We are extending out Photography Competition until Friday, April 1st, as many people were asking for time to get photographs over the Easter break.
So you now have until Friday, April 1st to get your entries in!
It is that time of year again. We are delighted to announce that our annual Photography Competition starts today and we will accept entries from today up to March 24th.
This year we are looking for something a little different. We all are familiar with the classic images of Ireland, like this beautiful photograph from Katrin Brandmair:
Or this beautiful photograph from last year’s winner Priscilla:
But this year, we are looking for something different: Alternative Ireland. Send us your photographs that present an original perspective of Ireland.
Sure you can send us beautiful landscapes, but maybe there is something unusual or original about how you create your photograph.
To enter all you have to do is to email in three of the best photographs of an alternative view on Ireland you have taken in Ireland. You can send your entries to email@example.com. Make sure to write PHOTOGRAPH COMPETITION in the subject line of the email and to include all your contact information in the email. Also, please write some background information about your photographs, such as where you took it, why you like it and so on.
When sending your photographs, make sure to title the photograph file with your own name and location of image. We cannot accept entries that are not properly titled.
The competition will close on March 24 and the winners will be announced in the third week of April.
We have some great prizes for the winners. The winning photographer will win a three-week English language course in the month of August in our Summer School 2016. Second place will win a two-week English language course and the third place photographer will get a one-week course for free.
Check our Facebook page each week to see some examples of the photographs people are sending in.
We are really looking forward to seeing your photos!
You can read about the winning photograph from last year’s competition here.