Harry Page Photography Competition 2020 now open for entries until 31st December
The 8th Harry Page Photography Competition is now open for entries. The competition was established in 2013 in memory of Harry Page, a passionate photographer and a keen C20 member.
The competition is open to C20 members and this year for the first time also to non-members. This closing date for entries is 31st December 2020.
What we’re looking for:
Architectural colour or black and white photographs of a particular building or building detail, whose construction was completed from 1914 onwards. We welcome entries from talented and enthusiastic amateur photographers.
Last year the award was won by Chris Houldsworth with images of two London landmarks: the National Theatre (Denys Lasdun, 1969-77) captured in ‘Interior’ and the King’s Cross Tunnel (Allies and Morrison, 2014) in ‘King’s Cross, St Pancras’.
In addition to the Harry Page competition trophy (entrusted to the winner for a year), the winner will receive:
Their winning photograph published in C20’s magazine, website and all on C20 social media channels
A book of their choice from the C20 Society’s e-shop inside a limited edition Paul Catherall x C20 Society tote bag
How to Enter:
1. Upload your photos to your Instagram and/or Twitter profile including #HarryPage20 and tagging @C20Society
NB: Don’t worry if you don’t have a social media account, the formal means of entry is (2) below and entrants without social media will not be penalised
2. To formally enter you must also send your photos with their captions to firstname.lastname@example.org, and be sure to include:
Your full name
Your postal address
Your phone number
Please also include any social media handles you are happy for us to tag you in
Please write: your full name in the subject line of the email, e.g.: Harry Page Entry 2020 – John Smith
3. The maximum size for each photo is 4MB
4. The maximum number of photo entries is 2 per entrant