Competition – September 2013

Urban Picnic Street Photography has already brought a great street photography competition to you this year. The number of submissions, and overall excitement about the competition was great. This month you have the opportunity to try again.

This one won’t be a cash prize… It’s even better! What could be better than money to a street photographer? A camera of course!

 

Prize

Panasonic G3 16MP Compact System Camera with 14-42mm Lens

& Lowepro Courier 70 Compact Case

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The wonderful guys over at Argos have been kind enough to donate a Panasonic G3 16MP Compact System Camera with 14-42mm Lens and Lowepro Courier 70 Compact Camcorder Case. Panasonic cameras and digital camera selection here.

 

To enter

Upload to the UPSP website as you do normally. The prize goes to the best photo submitted during September.

All images submitted for the month of September will be eligible for the prize, though we all know it’s the pride of winning that you’re all after really!

 

New UPSP Flickr group

Photos posted to our new Flickr Group are also eligible. You can join the UPSP Flickr group and submit photos here.

Urban Picnic will also be providing the winner of the prize with an opportunity to become a guest editor on the site for the month of November.

As with all of these things, there are a few T’s and C’s, and they can be seen below. But essentially, we are looking for all that wonderful work you have been creating over the Summer and waiting for the right competition just like this one to bring it out. We always want the best of the best here at UPSP, and this is no exception.

The usual high standards of selection will be applied to the images for the month. UPSP editors will choose from submitted photos and post to the ‘Street Photography’ section. Featured images will be chosen from this section. The winner will be announced in early October when we have deliberated and made the selection.

The editors for this month are Jamie Furlong, Matt Obrey, Rob Hill, Tristan Parker, Fabio Costa, Emilio Barillaro and Vasco Leão.

So get out there, get shooting, and bring us back something special. Upload you best shots as normal to enter the competition. We want the winner to earn this thing…

 

Terms and conditions.

By participating in this prize draw you are deemed to accept these terms and conditions.

Prize draw open to anyone over the age of 16. Draw is not open to employees of Argos or Urban Picnic, their families or anyone associated with this draw. Proof of eligibility must be provided on request.

The prize is Panasonic G3 16MP Compact System Camera with 14-42mm Lens and Lowepro Courier 70 Compact Camcorder Case, includes postage to winner.

Promotion runs from 1st of September to the 30th of September 2013 and all entries must be received by 11.59pm GMT on 30th of September.

Prize will be awarded based on a judging panels decision made up of all active editors on Urban Picnic Street Photographyfor September.

Prize will be awarded to the image that is deemed to represent the best Street Photograph of the month. Examples of high standard street photography can be viewed by looking through the finalists for the 2013 main Urban Picnic competition here.

The prize is not transferable and there is no cash alternative. The promoter’s decision is final in all matters and no correspondence will be entered into. The promoter reserves the right (a) to add to or waive any rules on reasonable notice (b) cancel or postpone the promotion at any stage in the event of circumstances beyond its reasonable control; or (c) in its reasonable discretion to substitute a prize of equal or greater value.

If a prize remains unclaimed after reasonable efforts have been made to contact the winner Urban Picnic Street Photography will be entitled to dispose of the prize as it sees fit without any liability to the winner for having done so.

Urban Picnic Street Photography reserves the right to alter, amend or foreclose the promotion without prior notice.

 

Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying "unmanipulated" scenes, with usually unaware subjects.

 

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