How to enter?
To enter the competition, publish your “Let There Be Light” blog post on your own blog containing two images – one showcasing natural light and one showcasing artificial light.
The blogger with the most creative and interesting use of light will win! In your blog post you’ll also need to include a follow link to http://www.urbancottageindustries.com/
All entries must be made via a blog post.
Entrants must notify Yoma.co.uk of their entry by 31st January at 11.59pm.
Entrants via Twitter must include @urbancottageindand #LetThereBeLight in their tweet when linking to their blog post.
Entrants notifying us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) must include a link to their post as well as their name and email address.
Winners will be notified via email on 14th February.
The winner will be awarded with a £500 Amazon voucher to spend on photography equipment, and the 5 runners up will receive a personalised Moleskine notebook.
By entering the competition, you warrant that:
You are aged 18 or over and eligible to enter this promotion.
Your entry is your own work and has not been previously licensed or published;
Your entry does not infringe a third party’s copyright or privacy;
Your entry does not contain any virus, bug or technical defect that would corrupt or otherwise affect the security, integrity or operation of the competition entry page or any Urban Cottage Industries web pages or databases.
We are tolerant of image editing and will allow images to be edited with software as we do not wish to inhibit your creative freedom. Entries will be judged on a case by case basis.
It is the legal responsibility of the entrants, and not the promoters, to ensure they comply with copyright requirements and own the rights to use their blog for the purposes of this competition.
We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to reject any blog post entry which we deem to contain any objectionable or offensive content. A photo which displays an identified or identifiable person may infringe on that person’s right of privacy or may disclose that person’s personal information and we would therefore advise that permission is sought to use such photographs. We recommend you avoid submitting images which depict people in private or vulnerable situations.
To contact the promoters in relation to this competition, including to remove your entry and withdraw from the competition, please email email@example.com.