Our winner for the "Close up" competition is Fraser Sanderson from Newcastle.
Fraser took his shot whilst on holiday in an Italian church using only the light from a candle. He hand held his camera using a shutter speed of only 1/15th sec, well done Fraser it's a super shot.
Watch this space for our next competition details.
Enter our latest Photo Competition for your chance to win a prize for sharing in our passion for photography. Each competition has a different theme, all you need to do is to take an original and inspiring photo that fits the theme, then enter it! The more creative the better!
Please note you can only enter one image into this competition, and you must be a student of the Magical Photo Course to enter the competition.
The winning photograph will be displayed on our website and the winning photographer will receive a winners certificate and a voucher worth £50.00* to be used for any photographic equipment of your choice.
Images should be no larger than 500KB for the initial entry. Images should be saved in a JPEG file format. All images must be saved in the RGB colour space.
All entrants must be able to supply a high resolution image suitable for printing in exhibitions and marketing materials should the image be required.
Can images taken on camera phones be entered into the competition?
Yes they can. These images should still be no larger than 500KB in order to enter them, and a higher resolution version may still be required if you are to reach the final 3 in the competition.
Can I submit my images on a CD, URL Link or in a book ?
NO. All images must be submitted by email.
How much does it cost to enter the competition ?
The competition is FREE to enter.
Your selected image needs to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and the following information supplied in your email.
By entering the competition you agree that you have read and agree to the rules as stated in the terms & conditions on the magical photo course website.
* The voucher will be for a maximum value of £50.00 and only to be used for the purchase of photographic equipment from a vendor selected by the competition judges.