Lockdown Through a Lens
We may all be stuck indoors due to the lockdown, but there’s no reason why we can’t still get creative with our cameras and smarthphones. There are plenty of flowers and lots of wildlife in our gardens, so why not take advantage of the sunny weather and look for beauty in places where we don’t normally look. Or perhaps you could look indoors for interesting shapes and textures or perhaps capture moments that represent how the lockdown has affected you.
The Billingshurst & District Friends of Rotary Club are running a ‘Lockdown’ photography competition that will run until the end of May. The winners and two runners up in each photo category will receive a canvas print of their photo. The winning video will be displayed on our website.
- Photo – Primary school: Year 6 and under
- Photo – Secondary school: Year 7 – Year 11
- Photo – Adults: Year 12 and above (or 17 years old and older)
- Video: All ages
Who can enter: Anyone who’s postcode begins with RH14
Where can the photos be taken: Anywhere within your home or garden
How many photos can I submit: Each person can enter up to three photos
End Date: Photos must be taken between Wednesday 22nd April and Sunday 31st May
Judges: The winners will be decided by the Billingshurst & District Rotary Club members.
How do I submit my entry?
Email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your name and your age and confirm that you are happy for your name to be displayed on our website and social media.
Under 18’s: You must ask your parents or guardians to submit your entry and give us permission to display your name and age on our website and social media.
Photographs which incorporate images of people under 18 years old must be accompanied by written permission from the parent, guardian, or carer.
By submitting photos, you are giving us permission to use them on our website and on social media for the use of this photographic competition.