Get involved! 2021 Lotus Seven Club Calendar Photo Competition

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Get involved! 2021 Lotus Seven Club Calendar Photo Competition

We may not have been able to get out and about in our cars quite as much as usual this year, but that’s no reason to break with the tradition of a Club calendar illustrated with members’ photos.  So, not only is this your chance to have your photographs immortalised in print and hanging on members’ walls around the world, but those whose shots get selected will be rewarded with vouchers towards any product or service that the Club sells, including merchandise, Club-organised events, trackdays or membership renewals.

So, please dig into your archives and send us your favourite shots of “Seven Life”.  It could be touring, events, track days, cars – the only real limit is your imagination.  We particularly look forward to receiving photos that show the diversity that we have within our members in terms of location, age, gender, hobbies etc.  A short caption for each picture submitted would be greatly appreciated, as any photo that is not used on the calendar may well be chosen to appear in Lowflying at a later date.

PLEASE NOTE: Because of the calendar’s layout, pictures will need to be in landscape format.  Please also make sure that files are sent in the highest resolution possible to ensure good quality reproduction. 

Please send entries to [email protected] with a single picture and caption per email.  A maximum of five pictures is allowed per person and  membership number.

Please mark all entries with the subject title “Club Calendar 2021 Photo Competition”.  Submissions should include your name, phone number and Club membership number.

Twelve entries will be selected for the calendar, and the following prizes will be on offer:

  • 1st Prize £50 credit towards a Club product or service.
  • 2nd Prize £30 credit towards a Club product or service.
  • The remaining selected entrants will receive a £15 credit towards a Club product or service.

Terms and Conditions.

1) The closing date for the competition is Friday 15th November 2020.  Images received after this date will not be eligible for consideration.

2) The competition is open to Club members only. Although you are welcome to submit up to five pictures per membership number, typically no more than one from any member’s set will be chosen for the final winning selection.

3) No images submitted to previous years’ competition will be considered.

4) Entrants must warrant that the photograph that they are submitting is their own work, that they own the copyright for it and that they have obtained any necessary consents relating to its capture and reproduction.

5) Entrants will retain the copyright to the image, but by entering, agree to allow the Lotus Seven Club licence to reproduce the submitted images royalty free in any manner that the Club deems fit for Club purposes.

6) The prizes of credit towards a Club product or service can be redeemed up until 31 December 2021 by placing an order via the Club office.  Any remaining credit after this date will expire.

7) The Club will endeavour to credit your picture wherever possible with an appropriate attribution, but this is not guaranteed.

8) Late, incomplete or corrupt entries will not be accepted. No responsibility can be accepted for lost entries and proof of transmission will not be accepted as proof of receipt.

9) The judges’ decision is final.

10) The Club reserves the right to alter the prizes awarded in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

11) Submission of an entry implies acceptance of these terms and conditions in full.

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Excellent Michael. It is a lot of work for you.

The calendar is one reason the LowFlying binders are now a little deeper than they used to be and have a 13th thread; it allows members to file their calendar with the 12 editions.

Stephen

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