K2 Photo Challenge

You all know how important good photography is when selling Conservatories, the right image of the right product can make or break a sale. If you have installed a K2 system that you think is of exceptional quality or unusual design, we’d love to see pictures, and we’re willing to bribe you!

Submit a set of photos (according to the guidlines listed further down) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and you could win one of these prizes!

N.B. This competition is opened to K2 trade customers only.

  • A night for two, with meals, at a 5 Star hotel (www.hotelduvin.com)

  • A3 Designer framed print of one of your images

  • A bottle of champagne

The photo set must...

  • be of non-standard installations (i.e. orangery, colour, bespoke shape)
  • NOT feature people or have any owners personal pictures on display
  • include 2 different external views, and 1 internal view (of the same installation!)
  • be at least 3600x2400 pixels in size, and of high quality (not over-compressed, blurry etc)
  • be entirely owned by you or your company (i.e. you took the photos, they were not supplied by the owner)
  • be supplied on the understanding that you grant K2 fully open licence to use and distribute the images

An example of what we are NOT looking for...

An example of what we ARE looking for...

Terms & conditions: By submitting your images, you grant K2 open licence to use and distribute all images as they see fit for perpetuity. Please ensure you have full copyright/ownership of images prior to submission. Winners will be informed by email by 31st August 2011, and K2’s decision is final. Hotel prize is a voucher valid for 12 months. The 2nd prize designer print will be of a style of K2’s choosing. Entries can be submitted any time up to 31st July 2011, entries received after this date will still be bound by these terms & conditions, but will not be eligible for a prize. In the unlikely event no submitted entries meet the criteria, K2 reserve the right to not award prizes.