Fort Lauderdale gallery "Artists' Haven" is calling for entries to its second photography contest, with a closing deadline of September 7th. The competition will be juried by Thomas E. Craig of Wolf Camera Inc. I submitted 3 entries last year. I didn't win any awards, so am planning to give it another shot this year.
The entry fee is $25 for the first image, and $10 for each addiotional image. There is not limit to the number of photos you submit.
There are 9 categories you can enter for:
4. Still Life/Objects
In addition to cash prizes, winning photographers will receive 12 months of gallery representation by Artists' Haven.
Why not give it a shot? Visit http://www.artistshavengallery.com/events/index.php for competition details.
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