For the second year in a row, Multiple Sclerosis Ireland, in association with the Irish Photographic Federation, are running a competition seeking images for their new Calendar which will be sold to raise much-needed funded for its services.
The theme this year is Birds in Ireland and the closing date is 5pm, Friday August 7th 2015.
MS Ireland’s logo includes two birds which symbolise freedom and community. For people with MS a life of choice and freedom is still possible and much support and information is available from the whole MS community.
Images of any type of bird or birds are acceptable. Images can be landscapes, close up, in-flight, resting etc. As the photographer, please ensure that no birds are in anyway harmed or caused any distress in the taking of any photograph and that you comply with all laws regarding the photography or birds, their eggs and their young in Ireland.
Further details are available on Multiple Sclerosis Ireland website and also their terms and conditions. As with all competitions, please read and understand the terms and conditions before you enter.
To enter, email your image to email@example.com and be aware of the following:
- The orientation of the calendar images should be landscape
- Images should be submitted as high quality jpgs, 2400 pixels on longest side
- Include your name, address, contact number & email with your entry
- Include you camera club and a short caption for the image with your entry
The Irish Photographic Federation are very proud to be involved in this project once again this year and look forward to seeing another beautiful calendar being produced with your support. Thank you to all who entered last year.
From MS Ireland:
“The money raised would be used to fund local services like individual and family support; exercise and physiotherapy programme; and information and support events. MS is a progressive, neurological condition which affects 8,000 families in Ireland. There is no cure for MS and as treatments are limited appropriate and timely support offered by MS Ireland is vital.”