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Lens Mist Photographic Award and Exhibition
Lens Mist 2013 Photographic Competition NOW OPEN. Online entries for the popular photographic competition, Lens Mist 2013 are now being accepted from AUSTRALIAN RESIDENT ONLY until 31st January 2013.
LENS MIST BRIEF (18 years and over): Photographers should provide a creative response to Victoria’s Port Phillip Bay, employing originality, creativity, imagination and vision.
JUNIOR LENS MIST BRIEF (3–17 years): Junior photographers should submit their favourite photograph of their favourite beach for a chance to win!
“For countless generations, people have stared out to sea, mesmerised by the distant horizon. For artists and photographers, the sea lends itself to a range of expressive, descriptive picture-making. The works that were presented to the judges in the Lens Mist 2012 competition showed a diversity of approaches to a common subject. There were images of the limitless beauty of the sea and sky, photographs of extraordinary coastal landscapes and pictures that were a celebration of the experience of being at the beach. All the works presented evoked a sense of the limitless wonder of the sea, and inspire viewers to set off on all manner of journeys of discovery.” Susan van Wyk
Contest Prize & TERMS
PEOPLES’ CHOICE AWARD — $2000
JUNIOR PRIZE (13–17 years) — $500
JUNIOR PRIZE (3–12 years) — Digital camera
ELIGIBILITY: Australia / Photos must be of the Port Phillip Bay in Victoria, Australia. Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: The copyright of all photographs entered remain with the artist. USAGE RIGHTS: By entering Lens Mist, the artist gives permission for the City of Kingston to use their image (with full photographic credits) for publicity, education and record keeping.
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