Moto Foto 2015 – Upload your prized pic and win big!
Carole Nash and MCN are teaming up once again for Moto Foto 2015 – a showcase of the best amateur bike photography - with some great prizes to be won!
Everyone’s a winner with Carole Nash! Even if your entry doesn’t make one of the top spots, you can claim a free copy of Performance Bike, Ride, Classic Bike or Bike magazine just for taking part!
How to enter Moto Foto 2015
Open to all amateur photographers, Moto Foto 2015 is as easy to enter as ever – simply follow the instructions on the entry page and upload your motorcycling-related images, along with a description of your chosen photo.
Remember – the description you include could make all the difference in helping your entry stand out, giving you a better chance at winning big.
There are THREE CATEGORIES for Moto Foto 2015. Simply select the most appropriate category for your image from the following:
- Action - Off-road, stunt events, race meets
- Scenic/Touring - Either in the UK or abroad
- Static/Art – Classic or modern bikes as well as closeups and special effects.
When your photo has been uploaded successfully, you’ll receive details of how to claim your free magazine on the confirmation page.
What can you win from Moto Foto 2015?
The three best photos as chosen by the panel and you, the motorcycling public, will secure spots in the 2016 Carole Nash calendar, with the photographers scooping lucrative prizes including a first prize cash lump sum of £1,000 and some top-of-the-range Nikon kit.
Second place winner will receive £600 cash plus a Nikon camera bundle worth £429.99 while the lucky biker in third place will receive £400 and a Nikon camera with a value of more than £250.
Prizes will be handed out to winners on the Carole Nash stand at Motorcycle Live later this year – Watch this space for more details!
£1000 cash prize
PLUS Nikon D7200 + 18-105mm KIT
(RRP £1,119.99 / €1,449)
This DX-format D-SLR delivers sumptuous stills, excels at video and low-light settings, and is fully connected..
Class leading autofocus inherited from Nikon’s legendary professional cameras ensures precise subject acquisition down to -3 EV. A dedicated menu for movie settings and advanced options for audio control give moviemakers more flexibility. Functions for light trail photography and smooth time-lapse movies extend creative options, and NIKKOR lenses ensure rich detail. Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC support make it easy to upload impressive stills.
£600 cash prize
PLUS Nikon 1 J5 + 10-30mm PD Zoom Lens
(RRP £429.99 / €539.00)
Shoot thrilling 20.8-megapixel images and ultra-sharp 4K video. Miss nothing with faster shooting speeds than a D-SLR. Get creative with the tilting touchscreen and manual controls, then easily share every brilliant shot via your smart device with Wi-Fi and NFC technology.
£400 cash prize
PLUS COOLPIX S9900
Contemporary design with retro details - the 16-megapixel COOLPIX S9900 delivers high performance so you can find your own unique perspective, with a 30x optical zoom extendable to 60x Dynamic Fine Zoom¹ to bring textures and action up close.
Share shots instantly, with built-in Wi-Fi² and NFC³ support, as easily as tapping your camera to a smart device³. Wherever you travel, built-in GPS/GLONASS/QZSS record shooting locations for you too. Express yourself by capturing an unusual angle with the large vari-angle LCD screen or create an impressive Time-lapse movie easily in-camera.
Moto Foto 2015 judging
To mark Carole Nash’s 30th birthday and MCN’s 60th anniversary, there will be a two-tier judging process:
- A panel of representatives from both organisations will select the 60 best photos from the entries. These images will undergo a second round of judging by the biking community over at Carole Nash’s Facebook page.
- The ten top photos chosen will join 20 selected by the judges to create a shortlist of 30 images. These will then be whittled down to 12, which will face off against the public vote to determine first, second and third positions.
Last year’s entries TOP 12
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