Skye Photo Challenge

-Over £2000 worth of prizes to be won-

  • Results

    The 2016 Winners are announced!

    The winner of the competition was chosen by you.

    The top ten photographs are chosen by our Judges, then the public voted.

  • Prizes

    There are many Great Prizes to be Won.

    With over £2000 worth of prizes to be won get your camera out and explore the Island of Skye.

    First place wins £1000 cash and a 2 night break at Kinloch Lodge.

  • Judging

    The Challenge will be Judged in November 2016.

    Three professional Skye based photographers all hugely experienced will help judge.

    There will be 3 rounds to whittle down the entries to find our winners with the final round being a public vote.

  • Rules

    The Challenge has strict Rules to follow.

    The competition is open to all photographers from any nation whether professional or amateur.

    Only images of the Isle of Skye will be eligible for entry, but can be of any subject (landscape, wildlife, portrait).

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Results

Tick

The top 10 entries were selected by our judges and then the public voted. The results are in and the winner is . . .

Prizes

Cup

Over £2000 worth of prizes to be won, including £1000 cash for the winner, and a weekend break for two at Kinloch Lodge.

Judging

COG

All entries will be judged, and the top 10 will be published here for a public vote to decide the winner.

Rules

Camera

Please read the competition rules before entering. All images must be of the Isle of Skye, but can be submitted by anyone.

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Skye Photo Challenge
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First Round

Round-1

All images entered will be judged anonymously by Marcus McAdam, he will decide the top 50 which will go through to the second round.

Second Round

Round-2

Judged anonymously by our professional panel selecting the final 10 images which will be showcased on this website for a public vote.

Final

Round-3

Public voting will open on Nov 6h and will be closed on Nov 13th. The winner will be announced on Nov 14th.

2016

The top 10 entries from 2016