CALL FOR ENTRIES! The PALM SPRINGS PHOTO FESTIVAL SLIDE SHOW CONTEST.
NO ENTRY FEE!
As you know from being a 2008 attendee, each evening of the festival we present the work of 4 finalists. Your work could be seen by the faculty and attendees of the PSPF on the large screen of the Annenberg Theater of the Palm Springs Art Museum.
Enter our Lensbaby, a great camera backpack from Tenba and other prizes. The winner from each of the four nightly finalists will receive a Lensbaby, and a $50 gift certificate from Samy’s Camera, software from our Sponsors, camera backpack or belly-pack from Lowepro and more! All of the finalist’s names will be posted on our website prior to the festival.Contest and have a chance to win great prizes including a CANON Professional Pixma Printer (Grand Prize) plus a $300 gift certificate from Samy’s Camera, the new
Send us your! Please try to be sure they are sent in Mac readable format with each image saved separately in a folder as well as incorporated into your show. All images should be sized to 1000 pixels on the long dimension at 125 DPI. We accept Quicktime movies, Powerpoint and Keynote presentations.
Alternative: You may also simply send jpgs in a folder with your music selection and if your work is selected, we’ll put it together provided you number your images in the order you’d like them projected.
Slide shows cannot be longer than three minutes in duration and should have music. If you prefer, we’ll try to marry the work with music at our end. Please include your music file in a separate folder on your disk. We request you send us a brief text about your submission. Be sure to include your name, address, email address and telephone number with your submission.
Entries should be addressed toPhoto Festival, POB 69405, .
There is no entry fee required.
The DEADLINE is March 1, 2009. Work not selected for our program will be returned after March 15, 2009, provided a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE) is included in the submission. All other materials will be destroyed.
Update provided by Doug Stockdale