IFA Countryside Photography Competition
Over the last few years, we have all come to appreciate the countryside and the benefits it brings.
IFA Countryside is very excited to launch its very own Photography Competition.
The aim of the competition is to showcase the beauty of the Irish Countryside.
You don’t need a fancy or expensive camera to take beautiful images; a smartphone and a little creativity
go a long way. Here’s everything you need to know about how to enter.
Theme of the IFA Countryside Photography Competition
The theme of the competition is ‘Exploring the Irish Countryside‘ which includes a rich tapestry of wildlife, landscape, seascape and nature/fauna. We are looking for Images that you capture while out and about in the countryside.
We can only accept images in landscape format and a maximum size of 50 MB.
Prize and Deadline Details
There will be one overall winner who will receive a €500 cash prize.
Entries must not have won other national or international competitions.
The winner will be chosen by a judging panel whose decision will be final. Keep an eye on our social media platforms for our feature favourites.
We can only accept online entries which are uploaded to our official entry form.
A maximum of five entries per participant will be accepted.
You must submit your entries by 30th November 2023.
Please read the full Terms and Conditions before entering the competition.
So dust of those camera skills and get snapping!
To submit your entry, please complete the following details
Terms & Conditions
All images must be taken in Ireland (including its Islands and Sea Territories) and submitted by midnight 30th November 2023.
The Judges’ decision is final and binding in all situations; no correspondence will be entered into.
By entering the competition and submitting your photo, you hereby grant IFA a license to use your photograph.
Entry to the Competition shall be deemed full acceptance of the terms & conditions.
Images of nesting birds will not be accepted. Be aware that under Section 23 (6)(b) of the Wildlife Act, 1976 (as amended), a person requires a license to take or make photographic, video or other pictures of a protected wild animal of a species specified in the license, on or near the breeding place of such an animal. You can read more about this here.
An animal’s welfare must come first. Entrants must not do anything to injure or distress an animal or damage its habitat in an attempt to secure an image. All entries must include a valid email address. File names should include the name of the photographer and the title of the image.
The maximum number of submissions per participant is 5 images.
All images for entry must be submitted using the official entry form.
Images must be in JPEG format
Images should be 100% quality (JPEG)