$8000 Prize Pool In Heritage Bank Photographic Awards

Keen Toowoomba photographers can have their skills rewarded with more than $8000 in prizes up for grabs in this year’s Heritage Bank Photographic Awards.

Entries now open in national competition
· More than $8000 in prizes up for grabs, including $1500 each for Open and Theme category winners
· Free online entries

Now in their 27th year, the awards are one of the longest-running and most lucrative photographic competitions in the country. As well as the Open category, which covers photos of any subject, this year there will also be a themed category titled “Let There Be Light”.

Heritage Bank CEO Mr John Minz said the national competition continued to enjoy widespread success amongst professional and amateur photographers alike. “We receive a huge variety of different subjects in the Open category but I always look forward to the Themed category entries, which require an extra level of creativity.

“The ‘Let There Be Light’ theme reflects the central role light plays in our daily lives, and in the photographic process, and provides scope for plenty of creative interpretation.”

The competition is open to Australian residents with no background or experience restrictions in place.As well as the Open and Themed categories, there are also Young Photographer’s Award in three categories: 7-9 years; 10-13 years; and 14-17 years age groups.

“The judges will also select a winner from the Open and Themed categories, with several consolation awards also on offer,” Mr Minz said. Two prints will be purchased by Heritage Bank for $1500 each, and the artists will also receive a $150 Camera House voucher. One print will be personally selected by Heritage CEO John Minz and will be purchased for $500, with the artist receiving a $100 Camera House voucher.

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