20:00 - 04:00
Bronze Sponsor Prizes
Joby, which is based in California, revolutionized the camera accessories market ten years ago with its eye-catching GorillaPod line of flexible tripods and has continued producing fantastic, well-designed products ever since.
Joby has generously offered a fantastic range of mini tripods for some of this year's winners - perfect prizes for improving your low light and long exposure shots and for arm-free selfies!
The luxurious 4-star Marriott Bristol Royal hotel is in an ideal location near Bristol Cathedral, harbourside and the city centre.
The Marriott Bristol Royal has very generously donated dinner and bed and breakfast to lucky winners this year. They also have a heated indoor pool and spa! Perfect for weary snappers....
Olloclip will be offering several lucky winners their unique Core Lens sets for iPhones, which feature a quick-connect Fisheye, Super-Wide and Macro 15x lens set for your device.
Olloclip has sold over one million of their best-selling iPhone lens systems, which are distributed across the globe. Their aim is to find new and exciting ways to enhance mobile photography and make inspiring photos and video fun and easy to capture on your mobile device.
Urban Identity is an innovative new business based in the heart of Bristol offering bespoke garment customisation. They made the eye-catching '24 Hours in Bristol 2017' team shirts and are offering a 10% discount to registered '24 Hours in Bristol 2017' entrants to feature their photos on t-shirts and other products.
With an in-house designer, they offer eco-friendly screen printing, full colour digital printing, embroidery and sublimation printing for your t-shirts, hoodies and other garments - all at a great price and quick turnaround.
The Editor of the city's popular Bristol24/7 magazine, which it's estimated is read by half of the city's population, is one of this year's competition judges.
As a 24/7 online and print publication, it seemed only right that Editor Martin Booth and his team are the sponsors of the midnight to 0100 time slot, supporting the prize for the best photo taken in their hour.
Production People, based in Bristol, produces live events and provides top of the range video and multimedia equipment for high profile events.
We are delighted to welcome the Production People to the '24 Hours in Bristol' team and as Bronze sponsors of the 0100-01200 hour, supporting the prize for the best photo take during this hour on Sunday 1st October.
Nandos, the international casual dining restaurant chain originating in South Africa, has kindly donated 2 platter vouchers for 3/4 people including chicken and sides... yum!
Bristol Blue Glass was founded in 1988 by James Adlington with the help of glass maker Peter St Clair. The beautiful glass pieces are now sold across Bristol and the world and are a key part of Bristol's history. They have kindly donated a bauble-blowing session for one person. Create a bauble in time for Christmas!
The London Camera Exchange supplies second hand cameras, new cameras, digital cameras and everything camera related. They also offer a processing service, albums and frames and we would like to thank them for kindly donating a smartphone lens kit. Time to get snapping!
We The Curious is the new name for one of Bristol's most popular museums, previously known as At Bristol. Located on Bristol's Harbourside with a wide range of exciting exhibitions to interact with and experiments to take part in. Time to get curious!
LOOT believe that their clothes tell a story. They hand pick stock from all over the globe, reworking styles, eras, traditions and cultures into one big, unique vintage melting pot.
A 340 year old family business originating from Germany, Pieroth provides tasting sessions in the comfort of your own home with a selection of international wines.