Photo By Thane Skiller (LDRyder)
Did you take an awesome photo this month?
Why not submit it in the MTF Monthly Photo Contest?
Looking for photography tips?
Check out the
Photography Tips page put together by one our MTF members
To submit a photo, all you need to do is go to the
Motorcycle Tourer's Forum and submit your photo in the MTF Events & Services Folder -
Photo Contest thread for the current month.
All details for the month are normally in the first message.
Basic guidelines for the Photo Contest are listed below:
- Each months winning photo will be used for the same month in the
2009 MTF calendar.
- The photo must be taken in the month/year of entry.
- The photo must be yours or you must have permission to use it.
- Last day for submittal is normally the 4th day of the following month.
- A link to the photo must be in the Delphi MTF thread opened for the current month.
- The winner and runner-up will be qualified in the Best Photo of the Year voting.
- How many photos can you submit?
- As many as you want but remember this is a contest. Please share all of your pictures in the
other folders and limit those submited to this thread as your best pictures.
- What is the purpose of the contest?
- To get the best picture for the MTF Calendar.
- What does the M stand for? Motorcycle.
- Your picture should be motorcycle related. It can be a twisty road without a motorcycle, rider, etc,
but a beautiful scenic view that you saw while on a ride does not scream motorcycle and will likely
not be competitive. What we don't want you to do is quit sharing your photos.
We just want you to pick the best for the contest and share the rest in another thread when
you tell us about your trip. We definitely don't want you to quit sharing those beautiful scenic
shots in the other threads.
- We also don't want you to wait till the last minute to submit all your photos
All the photos submitted during the months can be viewed by using the links below:
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