Summer in the City
Capture your favourite moment of summer 2015 and enter it into this year’s Liverpool Cathedral Annual Photo Competition.
There’s a great summer in prospect, from a full programme of festivals to simply enjoying all that this great city has to offer visitors and locals alike. This year’s competition encourages all amateur photographers to keep your cameras with you and get snapping what ‘Summer in the City’ represents to you.
All you have to do then is select a favourite image taken in either the Hope Street area or wider city centre, print it in A4 format, fill out the simple application form and send it to Liverpool Cathedral.
All our entries will be on show in this year’s ‘People’s Winner’ public vote and there’s the chance to win fantastic prizes including overnight hotel stays, theatre and exhibition tickets, meals, photographic workshops, tours and trips.
The competition is now open for entries and will run until Tuesday 1st September 2015.
Inspiring young photographers
Our Summer Holiday family activities that take place each Wednesday in the school summer holidays will have a photographic theme to help encourage our budding junior photographers. More info will be available soon.
How to enter
Send in your image on A4 print copy in colour or black and white accompanied by an entry form. Electronic versions cannot be accepted. Rules and entry forms are available on our Welcome Desk, by post or downloadable at the bottom of this page.
Closing date: 6.00pm Tuesday 1st September 2015
1. Hope Street area: junior (up to 17) and adult (17 and over)
2. City centre: junior and adult
(you can submit one image per catergory)
Our expert judges
Mike McCartney – renowned photographer
Martin Birchall – award-winning former Echo photographer
Paul McMullin – international architectural photographer
Chris Brown – Director, Marketing Liverpool
10th – 12th September: all entries will be displayed at Liverpool Cathedral for the public to vote for their winner!
‘Summer in the City’ Exhibition
10th September – 3rd October Exhibition of Entries at the Cathedral (after 12:00 only on Sundays)