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The SNPF photo competition returns this year, with a free weekend ticket for next year's Scottish Nature Photography Festival up for grabs each day. 

All SNPF ticket holders are invited to submit three UK nature or landscape images of their choice to be put in front of a judging panel. The very best of these will be selected to be included as part of a digital presentation at the Festival, and the overall winning image from each day will be announced and displayed on the main auditorium screen. In addition, the author of the winning image from each day will scoop a free weekend ticket for next year's SNPF.

To Enter

To enter the competition, which is open to SNPF ticket holders only:

  • Submit up to three nature or landscape images taken in the UK as high quality jpegs, sized at 1920px on the longest side.
  • Please accompany each image with a caption, including the subject of the image and where it was taken.
  • Remember to include your name, full postal address and telephone number.
  • Send to info@snpf.co.uk before 5pm on Thursday 31 August. Good luck!

Terms and Conditions

  • The SNPF competition is open to Scottish Nature Photography Festival 2017 ticket holders only.
  • All images entered must be the sole work of the individual submitting them and they must own copyright.
  • A maximum of three images per entrant per day is allowed.  Weekend ticket holders may enter three different images into both days’ competitions.
  • All photos must be legally obtained with permission and/or appropriate licences if relevant.
  • All entries must be received by the advertised closing time and date.
  • By entering the competition, entrants give permission for images to be reproduced by press/media in connection with the SNPF competition only.  We will make every reasonable effort to ensure that name credits are given to any photograph published.  
  • SNPF reserves the right to use any of the entered images in its promotional, marketing and advertising activities to promote the competition. 
  • The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.