This competition is now closed
month's competition concentrates on the human face. We encourage entrants to
submit images which show expression: happiness, sadness, fear, anger, seduction,
Remember that good lighting is essential to bring out the beauty of the subject and also placement of the head is also vital in creating a memorable image, these include: Full Face, 2/3 Face and Profile.
Photofinishing and postproduction are also essential and those extra moments spent putting in the finishing touch can pay dividends.
- Free to enter for all photographers including non members
- A maximum of three images per entrant are welcome
- The work must be that of the entrant
- No entry will be eligible that has been made under the supervision of an instructor or as a class assignment
- Images submitted must be no larger than 2000 pixels wide
- All entrants must be able to supply a high resolution image (300dpi)
- Copyright of the images remains with the photographer - The Societies recognises that the entrant, the author of the photograph, retains complete and full ownership of the copyright in each submission
- Entries can be used for publicity purposes only by The Societies and may be printed in our magazine Professional Imagemaker
- Competition Closed
- The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- One year Free Membership of any of our Societies - which includes: entry to all of our membership only competitions - unrestricted access to our members photography forum – listing on our directory - image mentoring - qualifications and distinctions through submission of images - the winner will also receive our magazine Professional Imagemaker for 12 months
No cash alternatives will be given
See winning images HERE
See entries HERE
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