airscene 2020 airshow calendar competition


This is THE competition for those who specialise in aircraft photography. Started in 2007 it has over the years received some of the most iconic images of aircraft at public airshows.

The Airscene competition is for photographs featuring aircraft, static or display at Air Shows or Aviation Museum. During the Competitions Main Phase (Now Open) entrants may submit 2 entries taken during 2019.

Prizes currently confirmed include: Book vouchers from Key Publishing, tickets for RIAT and Cosford Air Shows (2020), museum entry tickets, wallets and a 36" Fine Art Print.

Entries for the competition must be submitted by 30 September 2019.

For further information please visit the 2020 Airshow Calendar Competition website.

This competition meets all the standards set out in
the Artists Bill of Rights


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