We need your photos of products with the mark...

and a great shot of your factory, too.

WE always need good quality photographs of your products with the Made in Britain mark. We use them on the website and for PR purposes, so by sending us your pictures your products could reach a huge audience.

But this week we also need one more stunning factory photograph. Back in the spring, we published this story appealing for photographs of your manufacturing facility to put into the 2021 Made in Britain calendar. We got 12 great shots but we've now decided we don't want to repeat one on the cover, we want a 13th image. It might not be the chosen cover image, we might swap one of the monthly shots for the cover, but we do need one extra photograph of a member's factory to complete the set.

The calendars will be produced for Made in Britain by member Allen & Bertram, which is famous for its superb quality print products.

If you have stunning photographs that show the drama, the scale, the complexity, the skills, the tradition or the sheer beauty of your production processes, please let Made in Britain see them.

Photographs for consideration must be high-definition images of 300dpi and no smaller than 3000 x 2000 pixels in landscape orientation. JPEG files should not be compressed too much so file sizes should be at least 5MB.

Pictures can be taken by professional or amateur photographers and you must have permission to use them for this purpose, granted by the copyright owner. So, whether you have had some spectacular shots created for your brochure, or if you have a skilled amateur photographer who works with you and you let them loose in the factory, one of those photographs could represent your business for a whole month during 2021.

We expect members to pay photographers a fair fee for any images taken specifically for this opportunity. In addition, Made in Britain will pay the photographer £100 if his or her image is selected for the calendar. Made in Britain is paying for the creation and distribution of the calendars, providing a showcase for members’ images and factories, so please make sure your photographer agrees to these terms.

Got anything that will blow our socks off? Send it to editor@madeinbritain.org as soon as you can.

 

By Made in Britain 1 month ago | Made in Britain news

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