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CCM Sixth Annual Photo Contest for High School Students, Millburn Camera ASAP Photo Will Award Prizes for First, Second and Third Place Winners

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New Jersey high school students with an eye for photography have until April 14, 2018 to enter the County College of Morris (CCM) Sixth Annual Photo Contest for the chance to win prizes and be recognized at a CCM art exhibition. Millburn Camera ASAP in Millburn is sponsoring this year’s contest. As one of the largest photo stores in the state, it will be providing gift certificates for the First, Second and Third place winners.

High-school-age photographers are invited to submit photos representing their definition of Turbulent Times. The state of turbulence is characterized by conflict, disorder or confusion. A photograph can exhibit formal disorder, organizing the elements of composition in an untraditional way. It could also present violent weather, political conflict and personal confusion.

Winning photographs, honorable mentions and finalists will be featured in an exhibition also including work by CCM photography students. The exhibit will take place next May in CCM’s Art and Design Gallery. Winners are required to submit high-resolution files for the exhibition and may need to show proof of ID and authorship.

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Contestants should join the “CCM Photo Club Competition” Facebook page (http://tinyurl.com/ludm5al) to receive news and announcements, and to vote for the photo that will receive the Popularity Award by obtaining the most likes. Voting for the Popularity Award begins at midnight on April 22, 2018. All winners will be announced at the opening of the exhibition in the CCM Art and Design Gallery.

Photos can be submitted now through midnight April 14, 2018. To enter online, go to https://www.flickr.com/groups/4051794@N25/. To enter by mail, send prints or digital files to County College of Morris, Photography department, EH 110, 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph, NJ 07869-2086. Be sure to include your contact information. There is no limit to the number of entries, and finalists for First, Second and Third place will be notified on April 22, 2018.

For additional information, email ngruneiro@ccm.edu or hslovenc@ccm.edu.

 

Photo: Winning photos from the 2017 Photo Contest for High School Students

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