St Mary's Centre
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By Haddenham Webteam - 17th February 2018 10:30am
Haddenham & District Rotary Club is hosting another of its impressive 'Young Photographer Competitions',
Run with support from Paul Wilkinson Photography.
The subject theme for 2018 is "CONTRASTS" (for all age groups)
The competition offers a Prize Total of £300
Entries must be delivered by noon on Saturday 14th April 2018 to any one of following three receiving locations:
- Community Library (Haddenham)
- Pretty Like Pictures (Thame)
- The Coffee Shop (Waddesdon)
Prize giving will take place at St Mary's CE School in Haddenham on Monday 4th June, beginning at 6.30pm
Life is full of contrasts: tall people and short people; fair skin and dark; cats versus dogs; thin objects and round objects; strong shadows on sunlit beaches; something fast zooming past the slow — think the hare and the tortoise; colourful flowers next to dreary wallpaper; and so much more!
As a photographer, the fun is in highlighting these differences (or creating them!).
Go for it. Black and white or colour. Edited or straight off your camera. Give your creativity a shot in the arm and see what you can create. You may be a winner!
Download the entry form by clicking on the PDF featured on this page below the image.
Or for further information, contact Alan Dichler. Tel: 01844 291987 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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