Images Sought for ‘Glass Eye’ Photography Show


What: Images from a Glass Eye International Juried Photography Show, sponsored by the Tehama County Photo Club of Red Bluff, CA.

When: Images accepted now through Sunday, May 23, 2010. Exhibit runs Aug. 13 to Sept. 10, 2010, at The Big Picture, 857 Washington St., Red Bluff, CA.

To Enter: See prospectus and competition rules at www.imagesfromaglasseye.org

Cost: $20 for first image; $10 for each additional entered up to six.

Photographers from around the world are invited to submit their pictures to the 2010 Images from a Glass Eye International Juried Photography Show.

Sponsored by the Tehama County Photo Club in Red Bluff, Calif., the show opens Friday, Aug. 13.

“We hope to bring inspired images from around the world together in our small and charming Northern California town,” said Photo Club president Bob McConnell. “Photographers of all experience levels are encouraged to submit their favorites to ‘Images from a Glass Eye.'”

Commercial photographer and author Sean Arbabi is juror for the show. A native Californian and resident of the San Francisco Bay area, he specializes in travel, lifestyle, nature, and adventure photography. In addition to shooting photos for more than 250 publications and 150 companies, he is author of “The Better Photo Guide to Exposure” and is working on his second book, due out next year.

Any photographer age 18 or older may enter images captured either digitally or on film; entries must be submitted as digital files. Cost is $20 for the first image and $10 for subsequent entries up to six total per photographer.

Photographers will be notified of acceptance by June 29. Prizes are $400 for first place, $300 for second place, $200 for third place and $100 for fourth place.

The show prospectus and online entry form is available at the Images from a Glass Eye Web site, www.imagesfromaglasseye.org.

For additional information, e-mail info@imagesfromaglasseye.org.

The Tehama County Photo Club was organized in June 2005 with nine photographers meeting in a member’s living room. It has grown to include more than 75 active participants who meet monthly to share pictures, exchange ideas, and learn techniques from each other. The club, which has no dues or formal organization, participates in area events to show and sell work, and also regularly organizes photography field trips. Photographers of all levels are invited to attend. For more information, see www.meetup.com/Corning-Photography-Group

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