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Dates: 12/07/2017 - 30/09/2017
Leading independent UK ecology consultancy, Thomson Ecology, has launched its seventh photo competition with this year’s theme entitled "Our Natural World".
The competition is open to everyone of any age, and images can have been taken anywhere in the British Isles.
Gemma Balaam, Marketing manager at Thomson Ecology said: "'Our Natural World' has been chosen as this year’s theme because much of Thomson Ecology’s work as an ecology consultancy involves the restoration of habitats and the enhancement of sites for the benefit of wildlife, especially after development works have taken place. So, we invite you to send us photos which illustrate this – perhaps a striking landscape – or an animal or bird in a natural setting."
The prizes are:
£200 for the winner and, the winning image may be published in our marketing material, for which the winning photographer will be paid a fee of £20 for each different use that may be made of the image.
£50 each for three runners-up.
Once the winner has been chosen, we will issue a press release with the winning image, which could be picked up by any journal or newspaper.
Participation in this competition is free. Images will be judged by a panel of three, and the images will be judged on originality, technical ability, composition, overall impact and artistic merit.
How to enter:
A maximum of two entries per person.
Email your entries to email@example.com
Photos must be at least 1Mb in size in JPEG format.
Name each file as follows: first-name-last-name-image title.jpg
State on the entry email: a caption and brief description, including any species names; your name, address, telephone number; the date of the photograph and where you took it.
The closing date is Friday 30th September 2017. For competition rules, and full terms and conditions please visit http://www.thomsonecology.com/thomson-ecology-photography-competition-2017