Picture perfect: Enter our exciting photo competition
We've been blown away by the entries to our photography competition, in association with the Royal Academy – and there's still time to enter...
Sunday 14 August 2011
Photography has always been central to The Independent on Sunday, nowhere more so than in The New Review. That's why we are delighted to have teamed up with the Royal Academy of Arts and the photographic-printing company Metro Imaging for an exciting new competition designed to encourage budding talents.
Inspired by the Royal Academy's acclaimed current exhibition, Eyewitness: Hungarian Photography in the 20th Century (until 2 October), the Eyewitness Photography Competition invites entrants to upload and share their images in four categories: Street, Portrait, Fashion and Abstract – with some of the entries already submitted displayed on these pages.
The judges, who include Colin Ford CBE, the distinguished curator of the Royal Academy's Eyewitness show, will pick a winning image to be published in The New Review, and the winner and runners-up will also receive a range of prizes.
The closing date for entries is 26 August; for details, visit www.royalacademy.org.uk/eyewitnesscomp.
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