Following on from the success of the first AGS Photography competition last year, the AGS are holding their first official video competition for the geotechnical and geoenvironmental industry.
We’re on the lookout for your most creative video clips, including labs testing, site operations, work in offices, training and drone footage, as the AGS are looking to create a video which represents the diversity of the geotechnical and geoenvironmental industry.
Entry into the competition is free and the winner of the competition will win a hamper basket from luxury retailer, Fortnum and Mason, and two runners up will receive a bottle of champagne.
All entries will be reviewed by the AGS Officers, who will decide on a shortlist and overall winner. Full details will be announced in the March/April 2020 issue of AGS Magazine.
The AGS are looking for high quality video clips of a geotechnical and geoenvironmental nature. Video clips can include projects, laboratory testing, collaborative working and more. Videos featuring staff should demonstrate health and safety procedures are in place, if appropriate.
HOW TO ENTER
Please email across your video clips before Monday 3rd February 2020 with the below points listed to email@example.com. Please list the email subject as ‘AGS Video Competition 2019’;
o A short description of what it showcases and where it was taken (up to 50 words)
o Credit information (if applicable)
o Your full name
o Company name
o Postal address
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
• There is no limit to the number of videos you enter.
• The deadline for entries is Monday 3rd February 2020.
• Entry into the competition is free
• Applicants must be aged 18 or over.
• Video clips should be sent in standard video format.
• Applicants must be based in the UK.
• The photographer must have full copyright of all entered videos.
• All videos entered may be reproduced by the AGS and used in future AGS event and marketing literature without prior notice. This may include usage across the AGS’ social media channels, inclusion in the AGS Magazine and on the AGS website. The clips may also be edited by the AGS.