Harman technology has announced 'Pride and Prejudice', a 2013 UK student photographic competition.
The theme of this year’s competition is 'Pride & Prejudice' (A reflection on the world today) and it is open to students of any age who are undertaking a full or part-time course at a UK based school, college, or university.
Judges will be looking for images that as well as being technically excellent, provoke an emotional response and show an understanding of the brief.
As in previous years there will be two categories and students will be free to enter as many prints as they wish in one, or both categories.
Category 1 is for photographs from conventional Ilford or Kentmere black and white film and printed by the student on either Ilford or Kentmere traditional black and white darkroom papers. Category 2 is for inkjet prints from digital capture printed on Harman Crystaljet Elite RC inkjet paper.
In each category there will be prizes for the winner and a runner up. The winner's prize will consist of:
A certificate and title of either Harman technology Student Photographer of the year 2013 (digital) or Ilford Photo Student Photographer of the year 2013 (darkroom).
Winning image, professionally printed and framed
£150 worth of product from the Harman Express website
The runner up in each category will receive £100 of product from the Harman Express website
Additionally, the college that submits the highest total number of eligible prints will receive £250 of product from Harman Express.
The competition closes on 31 January 2014. Full details of the competition including 'The Brief', Terms and Conditions, and Entry Forms, as well as posters, can be downloaded from the Harman Technology website