The Institute of Archaeologists - Photographic Competition 2012
A picture tells a thousand words ... and can reveal telling details about our archaeological heritage and the process of investigating and recording it. Twelve photographs will be selected by the judges to feature on the website. The two photographers who, in the opinion of the judges, submit images that best capture “Irelands Archaeology” will each receive a Family Heritage Card which gives free access to many of Ireland’s premier heritage sites.
What to photograph
Submit images (up to five per entry) which best encapsulate some aspect of Ireland’s rich archaeological heritage. Your image could capture an evocative megalithic tomb at dusk, a richly ornamented high cross, remnants of historic fabric in a modern urban landscape, an archaeological object or people investigating or recording their heritage! Twelve photos will be selected to be
featured on the IAI website for the next year. Photographs must be taken in Ireland. The winning photographs will be featured on the IAI website.
It is best not to include recognisable people or company logos.
Only colour photographs in a landscape format are acceptable. A panel of judges nominated by IAI will select the winners and their decision is final.
How to Enter
The competition is open to members and non-members of IAI. The closing date for the competition is midnight on June 21, 2012.
Email entries to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information visit www.iai.ie