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Issue 87 - Whisky Magazine Photo Challenge 2010

Whisky Magazine Issue 87
April 2010


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Whisky Magazine Photo Challenge 2010

The Whisky Magazine Photo Challenge is the new annual photographic competition, leading to publication of the winning photographs in the February issue each year and a selection of short-listed images published in future editions as selected by the editor.

If you think you have some fantastic whisky photographs then here is your chance to shine and prosper and see your work published in the magazine.

So now is time to dust off the digital camera and start thinking about that award winning photo you know you have in you.

TIPS AND HINTS CLASS Amateur (see definition in the rules at Professional (see definition in the rules at CATEGORIES THE DISTILLERIES Canada Ireland Japan Scotland USA Rest of world GENERAL The drinking / the enjoying (bars, hotels, events…) The process The water Other (please specify) JUDGES The editorial panel of Whisky Magazine JUDGING PROCESS All entries will be judged by the Whisky Magazine panel in round one. These judges will select a shortlist of photographs (the ‘Shortlist') in each category which, in their opinion, best illustrate that category. This Shortlist will then be voted upon by readers of Whisky Magazine via an online poll.

JUDGING CRITERIA Focus The image should be sharp unless blur is an intentional effect.

Light The use of light is key to a good photograph and the most important thing is that the light is appropriate to the image. There are many different types of ‘good' light; stormy, ear...

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