Photos can be viewed at Flickr or by going directly to https://www.flickr.com/photos/184611341@N04/albums/72157719023596972/
On the opening page, you'll see a montage of all of the photos. The title of a photo can be determined here, if desired, simply by floating the cursor over a particular photo.
A larger view of the photos can be provided by clicking on any photo - but we suggest clicking on the first photo (top left).
Now, you can scroll backwards or forwards through all of the photos by clicking either on the left hand side or the right hand side of the displayed photo / screen.
The title of each photo can be seen now by scrolling down the screen. It appears on the left hand side, by a camera icon and by the name "Dave Griffiths" who isn't necessarily the photographer but who simply owns the Flickr Album.
If you want to see the photos at maximum size, then switch your browser to "Full Screen" and click on the icon at the top right hand side of the Flickr screen - which shows two angled arrows pointing outwards, away from each other.
This is probably the best view of each photo and also means that your viewing of the photos shouldn't be interrupted by any adverts. It's definitely the recommended way to view the photos.
Once again, you can scroll through the photos by clicking on the left hand side or the right hand side of the screen. Unfortunately, however, the titles of the photos can't be seen from this screen - and you'll need to confirm the titles of your preferred photos by one of the methods described above.
Once you've decided which photos you wish to vote for, then you should confirm your choices to Jeff Burton, via email or any other means.
You can vote for up to three photos, but you can choose to vote for just one or two photos - if you prefer.
If voting for more than one photo, then you should nominate a first choice, second choice and third choice.
Your nominated photos should be identified by the title that appears against the photo on the Flickr album.
A first place photo will earn three points, second two points and third one point. Scores will then be added up to determine the winners.
Winning photos and photographers will be announced in week commencing 24th May, together with the results of the AGM votes.
The overall winner will win a trophy and a prize paid out of the Roger Codling legacy funds. In addition to winning prizes, the top three pictures will be published in Cyclonda in full colour.
All votes must be received by Jeff by 23:59 on 21st May to be counted.
Please note that entries for this year's competition are now closed. |
Up to three images can be entered per person
Photos can feature any subject, although cycling related photos may win you more votes
Please give each photo a title by which it can be identified
The photo(s) should have been taken within the last three years (ideally)
Use of digital editing should be limited to cropping or similar, as not everyone has access to sophisticated editing tools
Photo file sizes should be less than 1Mb in size, or they'll be reduced for you
Send your photo(s) to Dave Griffiths by 23rd April (St. George's day)
All photos will be uploaded to an on-line Flickr album, on or shortly after 24th April,
with a link from the Notts CTC website. The photographer's name will not be revealed on the Flickr site.
Between 24th April and 21st May, you will be able to look through the photos on the Flickr site, choose your favourite three pictures, then send your votes to Jeff Burton by e-mail or by post.
|Last updated 26 Apr 2021