There are months of diving ahead of us in 2017, so get your camera out and get snapping and filming! You have until the 31 December 2017 to submit a photo, so if you haven’t already taken a winning image, there is plenty of time to get your camera out and get snapping. Don’t worry if you don’t have any underwater camera equipment, there is a category for photographs taken on dry land.

We will organise an evening at the club at the beginning of 2018 to view and vote on the photos to select our winners – with mystery prizes to be won.

And if you think you have a winning image or video from 2016, don’t despair, for this year only, we will except entries from last year’s dives.

RBSAC Photography Competition Details

Deadline 31 December 2017.

CATEGORIES

WRECK – This can be any picture of a wreck, or wreckage.

MARINE LIFE – This might be any type of wildlife picture.

ABOVE WATER – Any picture taken above the water line.

VIDEO – Any video taken above or below the water line.

SUBMISSIONS

For each category, please provide location details and, if possible, some details of what camera has been used to take each picture.

Please only submit a maximum of 3 photos per category.

Send photo entries as jpeg files and video entries in a suitable file format to emma.harris102@gmail.com

RULES

  1. Any Committee decision is final.
  2. Any entrant must be a current member of RBSAC or TVSAC.
  3. Photos and video must have been taken by you on a club dive 1 January 2016 – 31 December 2017.
  4. No more than 3 photographs per category per person. And no more than 3 videos per person in the video category.
  5. You agree that work sent may be used by the club. (For example, on our website, Facebook page or Twitter feed and in any publicity materials for the club.)
  6. Entries (photos must be a jpg file and any suitable file format for videos) are to be submitted to Emma Harris by 31 December 2017. (emma.harris102@gmail.com)
  7. The winners will be decided at a viewing and voting evening at the club early in 2018.
  8. The committee reserves the right (see rule 1) to amend these rules.