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The Terry O誰eill Award 2012
- Published 23rd July 2012
Submissions are now being invited for the Terry O’Neill/Tag Award 2012. O'Neill was awarded The Society's Centenary Medal in 2011.
The Terry O’Neill Award has been running since 2007, it has developed through the support of Sunday Times Magazine, Remote New Media, Hotshoe Magazine, and TAG Creative and all the photographers and the photographic industry to become one of the most “hotly” contested photographic Awards of current times.
This year we are joined by new sponsors, F22/State Magazine, Hungry Eye, and The Strand Gallery.
The Terry O’Neill Award/TAG is aimed at finding and promoting new talent, creating a platform for upcoming photographers. The Terry O’Neill/TAG Award is unique, as it is based around the series or the narrative; photographers must enter a minimum of 3 pictures a maximum of 6. The categories are open, so photographers can enter fine art, photo-journalism, still-life, portratiture, landscape, wildlife, fashion, in order that they can submit their current photographic practice. The entrance fee is £5 per picture for students and £7 per picture for non-students.
The judges are looking for the strongest series of work and for the strongest narrative.
For more information see: http://www.oneillaward.com/