#BeastsofUoN photographic competition


February 20th, 2017

Passionate about the University of Nottingham’s campuses? Like the #BeastsofUoN? Enjoy taking pictures? Then this is the competition for you!

We want to inspire staff, students and visitors from the community to explore the University of Nottingham’s great outdoor spaces and record how enriching and inspiring our environment can be.

We are keen to see images of landscapes across the University, as well as images of some of the #BeastsofUoN that call it home. All images entered into the competition must be taken on the University of Nottingham campuses in the UK and Asia.

Five prizes will be available to the winner of each of the below categories, and successful photos will be exhibited across the University.

Competition categories:

  • Celebrating the #BeastsofUoN and Campus Wildlife
    • Capture your favourite animal on its own, in a group, or interacting with the humans of campus.
  • Abstract and Details
    • A close-up of an animal, a plant, or an abstract view of the grounds. This is one for the creative photographers!
  • Social Media Smartphone
    • Submit your photos via Twitter (@UoNSustain) or Instagram (@UoNSustainability) using the hashtag #BeastsofUoNphotocomp. Only images taken on a smartphone are permitted. The use of apps for photo editing is permitted in this category.
  • Young Photographer (6-15 years)
    • This category is for the young visitors to campus.
  • International Campus
    • This category celebrates the biodiversity of campuses in Asia.

The competition closes at midnight on Monday 10 April.

You can find FAQs and how to apply on the Sustainability webpage.

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