Just a reminder: our critique is Thursday, December 6 at 6pm. Please have your images installed by 6pm. As stated on the final project sheet, you must bring:
• Digital contact sheets of your final project
• Printed artist statement
• Low-res (96ppi) versions of your final images
Put the contact sheets and low-resolution versions of your final images can on a USB stick. I will return the USBs on Friday, December 7. They will be in a box or envelope outside my door.
Our final critique is a potluck (yea!)–so please use the comments of this post to tell the class what you’re bringing.
ANOTHER PHOTOGRAPHY CONTESTI hope that many of you entered the Nikon/Photographer’s Forum image contest (I posted this on the blog). If you didn’t, here is your chance to enter another contest.
Enter! Enter! Enter!
Dear Photo Life community,
We would like to inform you that we have extended this year’s deadline for our annual photo contest, The World We Live In, to December 7, 2012. New entries may still be submitted, and those who have already registered may continue to modify their entries through December 7. If you have any questions about the contest, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or 1-800-905-7468.
Photographers may enter in either the Pro or Amateur category and submit images under three themes: Humanity, Environment and Interconnections. More than $40 000 will be distributed in fabulous prizes, and a portfolio of winning images will be published in the April/May issues of Photo Life and Photo Solution magazines.
Whether you’re pro or amateur, The World We Live In is a fantastic opportunity to challenge your creativity, hone your skills and share your vision of the world around you. Photos of a young child playing with the neighbour’s dog, birds flying low over the lake at dawn, the impressive architecture of the CN Tower, a stranger strolling down the street, a flower, an insect, a table set for dinner… Look around at any moment, and you’ll see that photographic possibilities are everywhere.
Participants are invited to submit their images through a simple online interface. To submit 10 images, participation fees are $10 (Amateur) or $15 (Pro). Subscribers benefit from a reduced fee of $7 (Amateur) or $10 (Pro). These fees are used to pay for the shipping and administrative costs of the contest. For complete details and to enter the contest, please visit www.photolife.com/twwli.
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