Bernard Hall, Cuddington
Waddesdon Community Centre HP18 0LX
Church End Green
By Alan Dichler - 27th June 2022 3:30pm
Haddenham Rotary Young Photographer of the Year Competition
Haddenham and District Rotary has launched another of its popular Young Photographer competitions
The theme this year is 'Water'
And the same subject will apply for all age groups
Water everywhere and in many forms, with many effects — a drip, a flow, a river, lake or sea. Ripples and waves
Hot and cold. Distortion, reflection, corrosion, and erosion. Colours, mixtures, layers.
Endless possibilities to imagine and try
We invite keen young photographers to join our exciting and increasingly popular annual competition and we are fortunate and grateful that Paul Wilkinson will be lead judge and present the prizes again in 2022
Total value of Prizes is £400 and entries are accepted in Three Age Groups:
- Age 6 to 10
- Age 11 to 14
- Age 15 to 18*
* This will be your age on 31 August 2022
We encourage creative interpretation of the subject but note, we are interested in photographic technique not just post processing prowess
Maybe searching on-line for 'Water & Photographs' will give you some more ideas, techniques, and guidance to achieve that winning entry
Details, Rules of the Competition and How To Enter, are available here
You may enter at any time up to midnight on 31st August 2022
Will you create that winning entry?
Good Luck to all our participants!
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