In celebration of the 100th edition of Scottish Wildlife magazine, due to be published in March 2020, we are launching a photography competition to find the best wildlife photographers amongst our membership.

The theme of the competition is ‘The Perfect Portrait’ and individuals will be separated into one of two categories based on age: Adult (18 and over) or Young Person (under 18).

The photography competition will be judged by a panel of expert judges: wildlife filmmaker and presenter Gordon Buchanan, wildlife and landscape photographer Mark Hamblin and the Country Director for People’s Postcode Lottery, Annemiek Hoogenboom.

One of the winning images will appear on the front cover of the 100th edition of Scottish Wildlife in March, whilst the other will appear in the Big Picture feature inside the magazine.

Photographer watching gannet colony © Peter Cairns, 2020VISION
© Peter Cairns, 2020VISION

Competition guidelines

This competition is open to all members of the Scottish Wildlife Trust. You are able to submit up to three images to the competition by the closing date, Tuesday 31 December.

All images submitted must :

  • be photographs of wildlife taken by you in Scotland
  • be portrait oriented (landscape-oriented photographs will not be considered)
  • be a JPEG with a minimum size of 2480x3508pixels at 300dpi
  • be a maximum file size of 8MB
  • have your name and the location that the image was taken included in the file name

Please note that entering the competition will be treated as consent for the images to be used in Issue 100 of Scottish Wildlife magazine.

Click here to read the full Terms and Conditions of entry.

Enter the photography competition

The competition deadline has now passed.

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