This is the UK NATIONAL ROUND of the EISA Maestro Photo Contest 2019. To enter this contest you must be a UK resident.
We want to see your best shots responding to the theme of Movement. Unlike most competitions that are based on a single image, we want to see a portfolio of 5-8 images that demonstrate your skill as a photographer that interprets the word Movement. Portfolios must be taken by you for the purposes of this competition. Existing portfolios are excluded.
The winner will be put forward for the final round of the EISA Maestro Photo Contest 2020, where there's over €3,000 cash plus other prizes to win.
UK NATIONAL ROUND The winner of the UK National Round of 'Movement', as decided by the Amateur Photographer magazine editorial team, will be put forward for the final round of the EISA Maestro Photo Contest 2020, alongside other winners chosen by photography magazines around Europe. You'll also win a year-long subscription to Amateur Photographer magazine.
The first, second and third-prize winners will be published in a future issue of Amateur Photographer magazine.
FINAL ROUND The winning entries from each of the 16 participating EISA countries will be judged together at the Association’s General Meeting in summer 2020. The final results of the International Maestro contest will be revealed at the EISA Awards Gala. All three winners will be invited to Berlin at the official EISA Awards ceremony.
1st prize: €1,500 and EISA Maestro Trophy 2nd prize: €1,000 and EISA Maestro Trophy 3rd prize: €750 and EISA Maestro Trophy
All National Maestro winners will also be published on Facebook at the end of June for the EISA Public’s Choice competition. The prize for the winner here is €1000.
To enter this contest a portfolio of your work is needed. Your portfolio will be automatically entered into the contest when the required number of photos have been added.
This contest is expert judged only with no rating by the crowd. You will be able to find out how you did when the judging or rating period has closed.
To keep photographers anonymous entries are hidden until expert judging has been completed.