Back by Popular demand!
Following the success of our Photography classes last year, we have improved and further expanded the categories available for 2020 in our Amateur Photography Competition.
With the New Year underway, now is the perfect time to set yourself some new photography challenges and push your creative imagination in our Fun, Free Photography Competition! We’ve chosen a broad range of categories from nature, urban environment, animals, aquatics and sports to suit photographers of any level.
Need some tips? check out this article from “Photography Life.“
Q & A
Nope, whether you’re new to snapping or an enthusiast you can join in on the fun. There is no minimum or maximum age either, so Children can take part too!
No, there’s no special equipment needed – any digital or film camera will work. In fact, any Smart Phone equipped with a reasonable camera will be sufficient.
Simply complete the registration form here to let us know which classes you’d like to enter (ideally the Wednesday before each competition).
You’ll need to print out your photos (ideally on photo paper) to a maximum size of 5×7 inches.
On the day of the competition, bring your photos along to River Village Hall, where our friendly team will be on hand to assist you in setting out your photos in the correct area.
No, the competition is completely FREE to enter to all exhibitors.
However, light refreshments are available at the venue at reasonable cost.
You can enter a maximum of ONE photo per category there is no maximum on the number of categories you enter. Each Competition has six different categories.
Yes! We have a page dedicated to First-Time exhibitors here.
Competitions and classes
We run three competitions throughout the year (see our Events page for more info) – Spring, Summer and Autumn. Everyone is welcome to enter any or all of the competitions (Shows) throughout the year.
At each Show, exhibits will be judged against all other exhibits in each category with a 1st (3 Points), 2nd (2 Points) and 3rd prize (1 Point) being awarded in each class. The Judge is independent and a local photography expert. Points are accumulated across classes and competitions for each exhibitor. At the end of year (Autumn Show) the exhibitor with the highest number of points wins the “Grigg Cup.”
Spring Show Classes
Takes place on: Saturday 04 April 2020
8) “Scene in the Local Area
9)”New Life in Spring”
10) “A Seascape”
11) A Local Landmark
12) “Sporting Life”
Summer Show Classes
Takes Place on: Saturday 04 July 2020
7) A Close up of a Rose
8) A Monochrome Photo
9) A Photo Depicting Summer
10) River Through the Lens
11) Photo of Cliffs
12) A Setting Sun
71) A Pub Sign
Summer Show Classes
Takes Place on: Saturday 19 September 2020
7) A Close up of an Everyday object
8) A Woodland Scene
9) An Autumn Day
10) Halloween Theme Photo
11) A Dramatic Sky
12) A close up of a Spiders Web
One Reply to “Photography Competition 2020”
What does class mean on the entry form please?