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Take your best shot for photo contest

TALENTED PHOTOGRAPHERS: Last summer our campus organized a photo contest and this sunset photo by IITS staff member Carl Chan won in the landscape category. Now a university-wide photo contest is happening with a deadline of March 1.

Entries due March 1

To celebrate the University of Toronto's upcoming Festival of the Arts (March 3 to 20, 2008), The Bulletin, U of T's faculty and staff newspaper, is holding a photography contest for its readers.

Amateur photographers are invited to submit photographs to The Bulletin in one of five categories:

1.    Flora and fauna (including pets)

2.    Campus

3.    Travel

4.    People

5.    Cellphone photos

The entries will be judged by a panel that includes The Bulletin's lead designer. The winners of the first four categories will have their photos printed in the March 25 issue of The Bulletin and in the eBulletin, and the winner of the cellphone photo category will enjoy headliner status in the eBulletin. In addition, one of the five winning photos will be awarded the grand prize and an entire page in The Bulletin will showcase a montage of their photos.

Photographers are welcome to enter more than one photo and more than one category. Entries are due by March 1, 2008 and may be dropped off on CD or in 8x10 prints at The Bulletin's offices at 21 King's College Circle, second floor. Cellphone photos may be e-mailed to

Entries should include:

1. Photographers name and university contact information

2. Identification of the subject(s)

3. A brief description of the work

Don't miss this opportunity add a photo credit to your resume.

by Elaine Smith  

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