portfolio contest
expert judged only
Erika Valkovicova

Three-shot story

In association with Digital Camera magazine

Open Judging Results
Brief

To be in with a chance of winning this trinity of top-spec SIGMA lenses, we’re asking you to submit a series of three images. These can cover a theme or subject of your choice – all we ask is that the images tell a story (of an event, for example) and show a clear beginning, middle and end. Telling a story in a single image can be challenging, but three images will allow you to demonstrate your photography skills. You can submit your photos in colour or black and white. The winning entry will be recognised for a distinctive and original interpretation of the challenge.

PLEASE DO:
• Supply a title for the series of images you're entering (the why, when, where, how and who), plus a brief description of each image
• Be sure that each photo has a resolution of at least 3,000 pixels on its longest edge

PLEASE DO NOT:
• Watermark the images
• Remove the EXIF data of the photos

The winner will receive three Sigma f/2.8 zooms comprising wide, standard and telephoto, and which are known as “The Big Three”. Together worth £4150 GBP.

Prize details

The competition will be judged by Paul Reynolds of Sigma Imaging (UK) Ltd and the Digital Camera magazine team. The winner will receive three Sigma f/2.8 zooms comprising wide, standard and telephoto, and which are known as “The Big Three”:

Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM Art Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Art Sigma 70-200mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Sports

Offering wide coverage of the focal range, f/2.8 brightness throughout the zoom range, and durability, each of these three lenses is a high-end model offering high performance for professional use.

The prize value is £4150 and is based on Sigma’s own RRP – as opposed to any dealer prices that may be discounted.

How it works

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.

Entries close
7 June 2019

Judging
7 June 2019 to 28 June 2019

Winners announced
28 June 2019

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