The Humber Bridge is running an exciting new challenge throughout 2018 where you are the stars.
We are inviting entries for our first #YourBridge Photography Competition, where each month we ask for landscape images of the Humber Bridge to fit in to a theme. A panel of judges from the Humber Bridge staff will decide on the best and the winner will take pride of place on our social media banner pages plus on this website for a month. All 12 images will then create a charity calendar for 2019.
The best photograph of the year will win an exclusive photoshoot around the Bridge and a masterclass with photographer Lee Gale.
Winners to date:
January: Mark Thompson
February: Des O’Connor
March: Martin Fuge
April: Dan Halsey
May: Dominic Russell-Price
June: Lizzie Draper
July: Megan Grundy
August: Naomi Laver
The themes for the rest of the year are as follows:
September: Views from the South Bank
October: Views from the North Bank
November: Dramatic Skies
Send in your entries to email@example.com, with email address, contact number and where you are.
Terms and conditions:
Only landscape (ie. wide) images should be submitted.
- Images should be sent as JPEGs.
- Images should be no less than 1500 pixels wide.
- Entrants must own the copyright of any image they submit.
- Entrants can submit as many images as they like each month.
- Entrants must include their name and contact information.
- Entrants retain full copyright of their images but grant licence to the Humber Bridge Board to use to promote the #YourBridge project, for general promotional purposes and in a charity calendar.
- The images do not have to have been taken in 2017 or 2018 but can be great images which you may already have.
- The judges’ decision is final.
- The winner each month will be notified as soon as possible, take part in publicity and the picture will be uploaded by around the 10th of the month.
- There is no cash alternative.
- Drone images are not permitted.
More about Lee Gale:
Lee is a photographer from Hull with a strong passion for landscape and long exposure photography.
A love of the outdoors and a keen sense of adventure has shaped Lee’s photography over the years. Landscape photography came naturally as a primary focus, but recently he has taken to being more creative with both locations and subject matter. Capturing images of a more unique nature is something that Lee strives for now and is always looking to push himself further for the next image.