flore Canova, Taosurf135, Stéphane Maurin, StefanoG, Isabelle Delpech, and DLF.
Theme: Toulouse, past and present: in the footsteps of Eugène Trutat.
Members of the panel of judges:
Pierre Gastou (municipal archives of Toulouse), Romain Saada (freelance photographer), and Michel Labonne (La Dépêche newspaper).
36 photographies amateurs proposées.
36 amateur photographs were submitted.
Discover the exhibition of the 10 award-winning photographs online
The Hippomobile diptych by Florent Lagasse, Contemporary photograph by Florent Lagasse / photograph by Eugène Trutat Tramways Hippomobile (1881).
was awarded the PEOPLE’S FAVOURITE award!
Theme: The Museum, a living place
Panel of judges: Map10, Les Abattoirs, Stéphane Giner, Château d'Eau, Museum of Toulouse.
Eleven photographs were selected for exhibition over several weeks at the Museum.
The general public who visited the exhibited at the Museum and online voted for their favourite: Doux Regard by Virginie Roualt
Theme: How do you see the Museum of Toulouse?
A photography day was organised at the Museum for those who wanted to experience this photography event together.
Eleven photographs were selected for exhibition over several weeks at the Museum. The general public who visited the exhibition at the Museum and online voted for their favourite.
The photograph by Laurent Hazard known as Alanobia attracted the attention of our visitors. Titled Héritage, the people’s favourite shows two children standing on planet Earth. The first is looking at the ground, the second is looking up at the sky (towards the future?). This image, charged with meaning, symbols and hope, charmed the public: it won 20% of the total 701 votes.