By Haddenham Webteam - 6th April 2021 11:00am
Haddenham and District Rotary is hosting a Young Photographer Competition once again this year, with support from Paul Wilkinson Photography.
The popular Prize Competition will be organised in Three Age Groups:
* 7-10 years
* 11-14 years
* 15-18 years
The total value of Prizes is £400
The Subject for 2021 is 'Still Life'
Take a look around. Flowers in pots, a flower in a cup, a flower head; a pretty jug, a shiny saucepan; fruit in a pile, fruit in a basket; a tree, a shrub, a garden fork ... the opportunities are limitless!
When creating their image, a photographer can often have full control over lighting, and good lighting that cleverly illuminates a good composition is the difference between a good photograph, and a great still life photograph.
Still life photos reflect the creativity and style of the photographers themselves. Endless possibilities which may seem impossible to choose from or imagine, but definitely worth a try. Maybe searching on-line for 'still life photographs' will give you some more ideas, techniques and guidance to achieve that winning entry
Entries using a printed photograph may be submitted by post and Digital entries may be submitted via the Haddenham Rotary website
Entry is free and Further Details, the Rules of the Competition, Entry Form and How to Submit Entries, are available on the Haddenham Rotary website
The deadline for Submission 31st July 2021
For an Entry Form by POSTContact Competition Organiser:
Telephone 07810 482 475
All enquiries please contact the Competition Organiser email@example.com
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