EISA Maestro 2015 photo competition - Win up to 1,500 Euros - CLOSED
This competition is now closed
Win up to 1,500 Euros – EISA Maestro 2015 photo competition
How it works
ENTRY: A SET OF PICTURES MADE UP OF 5-8 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALL ENTRIES MUST BE IN DIGITAL FORMAT (FROM A DIGITAL CAMERA
OR SCANNED FILM ORIGINALS)
FIRST ROUND: NATIONAL DEADLINE – 15 MAY 2015* – UK RESIDENTS ONLY
Send a set of pictures of 5-8 images relating to the theme ‘Family’ to email@example.com, with the word ‘Family’ and your name as the subject heading, by Friday 15 May 2015. Images should be in JPEG format and no bigger than 800 pixels on the longest edge. Include your name, address and a contact number in the email. Images from the first-prize winner will go forward to the international round of the competition (see below). First, second and third-prize winners will be chosen by the editorial staff of Amateur Photographer. The results will be published in AP 13 June 2015.
All national Maestro winners will be published on Facebook at the end of June 2015 for the EISA People’s Choice competition.
FINAL ROUND: INTERNATIONAL
All first-prize winners from the 17 EISA countries will be brought in for the final international judging at the General Meeting of EISA at the end of June 2015. There will be 17 editors-in-chief as judges.
- 1st prize: €1,500 and EISA Photo Maestro 2015 trophy
- 2nd prize: €1,000 and EISA Photo Maestro 2015 trophy
- 3rd prize: €750 and EISA Photo Maestro 2015 trophy
All three winners will be published in the September or October issues of all 17 EISA photo magazines. All three winners will be invited to Berlin, Germany, for the official EISA Awards ceremony.
For further details, terms and conditions, visit www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/EISA2015
* NOTE: PHOTOGRAPHERS ENTERING THE UK NATIONAL ROUND OF THIS COMPETITION MUST BE UK RESIDENTS
- EISA Photography Maestro 2015
- Publication in 17 Photography Magazines in Europe
In 2014 Billy Currie from Scotland won the UK National round and then went on to win the International round. In 2012 Tony Cooper won the UK National round and went on to take third place. Take a look at the winning pictures in our gallery.