The Young Photographer Competition

About the Young Photographer Competition 2018-2019

 

This is a competition which allows Young People to express themselves through the medium of photography.

The theme for this years competition is

       ” Beauty of Nature”

The photographs must be taken digitally and may be in colour or black and white.

Entries should comprise a portfolio of 3 individual prints.
A Digital version of the District Winner’s photographs for each age group will be required to accompany the entry to the RIBI round of the competition.

The competition is for 3 age groups .

The three age groups are:

Junior                    7 to 10 years old

Intermediate         11 to 13 years old

Senior                   14 to 17 years old

on 31st  August 2018.

(More details on age groups are shown in the  District Youth Services handbook

For full details of the Young Photographer competition rules and entry form please Download info pack

Rotary Clubs will organise local competitions in time for the winning portfolios for each age group to be entered into the District competition. For details of your local Rotary club see the District 1070 home page.or in case of difficulty contact the District 1070 Young Photographer competition organiser Eoin Martyn 

Entries for the District 1070 round of the Young Photographer competition need to be with the Rotary District 1070 competition organiser Eoin Martyn ( RC Towcester) by Wednesday 29th March 2018

Prize giving for the District 1070 Young Photographer competition will be at the De Montfort University Leicester in June 2019

District Competition results 2018

Details of the results of the District 1070 Young Photographer competition 2017/2018 can be downloaded here

National winners 2018

YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER 2018 FOCUSES ON A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE

Anna Harry, Amelie Bolam and Lily Brook astounded the judges with their photographs, each securing first place in their categories in the 2018 Rotary Young Photography Competition.

The competition brought together talented individuals across the UK once again for the annual phenomenon.

Entrants were challenged to show off their talent by interpreting this year’s theme of “A Different Perspective” and create a three-piece portfolio.

Read all about the National winners and see their photographs here