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By Haddenham Webteam - 23rd January 2017 10:30am
Rotary Club of Haddenham and District is hosting another of its well-regarded Young Photographer Competitions.
The competition is structured for three age groups:
- Junior for Age 7 to 10 yrs
- Intermediate for Age 11 to 13 yrs
- Senior for Age 14 to 18 yrs
(All ages as at 31st August 2016)
The subject for all groups this year is 'ENERGY'
The Total Value of Prizes is £300.
Entry Forms available from:
- Haddenham Community Library
- Pretty Like Pictures, 12 Buttermarket, Thame
- All People Photography, 86 High St Waddesdon
Alternatively, download the entry form from this page — see PDF below the poster.
Deadline for Submission is noon on 18th March 2017
It is anticipated that Prize Giving will be on 5th June at St Mary's CE School, Haddenham.
Entrants selected by the judges will be invited to the Prize Giving event at which local professional photographer Paul Wilkinson will present a stimulating commentry on their photographs, with advice on technique, and suggestions on composition and the joy of photography in general.
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