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Deadline: Jun 07, 2017
Winner is: Judged & Voted
Entry: Free Entry

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Weather Photographer of the Year 2017

Weather Photographer of the Year 2017

Organised by The Royal Photographic Society and Royal Meteorological Society this competition is looking for the best images of weather and the impact of weather.

The RPS is here to help promote photography and support all photographers who want to develop their skills. We don’t mind whether you use the latest DSLR, a smartphone camera, or film. The Society is the world’s oldest photographic society in continuous existance since 1853 and is a registered charity and a membership organisation. We hold exhibitions of photography, competitions and we run workshops and courses covering many different aspects of photography. If you want recognition for your photography skills we offer a distinctions and qualifications programme. The Society also acts as a spokes-organisation for the media and is consulted by government and other organisations on matters such as copyright and photographers’ rights.

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Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: £500 cash plus one-year membership of The RPS and RMetS 17 years and above 1st runner up - £250 cash, plus a one year membership of The RPS 2nd runner up £200 cash 3rd runner up - £150 cash Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: The copyright and moral rights remain with the photographer. USAGE RIGHTS: By entering the competition entrants grant the Organisers a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free licence to use, reproduce, and publish for up to three years, images entered into the competition, for the purposes of:<br />
Publicising and promoting the competition<br />
the Organisers’ activities, including within their publications, website and social media channels.<br />
Selected entries may be used on a calendar produced by the Royal Meteorological Society<br />
Selected entries may be used in the Royal Meteorological Society publication The A to Z of Weather. The RMetS will contact photographers before images are included.

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