Calling emerging photographers – SUNSTUDIOS Award closing soon

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SUNSTUDIOS’ Assistant & Emerging Photographer Award is one of the most significant competitions in the photographic industry nationwide- but you’d better get your entries in fast.

 Work by past finalist Lewis Jarrett
Work by past finalist Lewis Jarrett

Now in its sixth year, the award’s theme this year is ‘Side Effects’. Aimed at discovering the flair and the talent of emerging photographers in Australia, it provides photographers with exposure to industry leaders in attendance on the opening night and through the exhibition and media coverage of the event.

The award will culminate in an exhibition of the finalists’ work, opening on the September 25 at SUNSTUDIOS in Alexandria Sydney. In previous years, over a thousand people have attended the opening night, including leaders in the arts, media, fashion, entertainment and creative industries.

Work by past finalist Ella Fitzgerald
Work by past finalist Ella Fitzgerald

Winners will be also announced on the opening night and will receive prizes sponsored by Canon Australia, Broncolor and SUNSTUDIOS, a national leader in the stills and motion industry.

All up-and-coming photographers and assistants in the Australian photographic industry are eligible.

Entries must be submitted via email to submissions@sunstudiosaustralia.com by midnight this Sunday, August 16. Entry details & terms and conditions at sunstudiosaustralia.com

SUNSTUDIOS exhibition, SUNSTUDIOS Sydney, Alexandria,  September 25 – October 16.

 

 

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