Open to everyone but the image must be taken in the borough of Wandsworth
Budding photographers and skilled snappers have just one month left to enter the council’s annual photography competition - photoWANDSWORTH.
Anyone wanting to take part should submit images for one or all of four interlinked categories/scenes in the contest.
Using the winning entries from each category/scene, writer Sarah Butler will then create an original new story around the submitted photographs.
The four key categories/scenes, which will form the basis of the story, are:
photoWANDSWORTH: Story Stills is run by Wandsworth Council's arts and film teams. It is open to anyone - individuals or groups - interested in photography but the submitted images must be taken in the borough.
The judging panel - which consists of photography expert Brett Jefferson Stott and Ms Butler - will be looking for unique, imaginative entries, which capture magical images of everyday scenes as well as experimental pictures.
The judges have given entrants the following tips about what kind of photographs to submit. They are:
The winners will be announced at a prize-giving event in April, this year. There will also be an exhibition of Ms Butler's story and specially selected entries at Southside Shopping Centre as part of the Wandsworth Arts Festival 2012.
January 10, 2012