GAP photographic competition

GAP photographic competition

Friday, June 11, 2010

Our friends at The Grazing Advice Partnership (GAP) are holding a free-to-enter photographic competition aimed at celebrating the role that native breeds of farm livestock play in conserving our natural environment, landscape and cultural history. Closing date for entries July 30th 2010.

  • 1st -     £500 and a year's free membership of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust
  • 2nd -    £250 and a year's free membership of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust
  • 3rd -     £100 and a year's free membership of the Rare Breeds Survival Trust

In addition, winning entries will be featured on GAP's website in GAP's quarterly newsletter, 'The Grazier', and RBST's quarterly newsletter, 'The Ark'.

Finally, all winning entrants will be given the option of a free place on one of GAP's highly regarded training courses!

Who can enter?

Anyone who does not substantially earn their living from photography can enter. All images must be taken by the person who submits them.

What format is acceptable?

Entries must be in digital format only. Images may be either JPEGs or TIFFs and be a minimum of 900K and a maximum of 5MB in size.

How should entries be submitted?

Images may be emailed to GAP or burned onto a CD or DVD and posted. Each digital image submitted must be clearly labelled.

Email to

Are there different age categories?

No, there is just the one category and all entries will be judged on merit, regardless of age.

How many photographs can I submit?

Up to six different images may be submitted per entrant.

Can images be manipulated?

Images may be enhanced in-camera or in-computer to enhance their presentation but not their content.

For further information, contact:

Tom Cairns

Development Manager

Grazing Advice Partnership (GAP)

Room 202, Carlton Business Centre, Maundrell Road,

Calne, Wiltshire SN11 9PU

Tel. 01249 470 029

or visit


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