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Photography competition in Italy




The Erasmus+ Team is challenging all students who take part in the Erasmus+ project to a photography competition. Participants will be required to photograph around our theme "The End of Work" and submit their photographs to your contact teacher via email by 31st October 2015.
Thirty winning photographs from the schools involved in the project will be selected in Italy and displayed in an exhibition.

To take part, see submission details on the right and consider the available categories.

Besides the pictorial quality of the photograph and its originality, the jury will also take into account the message your photograph tries to convey.

Your photographs should belong to the following 8 categories which can be either black & white or colour photographs :

• Industrial Wastelands

• Industrial Details

• Materials and Colors

• Water and Pollution in Industrial environment

• Derelict Machines and Tools

• Past Industrial Activities

• Life Takes over

• Final Closure

Submission Details
Your submissions should be emailed as an attachment in jpeg format and each photograph should be taken on a digital camera with at least 6 mega pixels. Each file should be named with your name plus the title of the photograph.

Your email should include the following information :
• Your name.
• Title of photograph.
• When it was shot (date, morning, afternoon...).
• Where it was shot.
• Why you chose to shoot this photograph.

The above information should be repeated for each entry. Multiple entries should be submitted in one email to your contact teacher.
M. Gailmain :
M. Grannec :
Twenty photographs will be pre-selected per school and then emailed to Italy for a final selection.
Good luck.

Name Laurent GAILMAIN
Title Völklinger Hütte.
When 21/04/15 afternoon.
Where Völklingen, Germany.
Why Typical view of our regional industrial past.
Photography Competition Brief Theme : " The End of Work "

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