The Deniliquin Pastoral Times is hosting a photo competition, with the photos to be included in a book released this year.January 17, 2014 12:08pm
The Deniliquin Pastoral Times wants your photo!
The PT is offering a $400 cash first prize for best amateur photo and $100 cash first prize for best junior amateur photo (under-16).
Photos entered will be used to create the Deniliquin & District Images 2014 book.
The photo can depict your subject of choice person, landscape, landmark or event but has to have been taken within a 100km radius of Deniliquin.
All photos will be considered (maximum two photos per person).
Each photo must have photographers name and age attached, and where and when the photo was taken. A caption/description (no more than two sentences) is also required.
Please send you entries to email@example.com or drop them into the Pastoral Times office on the corner of Cressy and Edwardes Sts.
Entries must be submitted no later than 5pm on Wednesday, February 26.
All professional photographers are also encouraged to send in images, however they are not eligible for the cash prize.
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