Incorporating Wolverhampton Camera Club
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2018
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed or digital form without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
Wolverhampton Photographic Society & Rotary Club of Tettenhall Wolverhampton Young Photographer Enter the Competition Soon it’ll be time to enter your photographs into Wolverhampton Young Photographer 2018 This section of the competition web site gives you all the information you need to enter the competition so maybe you’ll win one of the prizes or even become Wolverhampton Young Photographer 2018. Before entering a photograph into a competition category check your entry: is a JPEG image named using either the .jpg or .jpeg file extension has a file size of less than 2.5Mb In the unlikely event your image size is greater than the 2.5Mb limit you can reduce it by re-saving it using a slightly lower setting for the JPEG quality or use software to reduce its size. Of course, the highest quality is always best if possible. The Competition Categories - which ones can you choose? If you are aged 15 to 18 on 31st December 2018 you can submit up to three entries into any of the four categories Creative, Open, Portrait or Urban Landscape. If you are aged 14 and under on the 31st December 2018 there is special section for you where you can enter your three best photographs. Competition Rules and Guidelines Before you enter please make sure you read and understand the rules relating to your entries: you can read these here or download them using the links on the left side of this page. There’s quite a bit to read through and some of it seems a bit fussy and official, but the rules need to be there to make sure everyone has a fair chance and that your entries are judged equally against others. If you’re not sure about something or don’t understand what’s being said you can ask an older family member or a teacher at school. We’re sure they’ll be happy to help out. One thing that’s really important if you’re under 18 is to make sure you have permission to enter. We also need a contact email address to be able to inform you about how the competition is going, send you confirmation of your entries and invite you to the awards ceremony if your photograph is short-listed. If you need help with this ask a parent, guardian or teacher. Read through the different categories and decide which ones you’re going to enter, then make a note of the entry code shown on this page … you’ll need it to submit your entries.
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Wolverhampton Young Photographer Competition Rules
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Wolverhampton Young Photographer Entry Guidelines
Entries Accepted from 5th Nov 2018 Closing Date 21st Dec 2018
Open You decide the style and content of the photograph you choose to submit. Examples could be landscape, nature/wildlife, patterns, perspective, reflections, people, weather or, in fact, anything which you find of interest. Of course, if your photograph fits into one of the other categories it would be best to choose that instead. Click arrow to enter the Portrait section
Creative Let your imagination run wild with this one. It must be a photograph you have taken, or based on one or more of your photographs, but artwork or illustrations are not allowed. You can be as different or imaginative as you feel you want to be and we’re giving no examples to help you. Let your mind wander … be creative! Click the arrow to enter the Creative section
Portrait Get out there and photograph people be it individuals or groups, but make sure your subjects have given permission to use their photograph. Portraits don’t have to be of people of course, but if you choose to photograph animals or pets leave the silly ones for the social media platforms. Look for something different and make a statement. Click arrow to enter the Portrait section
Reflection There’s plenty to go for here which might involve water, mirrors, glass or anything which gets the result you’re looking for, but put some thought into this one because there’s a few more opportunities than you might think. Take time to reflect on how you interpret this category. What are you waiting for? Click the arrow to enter the Urban Landscape section
Age 14 and Under If you are 14 or under on 31st December this section is for you. Just like the Open section in the 15 to 18 section, you decide the content and style of your photograph so anything goes. You can enter whatever inspires you including anything that would fit the other categories … anything that catches your eye really. Just give us your best shot! Click the arrow to enter the 14 and Under section
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Wolverhampton Young Photographer Competition
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The Entry Code is
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Incorporating Wolverhampton Camera Club
Copyright © Wolverhampton Photographic Society 2018
Supported by the National Lottery
No image or design on this site may be copied or used in printed form or digitally without permission and all photographs remain the property and copyright of the original photographer.
PDF Download
Wolverhampton Young Photographer Competition Rules
PDF Download
Wolverhampton Young Photographer Entry Guidelines
Entries Accepted from 5th Nov 2018 Closing Date 21st Dec 2018
Wolverhampton Photographic Society & Rotary Club of Tettenhall Wolverhampton Young Photographer Enter the Competition Soon it’ll be time to enter your photographs into Wolverhampton Young Photographer 2018 This section of the competition web site gives you all the information you need to enter the competition so maybe you’ll win one of the prizes or even become Wolverhampton Young Photographer 2018. Before entering a photograph into a competition category check your entry: is a JPEG image named using either the .jpg or .jpeg file extension has a file size of less than 2.5Mb In the unlikely event your image size is greater than the 2.5Mb limit you can reduce it by re-saving it using a slightly lower setting for the JPEG quality or use software to reduce its size. Of course, the highest quality is always best if possible. The Competition Categories - which ones can you choose? If you are aged 15 to 18 on 31st December 2018 you can submit up to three entries into any of the four categories Creative, Open, Portrait or Urban Landscape. If you are aged 14 and under on the 31st December 2018 there is special section for you where you can enter your three best photographs. Competition Rules and Guidelines Before you enter please make sure you read and understand the rules relating to your entries: you can read these here or download them using the links on the left side of this page. There’s quite a bit to read through and some of it seems a bit fussy and official, but the rules need to be there to make sure everyone has a fair chance and that your entries are judged equally against others. If you’re not sure about something or don’t understand what’s being said you can ask an older family member or a teacher at school. We’re sure they’ll be happy to help out. One thing that’s really important if you’re under 18 is to make sure you have permission to enter. We also need a contact email address to be able to inform you about how the competition is going, send you confirmation of your entries and invite you to the awards ceremony if your photograph is short-listed. If you need help with this ask a parent, guardian or teacher. Read through the different categories and decide which ones you’re going to enter, then make a note of the entry code shown on this page … you’ll need it to submit your entries.
Creative Let your imagination run wild with this one. It must be a photograph you have taken, or based on one or more of your photographs, but artwork or illustrations are not allowed. You can be as different or imaginative as you feel you want to be and we’re giving no examples to help you. Let your mind wander … be creative! Click the arrow to enter the Creative section
Portrait Get out there and photograph people be it individuals or groups, but make sure your subjects have given permission to use their photograph. Portraits don’t have to be of people of course, but if you choose to photograph animals or pets leave the silly ones for the social media platforms. Look for something different and make a statement. Click arrow to enter the Portrait section
Reflection There’s plenty to go for here which might involve water, mirrors, glass or anything which gets the result you’re looking for, but put some thought into this one because there’s a few more opportunities than you might think. Take time to reflect on how you interpret this category. What are you waiting for? Click the arrow to enter the Urban Landscape section
The Entry Code is
WYP photo entry od wire wool on fire
enterwyp18
The Entry Code is
Age 14 and Under If you are 14 or under on 31st December this section is for you. Just like the Open section in the 15 to 18 section, you decide the content and style of your photograph so anything goes. You can enter whatever inspires you including anything that would fit the other categories … anything that catches your eye really. Just give us your best shot! Click the arrow to enter the 14 and Under section
Open You decide the style and content of the photograph you choose to submit. Examples could be landscape, nature/wildlife, patterns, perspective, reflections, people, weather or, in fact, anything which you find of interest. Of course, if your photograph fits into one of the other categories it would be best to choose that instead. Click arrow to enter the Portrait section
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