View from Beinn Mhor South Uist. Photo credit: Gill Stephens.

Annual Photo Competition

About the 2021 and 2020 competitions

Announcement - Annual Photo Competition 2021

The categories for this year’s photo competition are:
1. Journal Cover Photo (Portrait orientation please)
2. A grand day out
3. Autumn glory
4. View from the top

Guidance for entries

You can enter one photo per category.

Please note that we cannot accept panoramic shots or photos that have been heavily cropped. The definition must be sufficient for the photo to be printed 12x8 inches (A4) .

Please send your entries to rhsocphotocompetition@gmail.com.

The closing date for this year’s entries is December 31st 2021.

The cover photo category will be shortlisted by the editorial group and from these the most suitable photo will be selected for the cover of Relative Matters in 2022.

The other three categories will be shortlisted by the publicity group, with some willing helpers! The final judging will take place at the Annual Dinner in May 2022.

The winner of each category will receive a framed A4 print of their photo.

A selection of the shortlisted photos will be used in the 2023 RHSoc  Calendar.

Take a look at the judges' feedback on the 2020 Cover Photos for an idea of what works best.

Annual Photo Competition 2020

Thank you to everyone who entered the 2020 Annual Photo Competition. The standard of entries was impressive, and we received over 100 in total.

The shortlisted photos and entries have now been selected, see the final report on the Annual Photo Competition 2020 for the shortlisted photos and winners.

Jenny Hatfield

Jenny Hatfield. I am an outdoor enthusiast, enjoying anything that gets me out into the natural world and wild places. Walking is my favourite pastime: hills, mountains, coast and islands accompanied by Bryher the cocker spaniel. I have completed all the Marilyns, Munro’s, Corbetts, Graham’s, Firths, Wainwrights, Jul Birketts, and Synges. I am currently working on completing the Donald’s and Donald Tops, Munro Tops, and the Snowdon Simms, Nuttalls and Buxton and Lewis’s. I also enjoy gardening, photography and cooking.

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