Oxford School of Photography

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Photography Competition: No Limits!

We get many requests to publicise competitions, we do not judge the merit of the of the competition or prizes, we assume you can do that for yourselves, so having publicised a competition about pubs today we now do one called No Limits

To the judges, No Limits! is an attention-grabbing image that is positive, empowering and demonstrates that there really are No Limits!, because every disabled person has the right to live their life and work towards their goals without limitations.

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How Do I Enter?

Simply send your pictures to us here for your chance to win. There are four categories to choose from in the competition. Each entry will be divided into two age groups: aged 17 and under and aged 18 and over. For more information on each category and to see some of the entrants so far, click on one of the following:
Ambition
Independence
Life!
People
All abilities are welcomed. We are looking for your own personal perception of ‘No Limits!’. Winners will be judged on individual merit, rather than the standard of photographic technique.
There will be an iPad awarded to one winner from each age group for each of the four categories, as well as an overall competition winner which will be decided by our panel of judges. The judges may also award a commendation for individual entries at their discretion.
The overall winner of the competition will receive:
iPad
£200 Amazon voucher
Annual subscription to Photography Monthly magazine
Smartphone attachable lens-style camera
Closing date for entries: Sunday 24th November 2013

Full details are here

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