Show off your photography skills and Win a £50 Gift Card!

Competition time! We are offering the winner a £50 Gift Card to spend across the whole Pentley Park store!

What you need to do?

Show us those photography skills, all you have to do is take a picture of your Pentley Park hank, wallet or keyring or all of them together if you want! Just make sure you...

  • Tag us on instagram (don't spam tag the photo)
  • Caption "Pentley Park Photo Competition" at the beginning of any text
  • Use a maximum of two branded products eg: knife, pry bar, worry coin...etc (you are welcome to tag these)
  • Make sure the focus is on the Pentley Park product and logo is visible


That's it! Just submit your photos by posting on Instagram and ensuring we see it by tagging us and we will add you to the competition. All entries will be voted on by the community through our story on Instagram, Facebook and TikTok and don't worry you have 2 weeks to make your submissions, so there's plenty of time to get some new products to shoot! 

End date for submissions: 30th June 2022

We have included a few tips and tricks below to help give you the best chance at winning!


A few tips to help you get a better shot would include;

Adding some depth to your shots by adding different height levels, it always adds a nice feel to a product pic and can create a great bokeh effect too.

Use props that could be lying around your house for example coffee cups, chopping boards, pots, pans, plants etc to add some diversity or character to your photo. 

Colour coordination, keep a colour theme that benefits your final shot. Make sure you dont have too many colours going on that could make the photo seem busy or cluttered unless this is the intention.

Good lighting is a must! Try not to use direct sunlight if shooting during the day but natural light is always best with either a filter or indirect sunlight. Or if you are shooting at dusk or night, have a good light source with a smaller light to the opposite side to ensure it is well lit but not missing detail from the side where the main light isn't.

Texture is always good, as an example the use of water, stones, coffee beans, plant leaves... etc can always add a little 'je ne sais quoi' when taking a product photo.

Edit if you have the means a lightroom (or similar free apps) edit is always a good finishing touch, play around with the contrast, exposure as well as the highlights, shadows and colour tweaks.

If you want some help or have any questions about the rules, feel free to drop us a message in the live chat or leave a comment on this page and we'll get back to you asap!

Best of luck and we look forward to seeing your submissions! Have fun!

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