A big success
Over 1.300 photos from all over Italy characterized the "Hunting for shots" photography competition. A success of participation and presence that has accompanied the path of this initiative, at the first edition in this format and many years after the last photographic competition organized by the Italian Federation of Hunting, from the very first day of launch. In just over 80 days of opening the photo collection, 1329 photographs arrived on the contest site, with a peak of almost 300 images arriving in the last week.
The contest jury
The quality of the shots and the variety of moments collected are extremely high, from rare species to your own dogs immortalized by the lens, from silent dawns to the breathtaking landscapes that characterize our country. A public success, we were saying, which made the choice of the jury composed of members of the Federation, Beretta, sponsor of the competition, and visual communication experts complex in proclaiming the 13 different winners who will make up the Federcaccia calendar for the imminent 2024 publication. A special thanks, as well as to all the competitors, goes to the Pietro Beretta Arms Factory of Gardone Val Trompia, excellence of Made in Italy and precious partner who believed in this project, contributing with the prizes up for grabs to sign together this one-of-a-kind calendar to the Federation.
But here are the photos and names of the winners:
Special Prize: Fausto Meini, who wins the €600 Beretta purchase voucher
“The Lord Hunter”, by Fausto Meini
First place: Silena Staffolani, who wins the €600 Beretta purchase voucher
“Caught in flight”, by Silena Staffolani
Second Place: Chiara Demarchi, who wins the €500 Beretta purchase voucher
“Untitled”, by Chiara Demarchi
Third place: Dario Airoldi, who won the €300 Beretta purchase voucher (source: FIDC).