GP Life: Win a £650 Nikon D50

Transport is the theme of our latest photo competition. You could win a Nikon D50 digital SLR complete with 18-55mm lens.

The compact Nikon D50 is ideal for those new to digital SLR photography.

It features a 6.1 pixel CCD image sensor, an intuitive menu with a 'help' feature and a two-inch LCD monitor. It also offers high-speed continuous shooting at 2.5 frames per second.The prize includes the new AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-55mm lens.

Terms and conditions

Each entrant may submit up to three photographs, which should be supplied, if possible, as high-resolution digital images on CD. We can also accept prints, provided they are no larger than 255mm x 204mm (10in x 8in) and unmounted. Images cannot be returned unless you include a padded, self-addressed envelope. Haymarket Medical Publications accepts no responsibility for lost or damaged entries.

Photographs must be taken by the entrant, who must hold copyright. GP will have the right, with no further permission or payment, to publish all or part of any entry, or use it in any way it thinks fit in connection with this competition.

Use for any other purpose will be with the photographer's permission.

How to enter

The entry form and full details of the prize are at


- Entries must be sent to Jason Lancy, GP Photography Competition, 174 Hammersmith Road, London W6 7JP. Please enclose a padded SAE if you want your prints/CD to be returned.

Please read terms and conditions below.

Closing date is Monday 27 February

- First prize is a Nikon D50 digital SLR camera plus 18-55mm lens, worth £650. There are two second prizes of £100 Jessops vouchers.

- The judging panel comprises Jason Lancy, Haymarket Medical Publications picture editor, Dr Colin Shawcross, Sheffield GP, and Dr Duncan Darbishire, Cumbria GP and associate of the Royal Photographic Society.

- The judges' decision is final, and no correspondence can be entered into. No alternative, cash or otherwise, will be given for any of the prizes.

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