Photography Competition 2021
It’s that time of year again, the annual St Kilda Club photo competition! We’re asking you to send your photos of a memorable St Kilda visit to be in with the chance of winning a share of the prize.
Judging and prizes
You could win a share of the cash prize find – totalling £155!
The competition judging will take place during the annual reunion at 3.15pm on Saturday 20th November 2021.
Prize winners and other entries may be printed in the journal ‘St Kilda Mail’, used right here on the club website or be selected for publication in the annual calendar or incorporated in other products for sale in the St Kilda Club shop.
Please note, the competition is open to St Kilda Club members only
How to enter
Email 1, 2 or 3 high quality images or a video clip to [email protected].
Send up to 3 35mm slides, photographic prints or digital images or a video clip on a CD to:
Mr. Thomas M. Sinclair, 3 Morven Way, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow, G66 3QL (Tel. No: 0141 776 6377)
– Include a completed Entry Form with your name, address and contact number, etc.
– Select a category/ categories and your chosen title for each entry.
– Enclose a self-addressed envelope, stamped with the correct postage value if you wish for your prints or CD to be returned.
The deadline for submitting entries is no later than Friday 29th October 2021.
You must include a completed Entry Form with your entries whether you are entering via e-mail or post. The completed Entry Form can be included as a scanned copy or jpeg picture taken on your smartphone.
Entry forms, which include the terms and conditions, can be downloaded using the link below.
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