Response Photography Competition
Call for Entries
Deadline: September 1, 2005
What does “engaging the culture” look like? How would you capture “changing the world” on film? Response invites you to submit photographs that in some way – whether literal or symbolic, serious or lighthearted – convey the theme of “engaging the culture, changing the world.”
The winning entry will be featured in the Autumn 2005 Response, and the winning photographer will receive a $250 prize. Runner-up photos will also be featured in the Autumn 2005 Response.
The competition is open to all amateur photographers
(people who do not earn more than half of their annual income as photographers). Seattle Pacific University employees and their immediate families
(spouses or children) are ineligible. Entries must have been
shot by the entrant and must be owned by the entrant.
Each entrant may submit no more than three photographs to the competition. Each photograph must be accompanied by an entry form.
Entrants will receive an email acknowledgement that their entry has been received. The winner will be notified by September 15, 2005.
A photograph may be submitted in one of three ways:
Digital: You may submit a digital file, JPEG format
with a maximum width of 1024 pixels and a maximum height of 768 pixels. (The
winner and runners-up may be asked for higher-resolution files.) Important
note: Response is unable to receive ZIP files.
may submit an unmounted 5”x7” or 8”x10” print.
may submit a paper- or plastic-mounted 35mm slide.
If you are
submitting a digital file, please submit the following information in email form and attach your photo in JPEG format.
City, State, Zip
Daytime Phone Number
Title of Entry
Please describe in 50-100 words how the photograph conveys the idea of “engaging the culture, changing the world.”
If you are submitting a print or
slide, please print out this
form, fill it in, and send it with your photograph to Response, Seattle
Pacific University, 3307 Third Avenue West Suite 116, Seattle, Washington
By entering the contest, entrants acknowledge Response's right to display the winning photographs in the Autumn 2005 issue of Response and on its Web site.
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