Focus Environment 2013 Terms and Conditions
1. The promoter of Focus Environment ("the Competition") is Chevron Australia Pty Ltd of 250 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000 (“Chevron Australia”).
2. The competition is open to any student studying in Western Australia in years 4 to 12.
3. All photographs must be taken in Western Australia.
4. Entry in the competition is free of charge.
5. All photographs must be submitted by 5:00pm WST on Monday 2 September 2013.
6. Photograph and caption must be entrant’s own work.
7. Photographs may be colour, sepia or black and white.
8. Digital photographs must be a minimum resolution of 300dpi.
9. Photo submissions must have permission from all people appearing in the photo before a photo can be submitted.
10. Each student may enter a maximum of two photos in each of the three subject categories: Celebrating Human Energy, Protecting our Planet's Sustainability and Respecting Biodiversity. Students who submit more than the maximum allowed photos will be automatically disqualified from the competition.
11. Each photograph must be accompanied by a title and a caption of up to 25 words addressing the subject category. This caption must be written by the photographer.
12. Basic digital manipulation to achieve realistic colour balance and sharpness is permitted by students, but photographs deemed to have been highly digitally enhanced may be disqualified. In the case of winners, Chevron Australia has the right to request RAW files to be submitted for review if the authenticity of the image is questioned.
13. Chevron Australia reserves the right to edit captions that are over 25 words or that have grammatical or spelling errors.
14. Entry to the Competition is by registering and uploading a photograph taken by the entrant in Western Australia via the Chevron Australia website in accordance with these Terms and Conditions and the directions contained on this website.
15. Mailed entries will not be accepted.
16. Winners will be notified by mail.
17. In the event of the winning student being home schooled the school prize will not be awarded.
18. Chevron Australia’s decision is final (including in relation to its attempts to contact any winner) and no correspondence will be entered into, including in the event of a dispute.
19. The judges retain the right not to make an award in a given category.
20. All photographs entered in the Competition become the property of Chevron Australia. By submitting a photograph, each student grants Chevron Australia and its related bodies corporate a royalty free, perpetual, non-exclusive licence to use and reproduce the photograph for any purpose.
21. Photographs may also be used by Chevron Australia’s competition media partner, West Australian Newspapers through its Newspapers in Education program for the purpose of cross promotion.
22. Personal details collected on this entry form will only be used for the purposes of this competition and related promotion.
23. Entrants MUST inform their parents or guardians of their intention to enter the competition and have their permission BEFORE entering.