Calendar Photo Competition
ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE 2018 ALFA CALENDAR COMPETITION!
Proudly sponsored by ALFA's Platinum Member, Performance Feeds, the ALFA Calendar Competition is an exciting opportunity for lot feeders to showcase their industry via images that they capture in their workplace and surrounds.
Who can enter?
The competition is open to all ALFA members and you don’t have to be a professional photographer to get involved. You must also ‘like’ the ALFA Facebook page.
Tips for taking photos
To give yourself the best chance of having a prize-winning photo, there are a few things you should consider when taking and submitting your photos. Photos taken in landscape format (horizontal photos) rather than in portrait format (vertical photos) work best for the layout of the ALFA calendar and therefore have a better chance of being selected as a prize winner. If using a digital camera please ensure you use the highest resolution/quality settings available on your camera when taking the shot.
How do I send my photos?
We will only accept digital photos: When sending digital photos or a scanned image, a JPEG file is preferred.
The resolution of your electronic image should be A4 in size and 300dpi will be about a two or three megabyte (2-3 MB) sized file. We cannot use photos that are smaller than this, as they will appear too pixelated when enlarged for the calendar. When emailing your photo, JPEG is the best format to do this in as it provides the highest quality at the smallest file size.
How can I enter?
Fill in the electronic form below to submit your entry (or enter via the hard copy form and email to firstname.lastname@example.org )
By submitting your photo(s) you are giving ALFA consent to use the image(s) for any or all media, now or hereafter, for ALFA run events and/or promotions. You also consent to ALFA releasing your image in print and electronic form publicly or privately.
Entries close Friday 17th November 2017, when the photos will be uploaded to Facebook and voting will commence. The 13 photos with the most "likes" will then be published in the annual calendar.