ASHA Youth Photo Contest

SHA also recognizes the artistic side of our junior members through our annual ASHA Youth Photo Contest. Photographs of a living American Saddlebred horse are to be taken by an ASHA junior member. (Sorry, no model horses!) You may submit as many photographs as you like, and awards are given in two age divisions, 13 & under and 14-20.  So, ready, get set, shoot! Send in your photo before November 30. Contact Brenda Newell for your entry form by e-mailing b.newell@asha.net.

ASHA Youth Photo Contest Rules

  • All entrants must be ASHA junior members age 20 years or under by November 30.
  • Photographs must be the entrant’s own work and must be taken by the youth member, not an adult.
  • All photographs must be of a living American Saddlebred horse.
  • Entries will not be returned. They will become the property of ASHA and may be reproduced in any manner by ASHA for publication, promotion, display, or distribution.
  • All photos must be 8 x 10, unmatted and unframed. All digital images should be submitted on disk or e-mailed to b.newell@asha.net. Please indicate in the subject line: Photo Contest Entry. Digital entries must be sized to approximately 8” x 10” and saved in .jpg format at medium compression with a resolution of 300 dpi.
  • You may submit as many photos as you like; however, a separate entry form must be taped to the back of each photo or included with disk or e-mail. Only one entry per contestant will be awarded a prize.
  • Photos will be judged on creativity, originality and quality of photography. Judging will take place at ASHA, and winners will be notified no later than December 31.
  • No entry fee.
  • Two age divisions, 13 & under and 14-20.
  • Photo may include individuals as well as other props. If photo includes a person(s), that person(s) must give written consent and sign waiver on entry form.

Contest Entry Form

 2013 Youth Photo Contest Award Winners

Junior Division – Ages 13 & Under Senior Division – Ages 14-20

 

"Gazing" by Allison Cloud

 "Sport Out On The Trail" by Camryn Mallery

 

 


 

 

 

 



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