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Mono Magic - Young DCPOTY

Part of the Digital Camera Photographer of the Year 2018

Open Rating Results
Brief

It's time to show us your very best black and white images. The subject doesn't matter, but the image must lend itself to the monochrome treatment. Consider the tone, texture, shapes and of course, the light, which are are all vital components to a winning black and white picture.

Only open to photographers 25 and under

£4700 GBP prizes including Fujifilm cameras and lenses, MPB voucher and Digital Camera subscriptions...

Prize details

The expert judge's chosen winner of the 'Mono Magic - Young DCPOTY' contest will receive a Fujifilm Instax camera worth £250 GBP. The winner of the crowd vote will receive a year-long subscription to Digital Camera magazine.

The overall winner of Young DCPOTY 2018 will receive prizes worth £2200 GBP: Fujifilm X-T20 with XF 18-55mm Lens Silver (Kit), FujionXF 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 R LM OIS, MPB voucher worth £500 GBP, subscription to Digital Camera magazine.

How it works

Every photo submitted will be available for the crowd to rate once the submissions period has ended. In this contest, the entries are hidden until 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.

Entries close
20 November 2017

Rating
20 November 2017 to 27 November 2017

Winners announced
27 November 2017

For a more detailed explanation of how rating works, see our FAQs

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Digital Camera Photographer of the Year is a major competition to discover and reveal exciting and talented photographers. With enticing prizes to be won and a separate contest for photographers 25 and under, a line-up of professional judges will choose winners across a range of themed categories, as well as selecting the overall winners. The crowd can also join in with special Crowd Vote awards – pick your favourites!

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