The summer photo school “Snap for Culture”, organised by the EU Info Center in Bosnia and Herzegovina, encouraged young people from five BiH cities to explore their local culture, history and heritage, while showcasing the unique beauty and richness of their surroundings. Cultural tourism, as a driver of understanding and celebrating diversity, especially among young people, influenced the creation of unique photographic records and experiences of the country’s natural and cultural riches. The photo school invited young people to show the beauties of Bosnia and Herzegovina its cultural heritage and highlight the numerous tourist opportunities within their local surroundings and to capture truly magical moments with their cameras. Led by renowned BiH photographer, Jasmin Agović, the participants acquired numerous skills, learning especially the value of photography, and the best ones won valuable prizes so that they can further develop their love of photography. Helena Brajić and Katarina Pudar from Trebinje, and Amer Kalabić from Ključ, the winners of the competition, presented a unique vision of their own cities with their photo reports and immortalised them with photographs of the beauty of nature and cultural heritage that their surroundings offer. Although they initially believed they would not win prizes, the winners expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to participate, learn about photography, socialise, and gain tips and inspiration for respecting and enjoying scenery. An exhibition of works by the best young photo reporters opened today at OKC Abrašević in Mostar, where it will be on display until September 21, 2020. You can see the online exhibition here: