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Digital Photography Competition - Round Five


Digital Photography Competition - Round Five

People had a lot of fun with our simple September theme of "Life in the City" with a wide range of entries from all over the world. Once again there were some superb submissions, many from regular entrants, and some that were...not so brilliant, but many thanks to everyone who took part. The September theme is now closed, so it's time to announce the theme for October. And remember, there are other sports besides football.


The theme for October is "SPORT & RECREATION", and the closing date for submissions is October 31st 2007.


The Prizes

Just to recap in case you've been stationed at the secret base on the far side of the Moon for the past four months, we are running a regular monthly photography competition that will give you the chance to show off your best photos, and to win some very nice prizes. Each month we'll announce a new theme and a closing date, and then you'll have one month to submit a photo on that theme. Starting this month, we will now be offering prizes not just for the overall winner, but also for the two runners-up.

The first prize will be a top-quality 2GB Optima memory card from PNY Technologies, and a £50 voucher from online printing specialists Photobox, which you can spend on a range of printing services, as well as stylish albums and other photography gifts. The two runners up will each receive a 1GB PNY Optima memory card and a £25 Photobox voucher. The winning entries and a selection of the best of the other entries will be published here on TrustedReviews shortly after the closing date.

But that's not all! At the end of the year, which will be May 2008, we'll have the grand final, which will be an especially challenging assignment. Thanks to Fujifilm, the winner of the final will receive the awesome Finepix S9600, our highest-scoring review camera ever!*

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