The JTC has now closed for entries and judging is currently underway. A special panel of judges is busy curating the Diamond (re)Collection and we will announce which entries will be presented to the Queen very soon. In the meantime you can explore our iPod winner's entries below and remember to check back here for the RPS Jubilee Award announcement!
The Royal Photographic Society Jubilee Award closed for entries on 30th September 2012. Results will be announced here in the autumn.
"Connecting Cultures for the Jubilee": This year the Royal Photographic Society (RPS), in partnership with the Royal Commonwealth Society, ran a unique 2012 Award for the Commonwealth – the Royal Photographic Society Jubilee Award.
The RPS invited Commonwealth photographers to submit a photographic piece to the Jubilee Time Capsule (JTC) to mark Her Majesty the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The prize for the top winner of the RPS Jubilee Award is:
Images had to relate to a day in the last 60 years that was important to the photographer, their family or community.
For full terms and conditions, please see the Royal Photographic Awards website
A number of JTC contributors were lucky enough to be awarded with a specially engraved iPod Touch. iPods were awarded to contributors who submitted entries that were particularly creative, insightful and of excellent quality. Explore some of the prizewinning entries below.
New iPod winner:
|Week 1:||Chiang Yan Li from Nanyang Girls' High School, Singapore
18th August 2012 – Nanyang’s 94th & 95th Anniversaries
June and July winners:
|Week 1:||Rauhah Mushtaq from Lahore College of Arts Sciences, Pakistan
12th Sept 2010 – The Day I Kept My First Fast
|Week 2:||Charlie Cornick from Sunninghill Preparatory School in Dorset, England
11th July 1969 – My Granddad Meets The Queen
|Week 3:||Sidiapelo Babish from Gaborone, Botswana
3rd June 2012 – Celebrating My 21st Birthday at the Big Jubilee Lunch on the Diamond Jubilee Weekend in Gaborone, Botswana
|Week 4:||Carson Vander Noot from British Columbia, Canada
15th June 2011 – The Day that Darkness Never Fell
|Week 5:||Asmita Saha from Bangladesh
3rd Jan 2012 – The Fairness Dilemma
|Week 6:||Emily Insanally from St Joseph's Convent School, Trinidad and Tobago
20th April 2012 – Gymnastics in Barbados!
|Week 7:||Molly Wootton from the UK
18th July 2002 – My Nana Taking Part in the Golden Jubilee
|Week 8:|| Sacha Bhuchar from the UK
7th December 2011 – Haydon School London 2012 Olympic and Paralymic Games Balloon Launch!!
National Express partnered with the Royal Commonwealth Society on the Jubilee Time Capsule. There was a special section of the competition available to National Express staff and customers, for more information on this, please go to www.nationalexpress.com/jubilee
The deadline for submissions was 30th September 2012, results will be announced in the autumn.