Competition – Mix & Match with guest judge (TBC)
Final meeting of the season, and Christmas social
Steve Brooks Memorial Competition.
Select three of your own images (your choice, no set subject) to enter. Images must not include a watermark or other personally identifiable information.
This is a projected image knock out competition with an external judge.
West Sussex County Council – Beautiful Outdoors Competition. Win with your best West Sussex-themed photo! Competition closes on Saturday 9th September 2017.
Click here to visit the official website for more information.
National Trust photograhic competition – “Could your photograph be the 2018 National Trust Handbook cover?” Closing date 23:59BST on 3rd September 2017.
Capture a midsummer morning’s walk at a National Trust place and your photo could become the National Trust 2018 members’ Handbook cover or member card design – inspiring people to step out and find their own special moments to share in nature. Plus the two lucky winners will receive a state-of-the-art Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5m camera.
Click here to visit the National Trust website for more information on how to enter.
South Downs ‘Building the Landscape’ photo competition, closing date midday on Tuesday 11th October 2016.
The South Downs’ landscapes have been shaped by people over thousands of years. We see their stories today in the traces of iron-age forts, remains of Roman palaces, Saxon churches, medieval villages, Norman castles, Elizabethan manors, Georgian mansions, Victorian houses, 20th century war defences all the way to modern homes.
For our 2016-17 photo competition we’re challenging professional and amateur photographer to capture the stories of building and construction throughout this rich history across the South Downs.
Impress our judges with your innovative and creative pictures showing these stories within the National Park’s landscapes and you could win a first prize of £250, second prize of £150 or third prize of £50.
Click here to visit the official South Downs National Park Authority website for more information on how to enter.
Shoreham RiverFest 2016 Photographic Competition in conjunction with PrintBlox and Shoreham Gallery.
Shoreham RiverFest is running a photographic competition for everyone in the local community to take part in. We are looking for photographic images that best capture Shoreham by Sea and the
River Adur in all or any of its moods.
The 3 categories are:
1. River Adur
2. Shoreham people having fun
3. Activity on the river
Whether it is boats stranded on the mud, paddle boarders on the move, views of the river through the early morning mist or just simply beautiful Shoreham by Sea and the wonderful community that inspires you, get out your camera, tablet or smartphone and submit the images that you think best express the feeling of life in the town and by the river.
The competition is open to 2 age groups – Adults and Under 16s.
Please email email@example.com with your photograph and application form.
You may submit an entry for each category or just one. Please fill in a new application for for every entry. All application forms need to be filled in and signed.
Under 16’s are encouraged to take pictures on their phones or tablets or perhaps their first camera – we want the whole family to take part.
Closing date for entries will be 5 pm on Wednesday 10 Aug 2016. The shortlisted pictures will be selected by 18th August and then mounted by PrintBlox (https://www.facebook.com/PrintBlox) ready to be hung in Shoreham Gallery (http://www.shorehamgallery.co.uk/) on Saturday 27th August 2016 for a free exhibition open to everyone.
The judges are Tina Carter and Andy Uren (Day 1), Lucinda McLean, Richard Wolfstrome and Scott Wright.
The 3 prize-winning photographs in each category will be mounted onto wood by PrintBlox and displayed in a free public exhibition at Shoreham Gallery over the August Bank Holiday weekend. All winners in each category will receive the mounted copy of their photograph plus a certificate and will have their entries posted onto social media sites and local media publications.
Please note – ideally images need to be no less than 300dpi or 2480 x 3058 pixels (8.9 megapixels) or a high enough resolution to ensure the final prints will be good enough quality to enlarge to 10 x 8.
GWCT/Julian Gardner Photographic Competition – closes at midnight on Saturday 31st May 2014. For full competition details, click here to visit the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) website.
Environmental Photographer of the Year 2014 – closes at 1700BST on Monday 31st March 2014. For more information, click here to visit the official website.
RSPB South Downs Photography Competition – closing date Friday 28th February 2014.
Competition categories are:
Families enjoying the South Downs
You can enter a maximum of three photos, but these can be in any category.
The winner of each category will receive an unframed print of their work. The winning photos and runners up will be exhibited at the RSPB’s Pulborough Brooks nature reserve.
Click here to visit the RSPB website for more information, including competition Terms and Conditions, and how to enter.
Lighthouse Photography Competition, run by Trinity House, for their 2015 calendar. Closing date is Friday 28th February 2014. More details, including the rules, prizes, and a submission form, can be found by clicking here to visit the Trinity House website.