We would love you to participate in ...
Ōpāwaho-Heathcote River Network
World Rivers Day 2020
- Open Entry Page -
Photographs can be taken anytime throughout the year, must be taken of or near the Ōpāwaho Heathcote River, and use the theme
CONNECTIONS - NGĀ HONONGA
Interpret that how you will...
it could be a bridge connecting both sides of the river...
...it could be a family going for a walk connecting along the awa...
Let your imagination run wild - but you have to convince us how it shows a connection to the river.
You can choose to enter one or both of the divisions
1. Single photo - must include the Ōpāwaho-Heathcote River in it somehow!
2. Photo Essay*: a series of 3-6 photographs. (presented as a pdf, slideshare or powerpoint presentation)
*A photo-essay is a set or series of photographs that are made to tell a story and create an emotional response in the viewer. Photo essays range from purely photographic works to photographs with captions or brief comments to full text essays illustrated with photographs.
How to submit entries
Entries need to be submitted digitally using this entry form
RULES OF ENTRY
From each school a maximum of 5 entries per age division in each theme category [i.e. for a Y1-13 school maximum would be 30 entries; a Y1-6 school would have a maximum of 10 entries]
Only 1 entry in each category per student.
The photographs must be taken by the student during 2020 up until 11th Sept when the competition closes.
Written permission must be obtained for use of any identifiable personal images within a photo . This is submitted with the photo entry
If you are under 16, you must have your parent or legal guardian’s consent to participate in the competition. If the OHRN does not receive a valid signed parental or legal guardian consent form for any finalists selected under the age of 16 within 7 days of the closing date the OHRN will be entitled to select an alternative finalist from among the entrants.
Image size must be at least 1 MB and no more than 10MB. This will make images reproducible. Photographs must be saved in jpeg file format. Photo Essay entries can be saved in jpeg,.png or ppt format.
Images can be submitted in colour or black and white.
Images can be cropped but cannot be digitally altered in any other way.
Judges’ decisions will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Images will be entered through SCHOOLS ENTRY FORM and must be named using the following format:
division (A) or (B)
Year level of student (1-13)
Surname + Initial
For example: B-Y4-Heathcote-SmithJ
For any further queries contact: Jocelyn Papprill on 027 222 0395 or firstname.lastname@example.org
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
World Rivers Day Photographic Competition
Photographs can be taken anytime throughout the year, but must be taken within the Ōpāwaho-Heathcote River catchment.
Our theme this year is CONNECTIONS - NGĀ HONONGA
ENTRY QUALIFIES AS ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. PROMOTER: The promoter is the Ōpāwaho- Heathcote River Network.
2. ELIGIBILITY: The competition is open to anyone who would like to show their appreciation for the Ōpāwaho- Heathcote River. All entries must be submitted by midnight Friday 11th September.
3. HOW TO ENTER: To submit a photo for entry in the competition, you must use the following entry forms
[Failing that, email your photo(s) with a description to email@example.com . Please use Photo Competition in the subject line. Multiple entries may be made for either category.
4. HOW TO WIN: You can choose to enter one or both competition categories but to a maximum of 4 entries per individual per category [i.e. 4 for single photo and/or 4 photo essays]
A. Single photo B. Photo Essay: A photo-essay is a set or series of photographs that are made to tell a story and create an emotional response in the viewer. Photo essays range from purely photographic works to photographs with captions or brief comments to full text essays illustrated with photographs. We ask that your photo essay is of no more than 3-6 photographs. Share via pdf, slideshare or powerpoint presentation.
The winner of each category will be determined by judging panel selected by Ōpāwaho- Heathcote River Network.
5. PHOTO WINNER NOTIFICATION: The photo winners will be announced during World Rivers Day, September 27th and will be featured on our OHRN Facebook, Website and Instagram as well as on associated sponsor websites. Participants will be informed as to the details of the award ceremony.
6. PRIZES: a range of sponsors have provided excellent prizes for First, Second and Highly Commended as well as for the Grand Winner.
7. ANNOUNCEMENTS: By submitting a photo for entry, each entrant hereby agrees to participate in any publicity related to the competition. Entrants and winners in the competition agree that their identity may be disclosed in winner announcements and promotional material. Winners also agree to have the image(s) submitted used for publicity purposes without any additional payment being made.
8. PHOTO USAGE: By submitting a photo, the entrant agrees to allow Ōpāwaho- Heathcote River Network permission to use the image for the purposes of promoting Ōpāwaho- Heathcote River Network initiatives, now and into the future, at no cost to ŌHR Network. The entrant also agrees to allow Ōpāwaho- Heathcote River Network to use their photo for printed collateral at ŌHR Network’s sole discretion and at no cost.
9. PHOTO TALENT: By submitting the photo, the entrant declares that they have the permission of all individual(s) captured in photo(s) to share and publish their image.
10. PHOTO COPYRIGHT: In submitting a photo for entry, the entrant declares that they have taken the photo and own and have sole and complete intellectual property rights to the photo.
11. ENTRY FORMAT: Acceptable entries will be photo files from either digital cameras or smart phone cameras in B&W or colour. No images supplied in hard copy will be accepted. Images can be cropped but cannot be digitally altered in any other way. Image size must be at least 1 MB and no more than 10MB. This will make images reproducible.
12. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Entries may not be acknowledged or returned. Participants have the obligation to ensure entries are received on time. Ōpāwaho- Heathcote River Network can choose to keep or remove images from the gallery on completion of the competition should they wish to do so. Entrants can request removal of their images by emailing a request to firstname.lastname@example.org .
13. PERSONAL INFORMATION: The collection, use and disclosure of personal information provided in connection with this competition is governed by the Privacy Laws of New Zealand. Your personal information shall not be provided to any third parties without your prior consent, but you do authorise Ōpāwaho-Heathcote River Network to be able to contact you with information pertaining to the competition or related World Rivers’ Day activities.