Capture the essence of London’s Waterways. Thames21 2013 annual photography competition opens for entries, in association with the National Maritime Museum. Judged by leading landscape photographer Charlie Waite
Londoners are being called on to take inspiration from renowned photographer and conservationist Ansel Adams to capture the essence of their local waterway. Environmental charity Thames21 is looking for the best images of the capital’s rivers and canals in its annual photography competition. This year, the charity is teaming up with the National Maritime Museum to complement its celebrated exhibition: Ansel Adams Photography: From the Mountains to the Sea, which runs until April 28th.
Contest Prize & TERMS
2nd prize: £100 Cash and Studio Photography Tuition session from Aperture Photography
Under 18s prize: Ansel Adams-themed goodie bag
Winners displayed at National Maritime Museum
ELIGIBILITY: Open to residents of the UK and Republic of Ireland Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: No Copyright Policy
USAGE RIGHTS: Entrants agree to the use of his or her name, submitted photograph and the disclosure of county of residence, and to co-operate with any other reasonable requests by Thames21 relating to any post-competition publicity.