Are you a budding photographer? Then we have the perfect competition! The Enchanted Forest Photo Contest. We are looking for your photographic interpretations of The Enchanted Forest and we have a whole host of prizes in store for the winner. Applicants can submit a maximum of TWO digital images for judging.
Our Judging Panel
Anna Henly – Award Winner, BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Anna Henly has won one of the most prestigious awards in wildlife photography in the world and has an eye that captures perfect moments. An expert in contrasting the power of man-made industry with the fragility of the natural world which makes her the perfect judge for this competition.
Derek Allan, Creative Director of The Enchanted Forest.
Derek Allan is the creative vision behind the operation when it comes to lighting, sound and all things magical in the woodland. He will be looking for a photograph which really captures The Enchanted Forest and makes it stand out from the rest.
Mike Strachan, Forestry Commission Scotland
During the first 8 years Mike was heavily involved as part of the steering group with The Enchanted Forest and during that time took particular interest in the photos and videos produced. As a result of this, Mike knows just how difficult it is to capture the spirit of the show and is looking forward to seeing all of this year’s entries.
Contest Prize & TERMS
The Runner Up: £50 of Cameraworld Vouchers and Family Ticket to the Exclusive Preview Night for The Enchanted Forest 2014
ELIGIBILITY: Open to UK
Submit images in Hi Resolution (ideally 300dpi) suitable for printing Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: By submitting your images, you are agreeing that the images are yours and therefore do not infringe any existing copyright or licence of any third party
USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting your images, you agree that your images may be used, reproduced or published in print or online for any marketing purpose deemed appropriate by the organisers of The Enchanted Forest
You agree that your images may be reproduced for the purposes of public display in the Big Tree Roots Exhibition in Perth Museum & Art Gallery