PC Advisor reader photo competition

  Managing ed 14:52 07 May 2009

Okay, this is something a little bit different, so we'd appreciate a bit of forum support!

We're running a photography competition. Send us your best summer photographs, and the best five reader photos (as judged by PC Advisor staff) will be published on the site, with each winner receiving a copy of Corel PaintShop Pro.

All you have to do is email in your favourite summer snap. If we get sufficient good pics, we may even publish more than five, and get people to vote.

Let me know what you think of this as an idea, and get snapping!

For full competition details, click here

Matt Egan
Managing Editor

  ened 14:55 07 May 2009

How many entries is each person allowed?

  Managing ed 14:56 07 May 2009

...but as many as you like!


  hssutton 15:02 07 May 2009

Great idea, but the "summer" season has only just started when the comp closes.

  Seth Haniel 15:20 07 May 2009

Competiton closes, June 30 2009

So plenty of photos of black skies and rain ;)

  Managing ed 15:23 07 May 2009

hssutton, you're the sort of person who'd be useful to have around *before* decisions were made.

Photos that err toward the spring side of things will, of course, be considered... (And let's hope the recent good weather lasts).

  Managing ed 15:24 07 May 2009

Summer in the UK doesn't always mean sun!

  hssutton 15:24 07 May 2009

That's why I made the posting

Not quite sure when the 1st day of summer is, but it's approx June 21st, bound to get at least one decent day out of nine, I hope:}

  hssutton 15:28 07 May 2009

All in jest, apart from my first comment of "Great idea"

  Kevscar1 15:44 07 May 2009

If I win pass the prize on to someone else as I bought this prog earlier

  Forum Editor 16:53 07 May 2009

If you win we'll give you an autographed photo of me.

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