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Framing The Nation Photography Competition

Framing The Nation Photography Competition - This year's student photo competition, Framing the Nation, is open for entries.

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Framing The Nation
Harman technology Ltd are launching their 2011 competition for all UK photographic students. To get your hands on £1000 worth of prizes, check out the following details:

This year's theme is "Framing the Nation", and there are two categories you can enter. Category one is for monochrome images only and must be printed with Ilford black and white film and paper. Category two is for inkjet prints from digital capture, and must be printed on Harman Crystal Jet Elitie RC inkjet paper.

Each category will have a first prize winner with two runners up. The winner of category one will receive the Ilford Pinhole photography kit, including the Harman Titan Pinhole Camera with £350 cash. The first prize winner of category two will take away a Nikon J1 camera with 10-30mm lens. The runner up of each category can choose products from Harmanexpress.com up to the value of £100.

The competition deadline is 28th January 2012, and will be judged by Trevor Griffiths, Head of Photography at Bradford College. Winning images will be displayed on the Harman technology stand at Focus on Imaging 2012, at the NEC Birmingham from 4th - 7th March.

Full details of the competition including "The Brief", terms and conditions, entry forms and posters can be downloaded from Harman

Details of all ILFORD black and white products can be found at Ilford

Details of HARMAN PHOTO inkjet products can be found at Harman Inkjet

Words by Rachel White.

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WilliamRoar 6 188 United Kingdom
21 Nov 2011 10:06PM

Quote: Entry is open to all students aged 16 and over undertaking full or part-time professional photography training at a UK based college or university

Not a sixth form then?

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