International Working Holidays Photo Competition Rules, Terms & Conditions
Rules for entry
- Photos may be used at any time in other International Working Holidays/Camp America/Nannies Abroad marketing materials, including but not limited to: catalogs, brochures, flyers, posters, website, and social media. Payment will only be awarded for category-winning photos.
- You may enter as many photos as you like, but only one prize will be awarded per student regardless of how many photos are used.
- You may suggest a caption, but International Working Holidays does not guarantee it will be used.
- Pictures must be in good taste.
- Photos will not be returned and will become the property of International Working Holidays.
: Photos taken in places where International Working Holidays
conducts programs may have a greater chance of winning. Click here to see full list of International Working Holidays
- Contest open to all International Working Holidays program participants, past and present.
- Voting will close on the day stated on the competition.
- After the closing date, one image/video will be named as the winner in each category, based on the editor's choice.
- We reserve the right, at our discretion, to disqualify or discount any entrant, image, video or vote connected to votes cast by unfair means.
- Winners will be contacted.
- Competition open to all International Working Holidays participants, past and present, other than employees of International Working Holidays.
- There is no limit to the number of images/videos one person can submit but only one prize will be awarded per student regardless of how many images or videos are used.
- Each image/video can only be entered once. Duplicates will be removed.
- The image/video must have been created while abroad with International Working Holidays and must be your original photo or video. All photos and videos must be in good taste.
- Images may be used at any time in other International Working Holidays marketing materials, including but not limited to: catalogs, brochures, flyers, posters, website, and social media. Payment will only be awarded for category-winning photos. Videos may be used at any time in other International Working Holidays marketing campaigns, including but not limited to web, social media and emails.
- Images and videos will not be returned and will become the property of International Working Holidays.
- You must be the sole author and owner of the copyright of all images and videos entered.
- Source material or proof of permission to use must be made available on request by International Working Holidays.
- International Working Holidays does not accept any liability for the publication of unlawfully reproduced images.
- Computer-generated or computer-altered images and videos will not be accepted. Artwork and illustrations will not be accepted.
- To enter the photo contest, send image(s) that meet the criteria to email@example.com by the closing date specified within the contest, using the entry form provided on the page.
All images must be accompanied by:
- Your full name
- Mailing address, phone number and e-mail address
- Program date and location (ex: Camp America Summer 2015)
- Hometown in NZ
- A brief description of your photo — please be as specific as possible
- Instagram handle (aka your username aka @______)
- Each image should be a minimum of 300dpi and ideally at least 6MB in file size and/or at least 1050x1500 pixels.
International Working Holidays takes no responsibility for corrupted or late entries.
- By entering your image/video, you grant International Working Holidays the non-exclusive right to reproduce it for any purpose at any time in any media with attribution.
- The winners consent to the use of their image, video, name and/or photograph in any publicity carried out by International Working Holidays, without further compensation.
- International Working Holidays’ decision on all matters relating to the competition is final. No correspondence will be entered into.
- International Working Holidays reserves the right to withhold prizes if, in the opinion of the judges, the quality of entries falls below the standard required.