Calendar Photography Competition 2022
The theme of our Calendar Photography Competition 2022 is 'The Less Trodden Paths'.
We are looking for stunning photographs of lesser known Highland landscapes, landmarks and points of interests. The theme of our 2022 calendar reflects on months of lockdown and the opportunities to explore new paths and new places on our doorstep. It is all about discovering the hidden treasures of our beautiful Highland region.
To meet the requirements of the calendar, all photographs should be in landscape format with a file size between 1.5MB and 10MB. All published photographs will be credited to the photographer and you will receive five free copies of our calendar as a thank you for your support.
The closing date for entries is Friday 19 March 2021.
Terms and Conditions
By submitting an image to this competition participants grant full rights to Highland Hospice for the image to be used for fundraising, promotional and commercial activities. This permission includes the use of the submitted photos in the following contexts:
- Display in By the River Café, Highland Hospice, Ness House, 1 Bishops Road, Inverness, IV3 5SB and In the City Café, Eastgate Centre, Inverness, for up to a year.
- Online publication and publication through social networks.
- Production and sale of the Highland Hospice Calendar 2022, with an option to also produce and sell postcards and Christmas cards.
- Mobile display advertising the Highland Hospice Calendar 2022 in various locations in Inverness and throughout the region.
Any commercial use that extends beyond this scope will require the participant's separate consent.
Whenever Highland Hospice publishes the submitted photos, participants will always be named as the creator together with their full name.
Photographers may submit more than one picture. An entry form must be completed for each picture.
All images submitted must be relating to the chosen theme for Highland Hospice’s Calendar 2022: 'The Less Trodden Paths'.
All images must have been taken in the Scottish Highlands and any part of Moray west of Forres. This does not include the Western Isles, Orkney or Shetland.
All images must be of a minimum 1.5MB resolution.
With your participation, you confirm you are the photographer and copyright owner of the uploaded photos and therefore have unlimited right of use. Participants further assure that the photos uploaded by them are free of third-party rights.
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