ENTER AND VOTE

CALL FOR ENTRIES:

The contests below are now open for submissions.
When voting starts, the entry period will be over and no further images can be submitted.
Check back after the voting starts so you can vote for your favorite. You will have one week to review the images and submit your two votes.
Winners will be announced at the next SFUPS meeting.

REMEMBER:

  1. Only TWO (2) entries per person per month.
  2. RESIZE your images (1400 pixels on the long side)
  3. DO NOT include your name in the image title (Ex: What’s That Thing!)
  4. RENAME your file using your photo title, month and category. Do not use spaces or special characters.
    DO NOT include your name. (Ex: WhatsThatThing-JuneMastr)

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE PHOTO CONTEST RULES

CLICK HERE FOR PRINTABLE PHOTO SUBMISSION AND VOTING INSTRUCTIONS .pdf

CLICK HERE FOR PRINTABLE VIDEO SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS .pdf

OCTOBER MASTERS CONTEST:

OCTOBER CHALLENGERS CONTEST:

SHIPWRECK IN THE ENVIRONMENT – WIDE ANGLE – Show a shipwreck in its environment, surrounded on all sides by water, sand, reef, ets. In other words, not just a part of a wreck or interior of a shipwreck.

WIDE ANGLE FEATURING HARD CORALS – WIDE ANGLE – Wide angle scene with hard corals as the main subject. Can feature a single brain coral, a stand of Elkhorn or a vast hard coral garden.

OCTOBER VIDEO CONTEST:

BEST DIVE OR DESTINATION – VIDEO – Edited video from a single dive, a favorite dive site or your favorite dive destination. Maximum 2 minutes.

Edited video from a single dive, a favorite dive site or your favorite dive destination. Maximum 2 minutes.
Two entries allowed per person.

Videos to be kept anonymous. No identifying name or watermarks.

Video must be submitted in VIMEO format. CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS

NOVEMBER MASTERS CONTEST:

NOVEMBER CHALLENGERS CONTEST:

DINNER TIME – ANY LENS – A predator catching and/or eating its prey. Prey must be clearly visible. Must be natural predation and not shark feeding or feeding of speared lionfish.

SHOOTING DOWN – ANY LENS – Best composition using a high viewpoint shooting straight down on a subject.