ITI has launched its Work in the time of lockdown photo competition to capture the unique nature of working life for ITI members over the last year.
We are interested in images that:
- Capture the spirit of #ITICommunity – for example, network events and other ways in which you have kept in touch with the Institute and your fellow ITI members
- Represent your working life – for example, ways in which you have adjusted and adapted to deal with the changed environment
- Represent things that have challenged you, or that have helped to keep you positive and motivated over this period
Winners of the competition will be announced at the award presentation event at ITI’s conference in May, and there will be a prize for winning entries.
Photographs will be considered for inclusion in the ITI Annual Review, and there will also be a virtual exhibition of submitted images on the Institute website.
Submission of an image will be deemed as permission to use the photograph in the public domain in ITI media. Please also ensure that any other individuals featured in photographs have given their permission for this to take place.
Entries should include a short description (no more than 25 words) that explains what they represent, and how they relate to life in the time of a pandemic.
Pictures may be serious or humorous in nature. Photos should be submitted as JPEGS, with a maximum size of 10 MB. Please ensure images are of reasonable quality for reproduction - if it looks blurry to you, it will to us!
The limit on submissions is two per person.
Submit your pictures to [email protected] by 30 March.