The Redline Challenge, for ambitious amateur photographers who want to stretch their creativity and test their technical know-how, is now entering the judging phase. A panel of judges made up of professional photographers and industry experts has been assembled, and they will be looking for images that best meet the "Light in the Dark" brief set by Canon Ambassador Lorenz Holder. Creativity, impact and technical prowess will also be key considerations.
Each valid submission will be reviewed intensely and rigorously, with images facing a tough voting process to make it through each round of the three-stage judging process. The final stage will see our panel of judges come together to choose the overall winner from a shortlist of 20 entries.
So who are the judges, and what will they be looking for in the submissions? What makes a prize-winning image?