Change Checker Coin Photo of the Year 2017

We’ve launched our search for the Change Checker Coin Photo of the Year 2017.  If you have a passion for coins and enjoy photography, this is the competition for you.

Anybody can enter and we don’t mind how the photo is taken, SLR, Phone and Digital cameras are all absolutely fine.

You do not need to be a professional, just that you enjoy taking photos. If this is the first photography competition you have entered, good for you!

How does it work?

There are 4 categories:

  • Week 1: Nature and Landscapes
  • Week 2: Urban
  • Week 3: Sport
  • Week 4: Architecture

The categories are flexible and open to interpretation as we want you to be as creative as possible.

Each week we’ll ask you to post your photos on to our Instagram page with #coinphotoawards2017. At the end of each week, we’ll select our favourite 4 photos; these will be uploaded to the Change Checker Blog where the public can then vote for their favourite the following week.

The photo with the most votes each week wins that category and will be put through to the Grand Final at our Change Checker Awards 2017 in December.

When is the competition?

The dates of the competition are:

The winner of each category will be announced weekly on the Monday after voting closes.

What do I win?

Each weekly winner will be awarded The Complete Change Checker Album.

The Coin Photo of the Year 2017, the overall winner (announced in December), will win their photograph professionally printed and framed.

Are there any rules?

Here are the most important two:

  • Your photo MUST be uploaded to our Instagram page with #coinphotoawards2017, any entries uploaded to our other social media channels will not be considered.
  • Your photo must be 100% your own work.

Good luck and we look forward to seeing all your fantastic photographs!


Terms and Conditions
  • Copyright will be assigned to Change Checker (Westminster Collection) for any photographs submitted
  • Children under the age of 18 must gain permission from parents/guardian before entering the competition
  • The overall winner must agree to participate in publicity surrounding the competition
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