|UND Graphics and Photography Society holds photography contest|
On your mark, get set, ready, shoot those pictures. UND’s Graphics and Photography Society (GaPS) student organization and Student Health Services are once again sponsoring the UND 24/7 photography contest.
Photographs considered for judging must be taken on the University of North Dakota campus during the 2008 year. “We want to see what UND life really looks like 24 hours, seven days a week,” said Lynda Kenney, a graphics and photography professor in the Department of Technology who serves as advisor to the Graphics and Photography Society. The theme for this contest is “UND life: 125 years and counting.”
All photographs must be digital, and can be black and white or color. In addition, they must be 5x7 inches or 1500 x 2100 pixels in size, and 300 ppi resolution.
There will be a grand prize, along with first, second, and third place awards. The winning photographs will receive prizes and be displayed on the Graphics and Photography Society’s Web page, at a Memorial Union exhibition, and then permanently in the Student Health Center. There is no limit to the number of photos you may submit. However, photographs may not have been previously published.
The UND 24/7 photography contest is free and open to everyone. Photographs will be judged based on content expression, composition elements, and technical quality.
The contest deadline is Nov. 15. Submit your photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions and a complete set of official rules, contact Lynda Kenney at 777-2197 or e-mail her at lynda.Kenney@und.edu.
-- Lynda Kenney, Assistant Professor, Technology, email@example.com, 777-2197