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Blue Vision

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A Quick Look at The First Annual Blue Vision Photography Festival (Masar) The first annual Blue Vision photography festival (a.k.a Masar) was held in association with University of Tehranā€™s Blue Circle environmental group with the theme of environment, historical heritage, Noruz and a special category for showcasing the village of ghohrud from the city of Kashan. The call to action for this festival was published on the march of 2017 and after the end of the deadline on June, more than thirty-five thousand works have been submitted from over 420 cities and villages across the country. These works were reviews by our panel of judges on August 2017 and 84 submissions were selected for the festival's exhibition. This panel included Mojtaba Aghayee (Prominent Iranian photographer, faculty member of photography department at University of Tehran and head of Fajr Visual Arts Festival), Seyfolah Samadian ( Prominent Iranian photographer, Founding member of Iranian photographer society and head of Image of the year awards) And Hedie Tehrani (Actor and Photographer and an environmental activist)

What Makes this event different?

Goals of the festival: Raising awareness about the concept of clean energy Using the art of photography to inspire informed use of energy Creating a learning environment for photography enthusiasts Preventing the wasteful and unnecessary consumption of energy resources Persuading the use of clean energy sources A call to action for pollution reduction Creating an international coalition against environmental destruction Cultivating creativity and growth in millennials

Image Usage Rights

The festival has the right to use the submitted works in its advertising material, festival's book and any further press and publications.

Goals of the festival:

  • Raising awareness about the concept of clean energy
  • Using the art of photography to inspire informed use of energy
  • Creating a learning environment for photography enthusiasts
  • Preventing the wasteful and unnecessary consumption of energy resources
  • Persuading the use of clean energy sources
  • A call to action for pollution reduction
  • Creating an international coalition against environmental destruction
  • Cultivating creativity and growth in millennials
  1. All professional and amateurs photographers and photography enthusiasts are encouraged to participate
  2. For PRO photography, participants can submit their work through the official website.
  3. For MOBILE photography, participants must share their work on their Instagram page using the hashtag #BvipFest and Tag Festival page(@BivpFest) on their Photos. The page must not be private or the work has to be sent as a direct message to our official account.
  4. All the photographs in this category will be eventually shared on the official page of the festival.
  5. All pictures must be in JPEG format, no larger than 3mb and in their original dimensions
  6. any form of photo manipulation is allowed to the extent that the photo can uphold its integrity
  7. By submitting photos, participants are agreeing to the general rules of the festival.
  8. Every participant is allowed to submit up to 10 photos for each category.
  9. In case of any unforeseen circumstances, the festival is allowed to take the necessary measures.
  10. All photos must be without signature, personal logos, timestamps, etc.
  11. By submitting photos, participants would be claiming the ownership of the submitted works and the festival forgoes any responsibility on this matter
  12. The festival has the right to use the submitted works in its advertising material, festival's book and any further press and publications.

 

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