Photography marketing

Sherwood Forest comes to life with an exciting photography competition

Marketing Nottingham and Visit Nottinghamshire have teamed up with the Miner2Major project and award-winning landscape photographer Tracey Whitefoot to organize the photography competition.

This will give visitors and locals the opportunity to be featured in Marketing Nottingham’s place marketing toolkit. https://marketingnottingham.uk/nottingham-toolkit/ and a chance of their images being used in promotional campaigns for Nottinghamshire.

It will also give photographers the chance to test their skills and win exciting prizes, including a one-on-one workshop with Tracey Whitefoot, with a chance to be featured in an online photography exhibit. The best photographs from each age group in each category will also receive a sweet treat from Doughnotts.

Woodland Lamp by Tracey Lightfoot

Kinga Kapias, Marketing and Communications Manager for Marketing Nottingham, said: “Having a place like Sherwood Forest is a huge asset to Nottinghamshire, so it’s important that we celebrate its past, while improving everything about it. makes such a fantastic place to live and visit, which is why the Miner2Major project is vital and why we’re keen to support it.

“Successful photographs will add to Marketing Nottingham’s library of marketing images and become part of Nottinghamshire’s history. We look forward to seeing Sherwood Forest through the eyes of residents and visitors.

Program Director for Miner2Major, Steve Little, commented: “The legendary Sherwood Forest is world famous and home to some of Nottinghamshire’s finest historic sites, buildings and natural habitats, and thanks to National Lottery players, the Miner2Major project helps celebrate this rich heritage and we are delighted to partner with Visit Nottinghamshire to pursue this goal.

Tracey added: “As a photographer I am passionate about the Nottinghamshire landscape and have been capturing it for over 15 years. I can’t wait to see the images people submit to the competition, and how they interpret and capture the beauty that Sherwood Forest has to offer.

Literally anyone can enter this contest, whether you have a phone camera or a DSLR, anything goes. It is a striking end result that we are looking for”.