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Deadline: May 31, 2014
Winner is: Judged
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The Julian Gardner Awards

The Julian Gardner Awards

The The Julian Gardner Awards was launched in memory of Julian Gardner, a Sussex farmer and lifelong supporter of the Trust, who was tragically killed while defending his property in October 2010. The GWCT is looking for entries for next year’s awards. The competition is open to all amateur photographers, not just our members, and is related to our research and advisory work – taking in all aspects of the UK countryside, including the people who live and work there, game, wildlife, all the various habitats and of course landscape.

There are two categories:

Adult section

16 and under section

The images will be judged by world-renowned professional photographer Laurie Campbell, Peter Thompson (GWCT Biodiversity Advisor) and Louise Shervington (GWCT Publications Editor).

All photographs will be judged on the following criteria: a) Composition, b) Originality, c) Technical ability.

Amateur Photographer of the Year Competition

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: Adult section – The winner will be awarded the GWCT Julian Gardner trophy – a sculpture of a hare

16 and under section – The winner will be awarded the GWCT Julian Gardner junior trophy – a sculpture of a leveret

The top three winning photos from each section will be printed in our membership magazine Gamewise and featured on our website. ELIGIBILITY: UK / Amateur photographers

Only digital entries supplied as high-quality JPEGs (a minimum size of 1MB, maximum 6MB) by email will be considered Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: No Copyright Policy USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting your images, you agree that the GWCT may use them in the future, free of charge, only in connection with this competition (not for general use)

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