Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2018 in Denmark
Your contributions to the Danish section of the 2018 Wiki Loves Monuments (WLM) photo competition are most welcome! You may want to share some of your great photos taken while you were visiting Denmark, so we want to be sure you can do that easily. Please use the upload link for Denmark: Upload file
If you use the official competition upload form, your photos will appear on the category page for Danish WLM 2018 contributions.
Ensure that you follow the rules for the Danish section of the WLM 2018 competition:
- You must have taken the photo yourself and you must upload it yourself.
- The photo must be freely licensed; see Creative Commons and the Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) license.
- The photo must be uploaded in September 2018 to Wikimedia Commons. It doesn't matter when they were taken.
- You must be a registered user of Wikipedia / Wikimedia Commons. Wikimedia Commons stores the photographs and other images that can be freely used on Wikipedia and elsewhere. You will be prompted to register when you upload your photos.
- You must have a valid email address so we can contact you if you win!
- The competition applies only to monuments identified by the Danish Agency for Culture and Palaces ("Kulturstyrelsen"). They consider a monument something that is created by people, over a certain size, and of relevance for the Danish cultural heritage. This means that buildings, bridges, and dolmens are good monuments to photograph, but not statues, stone axes, or other objects that can be moved around. You might be able to find potential photo opportunities on the lists from their databases for protected buildings and discoveries or ancient monuments. In the tables there is a column with "Upload Photo" what you can use and already some information is added to the upload form.
The winner will be found by a jury, and the decision cannot be appealed. Jury members cannot participate in the competition.
For more information about the WLM 2018 competition itself, see the Wiki Loves Monuments 2018 page.