Do you know which are the finalist images of MedFoto?

  • 6/July/2021

MedFoto publishes the 43 finalist images of the first edition of the contest

MedFoto, the first Mediterranean Photography Contest, published, yesterday, July 5, the 43 finalist photographs of the contest. Since the registration period closed on May 31, the MedFoto Jury has had to choose from more than 600 proposals submitted.

It was, therefore, a laborious task from which a selection of 130 semi-finalist photographs emerged first. These images were reviewed again with their RAW or original version of the camera to certify that they had been taken complying with the rules of the contest and then the Jury made a new choice that we invite you to visit the following link.

Beyond the pictures

Because of their beauty and their meaning, all of them represent in some way the relationship of man with the sea and especially, the Mediterranean, a sea that bathes our coasts giving life to the fauna and flora that inhabit it and that is space both for work and recreation for us. A source of life that we wish to preserve so that future generations can contemplate, enjoy and love it as much as we do.

The final winners of the different categories will be announced next Saturday, July 31. The award ceremony, which will take place in the Meeting Room of the Club Nàutic l’Escala at 7:00 pm, will serve as the opening ceremony of the exhibition of these 43 finalist photographs. This will be able to visit in the same space until August 31.

MedFoto_Cangrejo al vuelo_c-Carlos Virgili

A collaborative project

The Club Nàutic l’Escala and the Fundació Alive are the promoters of MedFoto, the first International Photography Contest of the Mediterranean. The contest is the result of the commitment between the two entities to create a photographic contest together with the aim of spreading the environmental and human values of the Mediterranean Sea.

The City Council of La Escala gives its support to the project within the framework of its constant effort to disseminate values and local environments, as a tool to improve the quality of life of citizens.