Mackenzie Smith Photo Competition BannerCompetition closes on 1st November 2014

Two chances to win £250 for you and £250 for a charity of your choice in Mackenzie Smith’s Photography Competition.

We are looking for 12 photographs to represent all the seasons in our calendar so if you have a photo you took earlier in the year don’t hesitate to send it in, you can send in as many as you like up until the competition closes at midnight on 1st November, though only your top entry will be formally entered into the competition.

In this beautiful area you are spoilt for choice of subject; beautiful character buildings, blooming flora, village duck ponds, commons and greens, fetes and festivals, contemporary architecture, historic monuments, the Basingstoke canal, Ash Ranges and lakes, Elvetham Heath, the Surrey Hills and the beautiful Hampshire countryside all provide an ideal opportunity for you to take a snapshot and have a chance to win.

Facebook likes count so if you enter make sure you like and share your photo on our Facebook page. A panel of judges will assess the photos in two age categories (under 18’s or 18 and over) on composition, technical ability, originality, commercial appeal and suitability for inclusion in the calendar.

How to Enter

Simply send your 1MB+ landscape photograph to with your name, age, contact details and where the photo was taken, to enter. For full information terms & conditions visit our photography competition web page.

There will be two grand prize winners in under 18’s and 18’s & over age categories, with £250  going to each grand prize winner and Mackenzie Smith then also donating  £250 to a charity of the winners choosing.

The twelve best entries will make up our 2015 calendar with the twelve photographers all receiving a free copy.

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A selection of recent entries…

  Adonis, TheAviator, Farnborough competition entr Fleet Pond, Chris Straker Robert Cornwell Basingstoke canal in snow Frencham Pond Reflection Layla Jones