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Saturday, 7 March 2020

Spelthorne Council is looking for budding photographers.

The Capture Spelthorne competition is open again, to find a photo for the summer edition of the council magazine and across social media.

Pictures of the borough’s landscapes, animals, events or buildings will all be considered.

My Spelthorne

What does Spelthorne mean to you? Judges will be looking for pictures that encapsulate and bring to life community events, places and landmarks.

Spelthorne through the Seasons

Spelthorne in the spring, summer, autumn or winter, we are keen to receive photographs that depict the borough in any of the seasons, whether in glorious sunshine or a covering of snow!

Spelthorne Means Business

Spelthorne is a vibrant place to do business and we would like photos that showcase this. Whether a photo of an iconic building, in the workplace, let your imagination do the work.

Spelthorne in Action

We want to see your action shots. It could be a sporting moment or an animal in action, as long as it taken in Spelthorne .This opportunity to share those captured moments in time.

Terms and Conditions

Image files (from both digital cameras and smartphones), a minimum of 300dpi and 4000 pixels in length or height as compressed jpeg file of maximum 10Mb. Images may be digitally enhanced to remove spots or scratches, make it brighter or clearer etc. Entrants can enhance the picture but not manipulate the content. The judges reserve the right to exclude any image they believe may have been excessively treated so as to alter its authenticity.

All images entered must:
• Correspond within the four categories as listed above.
• Have been taken within the borough of Spelthorne.
• Be a colour image.

All images entered must not be:

• Close-up shot (eg macros shots of flowers and insects)
• We need to be mindful of Data Protection laws and regulations and as such will only accept images of individuals taken at public events. Images with children’s faces will NOT be accepted.

By submitting your image you are giving permission for Spelthorne Borough Council to use it.
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