Enter OPN's 16th Annual Photo Contest
[Erik A. Rodriguez, The George Washington University, USA, First Place, 2020 Photo Contest]
Optics & Photonics News invites you to participate in our 16th annual photo contest!
The first-place winner will receive a canvas-stretched print of their winning entry, a $250 Amazon gift card, and publication of the winning image in OPN.
We're looking for large, high-impact images that highlight an aspect of optics. All images should be high resolution (at least 2,500 x 3,300 pixels at 72 dpi or 8.5" x 11" at 300 dpi) and the sole work of the submitter or submitters.
Please consider the following for your entries:
A creative demonstration of an optical principle.
Any use of optical equipment such as lasers, mirrors or fibers to create an abstract or artistic image.
An image that is a close-up of a unique or unusual texture, such as a semiconductor chip.
The use of microscopy to create a compelling image whose subject is not immediately recognizable, or one that looks like something other than what it is.
A satellite image that captures an alien landscape, or a sweeping new view of one on Earth.
A telescopic image of distant stars, galaxies, nebulae or other celestial bodies.
A picture that captures atmospheric optics or optics in the natural world—for example, a rainbow, an aurora, the reflection off of a lake.
Please submit up to three of your best images. Enter by: midnight 15 September 2021