Wednesday, 14 December 2016

A $1,000 award from Birdlife Australia Photography

Every two years, Birdlife Photography Australia runs the Tom Oliver award, which is named in honour of one of our members who was a particularly good educator in photography.

The award has two sections, with a prize for each.  One award is valued at $1,000 and is for the winner in the adult section.  In addition, there is a $500 prize in the "rising star" section; which is for
entrants who are 18 years or under at the time of entering.

The award is not a photographic competition, but rather an award for
people who have created the educational material the judges feel best helps photographers take better pictures of birds.  There is no cost to enter, nor is there a limit to the number of entries per person. An entry does not have to be in a particular format.

Please find attached the full details of how to enter and the award's rules. We would appreciate it if you were to pass this information to your group members who may be interested in entering.

Best wishes,
Les Peters
for Birdlife Australia Photographic group.

Click here to go to Birdlife Photography site  where there are a number of competitions on the go.
Take a look and be impressed!

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