Thank you for visiting the new City of Worcester website! The new site has been designed with the user experience in mind, to improve navigation and aesthetics of the City's web presence, and to make city government more accessible to the public.
New and improved features include:
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Let's highlight all of the things that make Worcester great! We want you to help us show off our city by sending in your best photos around the City of Worcester. We're inviting everyone from amateur enthusiasts to professional photographers to participate. If chosen, your photographs may appear on the City's website!
All photographs should accurately reflect the subject matter and the scene as it appeared (no selfies please). Photos that have been digitally altered beyond standard optimization (removal of dust, cropping, reasonable adjustments to exposure, color and contrast, etc.) will not be considered. Please submit only photos taken in Worcester.
Entries may originate in any format - including, but not limited to digital files, digital prints, color transparencies, color prints or black and white prints - so long as they are submitted electronically in a .JPEG .jpg, or.png format. Multiple exposures that have been combined to produce a single "High Dynamic Range (HDR)" image are acceptable.
Entries should include metadata if at all possible. Caption information should include the name of the location in which it was taken.
Previously published material for which non-exclusive rights were granted may be entered as long as you still maintain the right to grant us a license (see "Terms & Conditions"). You must be able to disclose when and where the photo appeared previously to the City of Worcester upon request.
Please submit photographs and requested information online through the Dropbox link below.
We do not accept photographs submitted through the mail. High-quality scans of non-digital photographs are acceptable. Digital photographs should be taken at the highest resolution possible.