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International Photo Contest 2014

AstroMaster 2014 - LaPalma

   

The 2014 International Earth and Sky Photo Contest (submission ended)
The Global Astronomy Month in April 2014 brings the 5th International Earth and Sky Photo Contest on Dark Skies Importance. Coordinated by TWAN the contest is open to anyone of any age, anywhere around the world.

 

 


Top Night Sky Stories of 2013
Review the most memorable night sky scenes of 2013 through the cameras of TWAN photographers

 

 


Top Viewed Photos and Videos in 2013
Review the most visited photos and time-lapse videos on TWAN website during the year 2013.

 

 


The World at Night 2014 Calendars
TWAN greets the approaching New Year with a number of 2014 calendars made of The World at Night photography, available online.

 

 


Photo Report: TWAN Workshop in Zanjan
TWAN annual workshop in Iran, is a prominent educational astrophotography program in the Middle East with a growing success. The photo report reviews the September 2012 event.

 

 


Photo Report: TWAN Exhibition in Doha
Photo report of the first TWAN exhibition in Qatar, during the first Doha International Astronomy Conference (2013 Feb. 10-13)

 

 


Top Viewed Photos and Videos: January-June 2013
See the most visited photos and time-lapse videos on TWAN website during the first half of 2013.

 

 


Photo Report: First TWAN Exhibit in Japan
Photo report of the first TWAN exhibition in Japan, hosted by Konica Minolta Plaza art gallery in Tokyo from June 7 to 24, 2013.

 

 


Photography Workshop in Stargazing Paradise
Join a TWAN workshop on night sky photography, time-lapse imaging and processing, from September 26 to 30 on the beautiful island of La Palma in the Canary Islands.

 

 


Saturn Calls for Photographers
Join a global celebration of the Pale Blue Dot. On July 19 the Earth will be photographed from 1.4 billion km away. Capture Saturn in the Earth sky, share it with the world, and enter a contest to transmit your art to the universe.

 

 


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