All the details for the 2017/18 Competition are given below. The theme for this year is "A Different Perspective". There has been increasing interest in this Competition across the District and it is open to a wide age range. Why not have a go !!!.

Young Photographer

 Theme "A Different Perspective"

Aims of the Competition

This competition aims to encourage young people to: 

  •                 Use digital or traditional methods of photography
  •                 express their ideas through the medium of photography

 Who can take part? 

Junior                7 to 10 years old

Intermediate      11 to  13 years old

Senior               14 to 17 years old.

on 31 August 2017.


RIBI have now issued the Information Pack and the Application Form in respect of the 2017/18 Young Photographer Competition and these two documents are posted below :-

Young Photographer Information Pack 2017-18


Young Photographer Application Form 2017-18

With the age qualifying date of 31st August 2017, it should be noted that some junior entrants may be 11, intermediate entrants may be 14 and some senior entrants may be 18 at the time of some or all the stage competitions i.e. a competitor may be 17 on 31st August but turns 18 on 1st September is allowed to enter. Competitors must include their date of birth on the application form.

Students should enter the competition via their local Rotary Club. Local Rotary Clubs can be found by using the club finder facility at the very top of the Rotary International in Britain and Ireland (RIBI) home web page. www.rotarygbi.org/ 

Each District is allowed to submit one entry per category into the National competition so in the event of multiple entries then there will be a District judging panel to determine who goes forward to the National.    

Submissions into the District Competition must be with me by 1st April 2018. 

This will allow time for the District judging prior to submission to the National Finals. 

John Shepley
2 Ox Hey Close
Lostock
Bolton BL6 4BQ

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