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Deadline: September 28, 2012
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EEF Photography Awards

logo-final-k-rgb1 The EEF Photography Awards are now open. Enter The EEF ‘Made in Britain’ photography awards for your chance to win a share of our £5000 to help you buy the very latest, high-end equipment.

There are three categories for entry in to this year’s EEF Photography Awards:

• Best photograph by a professional photographer

• Best photograph by an amateur photographer

• Best photograph by a 14-19 year old photographer

Your Challenge…

…is to take images of products, components and processes that are made/carried out in Britain through engaging and inspiring photography…

Your image may be anything from turbines to ceramic pots, steel rods to silicon chips – the theme is open to your interpretation as long your image contains a product, component or process that is made/carried in Britain.

Product or component

Nothing could be more representative of manufacturing itself than the quality and contribution of its output – both components and finished goods in all their detail and variety. Your image might be of a product or component invented, designed or made in the UK.

• Your image may capture the product or component in its full glory or in abstract form

• Your product may be captured standing proudly in its own right, in the environment within which it is manufactured or the environment or place within which it is used

• Your product or component must have been either invented, designed or made in the UK

Your product must be an article or substance that is manufactured or refined for sale or a thing (but not a person) that is the result of an action or process. Your component must be a part or element of a larger product or a product that is destined to be so.

Processes

Show us what best represents today’s dynamic and modern manufacturing environment – the processes which display the transformational characteristics of modern British manufacturing and/or its lifecycle– from input to output, handicraft to high-tech production; at the macro scale of aircraft product or the micro scale of nanotechnology, prototype to mass production.

Whether it’s the intricacy or precision, the momentum or speed, or the scale – large or small – of the process you choose, your image will capture the ingenuity of modern British manufacturing at its best.

Your process must involve a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end.

Your image will be recognised in the UK and around the world!

Last year’s competition winners have gained UK-wide exposure, featuring on the front cover of magazines, online and in local press across England, Scotland and Wales. Enter now to win the chance for your photos to be recognised by the rest of the UK and the world… find out more about our competition.

The EEF Photography Awards are proudly supported by these leading partners: Canon, The ‘Make it in Great Britain’ Campaign, The ‘Made by Britain’ Campaign, BIS, The Era Foundation, The Manufacturer, The Times,  The Guild of Photographers and The Digital Asset Lab

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Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: - Win a share of our £5000 prize fund

- You and (your business) will get high-profile media exposure – a showcase of the best images will be used in our print media and public relations activity ELIGIBILITY: UK / 14+ Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: Where necessary, entrants must have permission from the client and photographer to submit the work. The entrant shall be deemed to warrant that they own the entire copyright in the work. No copyright is transferred in respect of any images entered. USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting an image, you agree that, in the event that you are a Winner, Runner Up or Highly Commended in any category of the EEF Photography Awards, EEF Ltd. and any of its partners can display, distribute, publish and alter any of the images in their activities to promote and support UK manufacturing for a period of five years.

Successful entries will be reproduced and may be used in various activities in connection with the EEF Photography Awards, which may include the internet, other electronic media, publications or events. By entering the EEF Photography Awards, entrants agree to their photographs being used for publicity purposes.

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