What an amazing selection of fine photos of SE16! We are delighted to have had such a fantastic range of photos submitted to the competition.
Between 1 October and 15 November, I Live in SE16 invited local photographers to submit up to three photos of the area to illustrate the theme of ‘The Hidden Treasures of SE16‘. We were privileged to have a great panel of local photographers who agreed to be competition judges and our thanks goes to Anthony Myatt, Wendy Nowak and Paul Bridge for their time, friendship and insight. The competition was also run by volunteer Suzie Bedo who kept calm whilst all around were panicking!
The winner is: Sarah Price for her photo of a finger signpost covered in snow.
The judges offered runner up to two submissions: Louis Proust for a sunrise over Greenland Dock and Anna Kroeber for her Beach Rotherhithe
Congratulations to all three of our winners! We are delighted to have been able to find such a wide range of talent amongst our local photographers and hope we will be able to run another photography competition next year.
All the Submissions
The small print
I Live in SE16 Photography Competition
The organisers of the competition are I Live in SE16, a unincorporated association who publish a website (iliveinse16.com), an email newsletter, a Facebook page (I Live in SE16), a Twitter account (@SE16Hour) and a quarterly magazine (I Live in SE16). The addres of I Live in SE16 is Suite 13 Dock Offices, Surrey Quays Road, London SE16 2RA. I Live in SE16 appoint a small panel of judges to advise them on the outcome of the competition but the final decision remains with the organisers.
The contest runs from 1 October to 15 November 2015. All entries must be submitted by midnight on 15 November 2015. Late entries will not be considered.
The subject of this contest is Hidden Treasures of SE16
The contest is open to any photographer – professional or amateur – who lives and/or works in SE16 regardless of age, sex or nationality. However, the contest is not open to the judges or organizers, their family or close relatives.
Entrants under 18 years of age require the permission of their parent or guardian to participate. By entering the contest, entrants under 18 years of age indicate that they have obtained such permission from their parent or guardian.
No purchase is necessary and there is no Competition entry fee.
IMAGE SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
All submissions must be in digital format and sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Your email must include your first and family names, your age, your address and contact telephone number and (for entrants under 18 years of age) the first and family names, address and contact telephone number of your parent or guardian. We reserve the right to ask your parent or guardian to confirm they have given their consent.
Images must be at least 800 x 600px (width x height) at least 2 MB nd no larger than 4MB, in JPG and in RGB format.
Images should not be framed or contain watermarks.
Each entrant can submit up to three photos.
The organisers take no responsibility for entries that are lost, delayed, misdirected, incomplete or cannot be delivered or entered for any technical or other reason. Proof of delivery of entry is not proof of receipt by us.
USE AND OWNERSHIP OF IMAGES AND DATA
Every entry must be the work of the entrant and the entrant must hold sole and exclusive intellectual property rights over the image. The copyright of all photographs will remain with the entrant and the organisers will credit the photographer whenever their image is used. Use may include publication online and in print under Creative Commons license without any compensation.
By submitting an entry you and/or (if applicable) your parent or guardian grant I Live in SE16 the right to use and/or reproduce your photograph for display, marketing and promotional purposes including but not limited to reproducing it in the I Live in SE16 magazine and for use on I Live in SE16 website, Facebook page and @SE16Hour Twitter account. Such rights shall be binding on your heirs, legal representatives, successors, transferees and assignees.
The organisers will decide at their own discretion on a winner from amongst the submissions and award a prize to that entrant. The organisers’ decision will be final.
The winner will be notified by email within 28 days of the closing date. If the winner and his or her parent or guardian cannot be reached or fail to acknowledge such notification within seven days the organisers will select a new winner (in which case the same acceptance period will apply). If a winner rejects his or her prize, the winner’s prize will be forfeited and the organisers will select another winner.
It is intended that the prize will be sent or given to the winners by or on 10 December 2015. The prize is non-exchangeable, non-transferable and are not redeemable for cash or other prizes. The organisers reserve the right to change the prizes at their discretion or to offer alternative prizes in the event the original prize offered is not available.
The organisers reserve the right at any time and from time to time to amend these terms and conditions and to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, this Competition with or without prior notice and the organisers’ decision(s) in all matters under our control is(are) final and binding.
The Competition is governed by and shall be interpreted according to the laws of England and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction to deal with any disputes arising in connection with it.