A photography competition exploring the notion of faith is to be judged by top photo-journalist Don McCullin.

Held annually by Bradford-based church insurer Congregational & Insurance, the national contest, Faith Through a Lens, aims to showcase diverse views on faith throughout the UK. Entrants are encouraged to portray what faith means to them.

The judging panel is led by Don McCullin, an internationally renowned photographer with a career spanning more than 50 years, His work depicts war, urban strife and poverty.

While taking photographs of the Vietnam War in 1970, his life was saved by a Nikon F camera when he was shot at by the Khmer Rouge while crossing a paddy field in Cambodia.

For more details visit faiththroughalens.co.uk.