Dorset Magazine’s photography competition celebrates our beautiful county
PUBLISHED: 14:21 10 October 2013 | UPDATED: 16:38 07 November 2013
Dorset Magazine’s latest photography competition will culminate in an exhibition and calendar that shows what Beautiful Dorset means to you
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED TO ENTRIES BUT PLEASE CONTINUE TO POST YOUR BEAUTIFUL DORSET PHOTOGRAPHY
GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED! WATCH THIS SPACE...
We know from all the fabulous photos that you upload to our website that Dorset Magazine readers love taking pictures of our beautiful county. Now we are asking you to pick your very best images and enter them into this exciting new photographic competition where the top 13 shots will feature in our brand new Dorset Magazine Calendar. The overall winner will be feature on the cover of the calendar and the 12 other winners will feature inside. All the winning images will be shown at an exhibition at Moors Valley Country Park over the Christmas holidays and through to mid January.
Meet the Judge
Joining the Dorset Magazine team to judge the competition will be Adam Scorey, who oversees our sister titles Photography Monthly, Professional Photographer and Turning Pro magazines. Adam has been connected with photography for the last 20 years during which time he has been a picture editor, BBC TV photographer and newspaper ‘snapper’ before taking on the role as editor of these three photographic titles.
The overall winner of our photography competition will feature on the cover of the Dorset Magazine 2014 Calendar, and have pride of place at our exhibition be held at Moors Valley Country Park in Ashley Heath, from December to mid-January. They will also win a subscription to Photography Monthly. The 12 months of the year will be filled by the runners-up who will also feature at the exhibition. Good luck!
How to Enter
You can enter your photos via our website dorsetmagazine.co.uk/photos where you can upload your images or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The original image should be in JPEG or TIFF format and be 300dpi for a standard postcard sized image (9cm x 14cm).
CLOSING DATE: Thursday October 31, 2013