IET International Engineering Photography Competition - logo

IET International Engineering Photography Competition

ENTER CONTEST

Do you want to change the way we view engineering today, and win a fantastic cash prize too?

Engineering is an exciting and fast-changing sector - shaping the world around us and improving the quality of our everyday lives.
Traditional images of engineering and engineers have focused on hard hats and dirty overalls, which is an image the IET is committed to change.
The IET International Engineering Photography Competition is open to any photograph of an engineering-related subject that captures the dynamic, creative and progressive face of engineering and engineers today.
The winning photographs will help challenge public misconceptions of engineering and demonstrate the ingenuity, breadth and vibrancy of the world of engineering.
Winners will be announced at EngFest 2.0 on 17th October 2017. All winners will also have their entry displayed in the prestigious IET London: Savoy Place building.
--
Participants can submit a maximum of five photos across any of the following categories:
- Design & Production
- Digital
- Environmental & Energy
- Robotics
- Structures & Transport
--
The competition is open to all UK and international IET members and non-members. It is also divided into three age groups:
1. Adult – persons aged 18 and over.
2. Secondary – persons aged 12 to 17.
3. Primary – persons aged 5 to 11.
Adult winners of each category will receive £500. Primary and Secondary age group winners of each category will receive £150.
One overall winner will also be confirmed, and they will receive an additional £250.
The competition will close on 31 August 2017.
For full Terms and Conditions, please visit: www.theiet.org/photo-competition

Fees:

Free

Prizes:

Adult winners of each category will receive £500. Primary and Secondary age group winners of each category will receive £150.
One overall winner will also be confirmed, and they will receive an additional £250.
Winners will be announced at EngFest 2.0 on 17th October 2017. All winners will also have their entry displayed in the prestigious IET London: Savoy Place building.

Eligibility:

International, Free to Enter, Ages 5+ (3 age categories)

Copyrights & Usage Rights:

9 OWNERSHIP OF COMPETITION ENTRIES AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
9.1 By submitting a competition entry, you confirm that:
9.1.1 the competition entry is your own photograph and you have not purchased the photograph though an stock image provider;
9.1.2 the photograph has not been published anywhere else;
9.1.3 the photograph has not won a prize in any other photographic competition;
9.1.4 if the image is of any person, you had that person’s permission (or their parent/legal guardian’s permission if under 16) to take the photograph and to enter it into this competition;
9.1.5 you are the sole owner of all intellectual property rights in the competition entry;
9.1.6 by submitting the competition entry, you are not infringing the intellectual property rights of any third party or breaching any other laws.
9.2 You will retain copyright in the photograph(s) that you submit. By entering your photograph into the competition, you grant to the Promotor a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, irrevocable and sub-licenceable licence to:
9.2.1 use, reproduce and publish the photograph(s):
9.2.1.1 in promotional, exhibition, press, sales and marketing materials (digital and in print);
9.2.1.2 on websites and in social media;
9.2.1.3 for educational purposes in order to promote the Promoter, engineering and technology to a wider audience;
9.2.2 edit, adapt and modify the photographs(s) as required for the purposes listed in 9.1.2 above.
9.3 Should the Promoter wish to use your photograph for any commercial purposes or any other purposes not outlined in clause 9.1.2 above, it will contact you to discuss the terms and conditions of use.
9.4 By entering your photograph into the competition, you waive your moral rights. Wherever practicable, the Promoter will credit you as the photographer of the image by including your name as stated on the Entry Form, but this cannot be guaranteed in all instances. Where your photograph is used by a third party, the Promoter will endeavour to supply the correct information to that third party, but it cannot accept responsibility for any credit line errors or omissions by that third party.

For full Terms and Conditions, visit: http://events.theiet.org/photo-competition/terms.cfm

Theme:

Multi-categories