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Oxfordshire Photography Competition 2015

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Theme: "The Colours of Oxfordshire"

Share your best photograph that captures Oxfordshire. This could be a shot that represents your community, what you love about being in Oxfordshire, your travels, adventures and experiences… be as creative and imaginative as you like within the brief. Entries must be taken within Oxfordshire.

There is a category for young photographer under 17 and for 18 and above.

Prizes:

  • First Prize
    • – A Limited Edition BANG & OLUFSEN Beolit 12 Radio worth £429
    • – Two tickets to Belmond Le Manor Cookery Experience worth £400
    • – Your photograph exhibited at the BANG & OLUFSEN shop in Summertown, Oxford for 1 year.
    • – Invitation for you and a friend to the Prize Presentation Evening at BANG & OLUFSEN shop in Summertown, Oxford
  • Second Prize
    • – A Blenheim Palace Photography course voucher with an overnight stay at The Courtyard Hotel near Woodstock worth £200
    • – Your photograph exhibited at the BANG & OLUFSEN shop in Summertown, Oxford at the Prize Presentation Evening
  • Third Prize
    • – £40 to spend at Ilustratemyname.com
    • – Your photograph exhibited at the BANG & OLUFSEN shop in Summertown, Oxford at the Prize Presentation Evening
  • First Prize for the Young Photographer Competition – An Apple iPod touch and a Photography Course at Studio8 worth over £200
  • Second Prize for the Young Photographer Competition – A Photography course at our Studio worth £55
  • Third Prize for the Young Photographer Competition – A Studio Photo shoot for you and your friends worth £25

Entrants can submit one photo. Online submission of digital photographs via Facebook

Image requirements: Images may be digitally enhanced as required. Entrants can enhance the picture to make it brighter, clearer etc, but not manipulate the content. Studio8 Ltd and the judges reserve the right to exclude any image they deem inappropriate or believe may have been excessively treated so as to alter its authenticity..

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