North East photographic gallery
PUBLISHED: 14:50 21 February 2011 | UPDATED: 16:53 20 February 2013
The North East's top amateur photographers showcase their work, and you can too. Whether it's in Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham or Cleveland, North East Life would love to see your photos
March Reader Photos
Well, we asked you to send in your snow pictures and you have certainly obliged. These pages might send a shiver down your spine, but doesn't the North East look beautiful in deep mid-winter?
View the Gallery on the right for this months best reader photos
It couldnt be easier to submit your photographs for our consideration. Send them o a disk as jpegs or tiffs at 300 dpi. Ideally, files should be between 1mg and 2mg in size.
Mark the disk NEL Reader Photos and write on the disk your name, town or village and contact phone number.
Include a Word document on the disk, giving your name, full postal address, contact phone number, email address (if available) and captions stating the location of the photographs you are submitting.
The promotion is only open to amateur photographers. Each photograph must have been taken by the entrant and must be an image from within the counties of Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham and Cleveland. Pictures selected for publication will be chosen by co-editors Sue Campbell and Andrew Smith. Entry will recognise our right to publish the pictures in North East Life at a date or dates to be decided by the co-editors. We also reserve the right to use photographs for North East Life promotional features. The name of the photographer will be credited on all published pictures.
Send your entry to Reader Photos, North East Life, PO Box 199, Hexham, Northumberland NE46 9AG.
*Please make sure your images are copies we cannot undertake to return discs.
In addition to submitting hi-res images on disk as requested for the Gallery pages, readers can now post their photographs on our website, Great British Life.
Here are a pick of the best uploaded to the website so far
February Reader Photos
The regions top amateur photographers showcase their work