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Deadline: Friday 6th August 2010
Entry Fee: Free


Amateur Photographer of the Year Competition

Plantlife photo competition 2010

Plantlife_positive_7496_RGB_low.jpg (97 KB)Have you ever fancied yourself as a budding David Bailey? Or a Lord Lichfield of the lichen world?Well, this is your chance to have your work seen by a wider audience. We’re looking for 12 photographs to represent each month in our 2011 calendar.

This year’s theme: A Place for Plants

‘A place for plants’ is the theme for the third annual Plantlife photo competition. Exquisite, wildly varied and often surprising, wild plants and fungi are the essential fabric of our countryside upon which all other wildlife depends. We’re looking for images that represent this – not just close-ups but pictures showing their place in the wider environment.

Maybe you have a photo of a single bloom against a wild backdrop, or animals interacting with our native flora?

Please bear in mind that, as the charity speaking up for wild plants, we will only shortlist photos of native wildflowers. Any images of non-native or horticultural species will be regretfully rejected.

Amateur Photographer of the Year Competition

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: Twelve winning images will again be selected to represent a different month in the 2011 Plantlife calendar so keep the seasons in mind! Out of these, one will be declared ‘best-in-show’ and the photographer will receive a free 20 x 16 inch Lambda print of their winning photo, donated by Salisbury Photo Centre. ELIGIBILITY: Amateur photographers / UK Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: By entering the competition, entrants grant the right for Plantlife and another publisher to publish and exhibit short listed images in Plantlife magazine, and any other media as they think fit, free of charge. Entrants will also be deemed to have consented to short listed images being used for the Plantlife 2011 calendar, or other printed matter, to be sold in aid of the Plantlife’s conservation work. No fee will be payable for this use. Entrants agree to take part in post-competition publicity as required.

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