PRIZE: STEENBERG WINERIES VOUCHER : CHEESE AND WINE TASTING FOR TEN PEOPLE
The winner will be selected by a panel of judges not affiliated to Stonehurst Estate. Cara Lee Mc Laughlin will be the judge for our Autumn Competition – check out Cara Lee’s profile and credentials below.
How to enter:
- Send your entries (maximum five per competition) by the 30th April 2013 with your name, address and contact details to email@example.com
- Give your photograph a title, state which season it is entered for
- Each entry must be accompanied by the camera make, model, lens and any other applicable information (flash, beanbag, etc.).
- Edited images must be about 1MB. If you qualify for publication in the Keystone Magazine, we’ll contact you for a high-resolution version (A3 at 300 dpi is ideal).
- Closing Dates for 2013 Competitions: The prizes for each seasonal competition will be announced at the start of each competition
- Autumn Photos: 30 April 2013
- Winter Photos: 27 August 2013
- Spring Photos: 1 October 2013
- Summer Photos: 31 December 2013
Terms and Conditions:
- Entry to the Photographic Competition is open to Stonehurst residents only
- Only Stonehurst residents are eligible for prizes
- Only amateur photographers may enter – no professional photographers
- Only photographs taken on Stonehurst Mountain Estate are eligible
- No cash alternative is available to any prize unless expressly stated otherwise.
- The closing date for any competition will be as stated. The judge /s cannot accept responsibility for late entries.
- There is no age restriction
- The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
- We reserve the right to cancel any competition without notice at any time.
- Any deviation from the rules and/or attempt to manipulate the outcome of the prize will result in disqualification.
- Winners may be required to be photographed for publicity purposes in the Keystone Magazine, Stonehurst Post, Stonehurst FaceBook Page and website
- Prizes are non-transferable in whole or in part, must be taken as stated and may not be sold to a third party.
- No responsibility will be accepted for undelivered, lost or delayed entries. Proof of sending is not proof of receipt.
- Entrants acknowledge that the winning photographs may be displayed and/or published to the public through the Keystone Magazine, Stonehurst Post, FaceBook Page and Stonehurst website
- By entering the photographs into this competition the entrants acknowledge that they have authorised Stonehurst to publish them in whatever form they wish.
- The entrant confirms that he owns the copyright of the photograph and indemnifies Stonehurst for any breach of copyright which may arise, no matter what the foundation for such breach may be.
- Entrants confirm that they are legally empowered to allow publication of the photographs and that no other party has any right or claim to the copyright and/or ownership of the photographs
- By entering into a competition it is deemed that you have read and understood these rules.
- The Stonehurst Mountain Estate Trustees and Management shall not be liable in any way whatsoever for any loss or damage to photographs, howsoever arising
Autumn Photographic Competition Judge – Cara Lee Mc Laughlin
Cara Lee has been in the wedding industry for almost six years, for 4 of those years she was a wedding photographer.
She photographed more than 50 weddings in her 4 years and even though she no longer does this full time, photography will always play a special role in her life.
With each Wedding that Cara photographed, she realized how much she loved being a part of the Bride and Groom’s special day, and slowly but surely, made her move into becoming a Professional Wedding Planner.
She loves the whole day and feels that one of the most important things is choosing the correct photographer. Photos are the only things that last after the dress has been put away and the cake has been eaten – although everything is important for the biggest day of your life, the photos will be on social media sites and framed on your walls for your grandchildren to see for years to come.
She has a love for animals, life in general and is starting to believe more and more in the power of positive thinking.