Photography Competition Tag
Calling all nature photographers! Fancy a shot at getting your work noticed and winning some excellent prizes? The RHS Photographer of the Year competition is now open for submissions!
This year’s penultimate Facebook competition had the theme ‘Night Time’. Shooting at night opens up a world of creative possibilities in photography and can often show places you’re familiar with in the day in a whole new light. Did you win? Find out right here!
Planning on a skiing or snowboarding holiday soon? Imagine taking to the slopes and recording everything in glorious HD video – now enter our competition and you could be doing just that!
From golden light and shadows cast from a setting sun, to an abstract pattern or a beautiful portrait. We wanted entrants to use their imagination to show us an interpretation of light and shade. Here are our top 3 winners and the stories behind their shots…
The June Google+ competition theme is above or below the waves! You can interpret this theme however you like, so use your imagination to show us your best 3 images that sum up what Above or below the waves means to you.
The photographic competition for Norfolk School Children is held annually to celebrate the memory of the late Nicolas Corbin, with the intention to inspire the next generation of photographers to respect and value the Norfolk landscape.
In April we launched our first photography challenges over on our Facebook page. The theme was SELECTIVE FOCUS and we had some absolutely stunning entries that made the most of beautiful bokeh, sharp focus and large apertures.
Thanks to everyone who entered the April competition with the theme Light & Shade! Moving right along…the May Google+ competition theme will be Close Up. So, get your macro lens out or get down on the ground and up, close & personal with your subject!
The April Google+ competition theme is Light and Shade! You can interpret this and use light and shade however you wish – from golden light and shadows cast from a setting sun, an abstract pattern or a beautiful portrait. Use your imagination to show us your best 3 images that sum up what this theme means to you.
Black and White is a format that has long been celebrated in the world of photography. As there is no colour involved and only light and dark tones to work with, capturing an atmospheric photo somehow seems simpler, with less clutter and distraction for the viewer.