Photographers have the opportunity to enter General or Motorsport categories in the 2020 Guild of Motoring Writers Awards.
The Audi Photographic Awards offer a £250 prize for the best in each category, although participants may enter both.
Entrants in each category supply a portfolio of six images taken on assignment during the eligible period which have been submitted for publication – although they do not necessarily have to have been published. Supporting material showing published photographs is encouraged.
Judges are looking for an innovative or instinctive angle on photographing vehicles or motorsport action in all its diverse outlets. The winner will be selected for his or her range of photographic techniques across the full selection of their entered work.
There are nine other categories with cash prizes available, and finalists will be announced in mid-January, with an awards ceremony broadcast online in February to announce the winners.
The entry form, information about the awards, and the rules for entry can be found at www.gomw.co.uk/awards.
Candidates are advised to read the online instructions carefully before entering. If you have any questions about the entry procedure, contact Honorary Secretary, Richard Netherwood email: [email protected].
Photo Captions: Audi UK head of PR Gavin Ward presents trophies to Jayson Fong, winner of the Motosport category (main photo), and Nick Dimbleby, winner of the General category (above), in 2019.