Is your photography prize-worthy?

Your photography is good, but is it award-winning? Your friends like it, your customers and clients keep coming back, but wouldn’t it be nice to get some recognition among your peers?  If you think you’ve got what it takes, put your skills to the test with our Photographic Reflections Competition. Win, and you could find yourself enjoying professional coaching at the London School of Photography and a £500 Gift Certificate to spend on more photography kit.

We’re asking photographers across the UK to produce a photograph around the theme ‘reflections’— this can be absolutely anything, the interpretation is up to you! If you’re in it to win it, just follow these three easy steps and put your photography skills to the test:

1. Capture a shot

The theme is ‘reflections’, anything from literal to metaphorical, it’s all up to your artistic interpretation. You can use whatever inspires you; it’s all about personal, creative responses.

2. Upload it to our Facebook page

Once you’ve taken your shot, just upload it to our Facebook page and start sharing with friends, family, colleagues and anyone you think will dig your work.

3. Get votes! 

You’ll need to share your photograph as much as possible to get those votes rolling in.

The ten photographs with the most ‘likes’ will go through to our distinguished judging panel, who will pick a winner.

Michael Pritchard director general of the Royal Photographic Society
An expert in photography and photographic history, Michael Pritchard was appointed director general of the Royal Photographic Society in September 2011, and continues to represent photographers across the UK as part of this Royal Charter founded educational charity.

Adam Scorey, editor of Photography Monthly magazine
Adam Scorey has spent the past nine years writing for magazines, following ten years working as a professional photographer for TV (BBC) and for newspapers. He switched to writing as it had always been a passion of his and started out as a junior editor on one of the magazines he now manages. His magazines cater for those across the spectrum of photographic ability, from the keen hobbyist through to the working professional, in all photographic genres.

Nick Green founder of
Nick Green started out in sales at The Daily Telegraph, Teletext and before founding in 2011.  He now heads up a team of over 250 employees, spread across Newcastle and London in an award-winning company that continues to grow daily.

A Getty Images art director
Getty Images is among the world’s leading creators and distributors of award-winning still imagery, video, music and multimedia products, as well as other forms of premium digital content, available through its trusted house of brands.

It won’t be all bad if you don’t win that coveted top spot; the runners up will each be treated to a framed, finished print of their shot and a year’s subscription to Photography Monthly magazine.

Dates for your diary
The competition opens on Monday 1st September, you’ll have until Friday 26th September to take and upload your prize shot before the competition closes. Remember— the earlier you get your entries in, the more ‘like’s you can get. The winner will be announced on Friday 3rd October.

If you fancy your chances, head over to the competition page and upload your winning shot now!



Alex Wilkie
02 Sep 2014 11:45
I may give it a try if I get my creative juices flowing
08 Sep 2014 00:56
Have passed on to my very talented photographer friends.

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