Hertfordshire young person’s photography competition 2019

photography competition 2019

Do you live in Hertfordshire? Are you aged 5-19? If so, you can enter this Young Person’s Photography competition! Deadline: Sunday 2 June 2019.

A passion for photography often starts at a young age. There’s no such thing as too young.

Photography Competition Theme

This year’s theme for the Hertfordshire Young Person’s Photography Competition is CULTURE AND MY COMMUNITY.

What is culture? It could be anything that makes up local life. Food, style, religion, housing, traffic, portraits of your friends, objects, wildlife… you name it.

You just have to sum up one aspect of the culture in Hertfordshire with a photo. Remember, if people appear in your photographs, you have to ask them for permission!

Prize

There are four age categories, and each category has Amazon voucher prizes for winners and runners-up.

How to enter

The deadline for entries is Sunday 2 June 2019.

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