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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Little Things Photo Contest Begins Today!

Good Morning Photographer Friends!

Once again, it's time to get your cameras out, check them over, charge your batteries, make sure you downloaded and backed up your last shoot before formatting your memory card, clean your lenses, and start your engines!

The subject of the October/November 2010 Art of the Image Photo Contest is Little Things. Thanks to Paul Doelken for the suggestion!

The contest is FREE to all. There is NO CHARGE to enter. Each person can submit up 10 photos each for consideration. The contest starts today and runs until the end of November 2010.

We'll be posting some of our favorite photo entries through-out the contest to show off some of our favourite photo submissions.

The winner will be selected during the first week of December and will be receiving the grand prize. For the Grand Prize Peter Gregg has generously agreed to donate one of his awesome A Better Bounce Cards, and Art of the Image will be adding your choice of any DSLR battery we carry to sweeten the pot!

That's right folks! Top prize to the winner will be an A Better Bounce Card and your choice of any DSLR battery we carry!

To submit your photos, just head on over to the Little Things Flickr Group and submit your photos. Remember, 10 entries per person is the limit.

If you missed the last post where we announced the Days of Summer Photo Contest Winner, check it out!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

is this contest, worldwide?

Matt Ballard said...

Yes, the contest is worldwide. Anyone, anywhere can enter!

Anonymous said...

Does the contest have a theme?

Matt Ballard said...

Sure does... the theme is "Little Things". I'll leave it open to everyone's interpretation of what fits the theme.