2011 Mid-Century Modern Georgia photo contest

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2011 Mid-Century Modern Georgia photo contest

Postby luther » Thu Mar 31, 2011 2:55 am

The Mid-Century Modern Georgia photo contest seeks photos that depict buildings or sites in the state that are a part of the design movement that lasted from the 1930s through the 1970s. The contest is held in partnership between DOCOMOMO US, Georgia Chapter, and the Historic Preservation Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

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Submitted photos must be taken of a mid-century modern resource in the state of Georgia. Examples of Modern buildings and sites in Georgia can be found at this address: . Photos also must:
-Contain no people
-Be 1200x800 pixels at 300 ppi (pixels per inch) or larger
-Be your original work, submitted with a Creative Commons license

Submissions must be received by May 15, 2011, with the winners to be announced in the weeks that follow. Limit 3 submissions per photographer. Along with the photograph, please provide the following information:
-Photographer and hometown
-Photo location and description of the building or site depicted

After the end of the contest, the top photographs will be chosen by our panel of experts. Entries will be judged based on creativity, choice of subject matter, and composition. Color or black and white images are acceptable. The top four entries will receive an annual membership in DOCOMOMO-US, and the entry judged best overall will receive a special prize (to be announced). Winners will be announced in a press release, on the Flickr group page, and on HPD and DOCOMOMO Georgia websites and Facebook pages.

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