Take any picture you like, so long as it's got red in it
Entries wanted for the British Heart Foundation photography competition
Sunday 09 October 2011
Aspiring snappers are this week invited to submit pictures to the annual British Heart Foundation "Red for Heart" digital photography competition. The brief: make sure your photo includes something red.
Now in its third year, and working with The Independent on Sunday, the competition is open to those aged 16 and over, students aged 16 and over, and juniors aged 15 and under.
The winners will be announced in January 2012 and a gallery of their photographs showcased in this newspaper and a special gallery in February, as part of National Heart Month.
To enter and for more information about prizes, visit www.bhf.org.uk/redphotos. All entries must be in by Friday, 6 January 2012
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