In this Nikon-only contest – brought to you by N-Photo magazine – we're asking for your best low-light images. So whether it's the city lights once the sun's gone down, the Milky Way in all its astral glory or an amazing light painting you've knocked up using bicycle wheels, string and sparklers, we'd like to see your best after-dark photography.
Ensure your photo was taken on a Nikon camera
Have EXIF data in your photo (or supply the camera settings in the info section)
Provide a title for your photo
Write a description of the photo you're entering of at least 50 words to give us the background of what the image is of and how the it was taken. A little context can go a long way!
Check your photo has a resolution of at least 3000 pixels on the longest edge of the photo as we will be printing our top 10 images in N-Photo magazine.
Have a watermark on your photograph
Any photo not following the above rules will be disqualified from the competition.
Both the expert's first choice and winner of the crowd vote will each win a £100 voucher from online photo lab CEWE Photoworld.
The judges' top 10 images printed in an upcoming issue of N-Photo, the UK's most popular photography magazine for Nikon users.
Both the expert's first choice and winner of the crowd vote will each win a £100 voucher from online photo lab CEWE Photoworld to have their image professionally mounted. The style is up to you, from acrylic to aluminium, stretched on canvas or mounted in a traditional wooden frame, CEWE Photoworld offers a vast range of wall art and a huge array of size options. Or you might prefer to have a gallery of your images made into a calendar or printed into a photo book – you can spend your £100 voucher however you wish! For more on CEWE Photoworld’s fantastic range of photo products, see: www.cewe-photoworld.com/npoty2019
Every photo submitted will be available for the crowd to rate once the submissions period has ended. You can see all the images uploaded to a contest, but will need to rate them to see how they’re ranked once the rating period begins.
Some contests on Photocrowd also have a judge. After the submission period closes the judge chooses their favourite images and writes some image reviews. The crowd and judge results will be announced on the same day.
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