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Big Picture Street photography competition
New charity the Citizen Journalism Educational Trust (CJET), which is supported by The-Latest.Com, has launched with its Big Picture street photography competition.
This exciting event has won backing from Time Out magazine, Olympus, who have donated a prize worth almost £300. Guardian News & Media donated an iconic image, taken by a citizen photographer, of Ian Tomlinson, the innocent bystander killed by a police officer at the G20 protest of April 2009.
The competition offers entrants from the UK and abroad the opportunity to win the brand new Olympus LS-20M pocket camcorder and the title of “CJET Street Photographer of the Year” by using their mobile phone to take a winning picture.
Judges are award-winning photographer Eamonn McCabe, former Picture Editor of The Guardian, renowned publisher Dr Margaret Busby, a CJET Trustee, Martin Shaw, chair of the Trustees, Allyce Hibbert, Picture Editor of Time Out and Brian Usher, Picture Editor of The-Latest.Com.
Contest Prize & TERMS
COPYRIGHT: By submitting your photograph for entry into the competition you will retain your copyright. USAGE RIGHTS: By submitting your photograph for entry into the competition you hereby grant to us and our sponsors a royalty free, non-assignable, worldwide, non-exclusive licence to use the photograph for publication in connection with the competition and future competitions and promotions for CJET and The-Latest.
Entrants agree to a 50 per cent share of any future royalties for publication in the open market, that CJET and The-Latest receive on their behalf acting as their agent and for exclusive use of the image for three years unless permission is granted for specific purposes agreed by all parties.
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