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Photography competition - theimagefile, SWPP and BPPA and Multiprint

Photography competition - theimagefile, SWPP and BPPA and Multiprint - Theimagefile, SWPP & BPPA and Multiprint imaging are co-sponsoring an exiting and challenging new competition open to all professional and semi-professional photographers.

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The competition is designed to inspire and enthuse creativity now that spring is with us and our natural inclinations are to turn away from the computer and take advantage of the light and explosion of regeneration all around.

The prizes are fantastic the winner receives £200 in cash, membership to theimagefile for an entire year at just £1.17pcm, a free ticket to the SWPP & BPPA Convention and trade show in January 2008, along with a free pass to any of the seminars, their winning entry printed by Multiprint Imaging on a choice of product and a bag of goodies. The two runners up receive £100 in cash, membership of theimagefile for an entire year at just £1.17 pcm free tickets to the SWPP & BPPA Convention and trade show with a free pass to any of the seminars their entry printed by multiprint as prints and a bag of goodies.

Entries are invited in the form of triptychs three 1200 pixel square images with a colour bias of red green and blue or monochrome, tonally light, tonally dark and tonally light.

Unlike some other competitions that have caused consternation in the photographic community we are not requiring copyright of the images submitted. All we are asking is that any of the sponsoring organisations are able to use any of the images submitted for promotional use.

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hirschi 10 2 United States
26 Mar 2007 3:03PM
Is this yet another contest that only awards prizes to ppl in the U.K. or is it open to everyone?

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