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Photo Club Seeks Images for International Contest

What: Tehama County Photo Club seeks photos for international contest
When: Entries will be accepted through Wednesday, June 29.
Where: The Big Picture, 857 Washington St., Red Bluff

2010's 1st Place Entry Paso Doble by Stephanie Luke

Photographers around the world are invited to submit their pictures to the 2011 Images from a Glass Eye International Juried Photography Show. Entries will be accepted through Wednesday, June 29.

Sponsored by the Tehama County Photo Club in Red Bluff, the show opens Friday, Aug. 26, and continues through Friday, Oct. 28 at The Big Picture, 857 Washington St., in Red Bluff.

“We hope to bring creative and unique images from around the world together in this contest and exhibition in our small Northern California town,” said photo club president Bob McConnell. “We hope photographers of all experience levels will submit their favorite pictures to the contest.”

The award for best of show is $1,000. Awards of $400 for second place and $100 for third place also will be given.

Northern California professional photographers and photography educators Susan and Neil Silverman will judge the entries. The couple has presented workshops for Great American Photography, BetterPhoto.com, Santa Fe School, PPA affiliates, PPC, and B&H Photo, among others. Their work has appeared in Outdoor Photography, Elle Magazine, der Spiegel, Sierra Club, the Cure, The Wooden Boat, Nikon World and more.

Any photographer age 18 or older may enter images captured either digitally or on film; entries must be submitted as digital files. Cost is $25 for the first image and $10 for subsequent entries; up to six total images per photographer. Entrants will be notified of acceptance into the exhibit by July 20.

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 http://sites.google.com/site/tehamacountyphotoclub.


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