Calling Budding Photographers

Received an email from the Mobility Choice about a comprtition they are running in conjunction with www.disabledphotographers.co.uk

If you are disabled and a keen photographer, there’s still time to enter our competition and be in with a chance to have YOUR photographs displayed at an exhibition in London. 

Mobility Choice, the charity behind the Mobility Roadshow, and The Disabled Photographers’ Society have joined forces on this new competition with the theme On the Move.

“Whether on your doorstep, in your local area or further afield, we welcome entries that represent what you have seen on your travels. Use your imagination and skill to capture through your camera the image that you believe epitomises the theme On the Move,” said Thomas Molloy, Chairman, The Disabled Photographers’ Society.

Entries are invited in three age categories – under 12s, 12-18 and over 18. Prizes include a Merlin Annual Pass for a disabled person and carer, which provides entry to a range of top UK attractions such as LEGOLAND Windsor and Madame Tussauds for 12 months, plus Calumet photographic accessories.

The competition closes on 15th October 2011. Shortlisted and winning entries will be exhibited at Calumet Photographic near Euston Station in London for four weeks from 7th January 2012, with the prize giving ceremony at the same venue on 11th January.

Entry forms, terms and conditions are available at http://www.mobilitychoice.org.uk/competition.html and www.disabledphotographers.co.uk

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