2012 03 01 The Street Photography Awards Student Award 2012

The Competition

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The Street Photography Awards

Student Award 2012

Open to all students aged 18 and over, living in the UK and studying on any full or part time course at a UK institution.

The festival is looking for the best new street photography talent in the UK. Submit 5 - 8 street photography images for a chance to win some great prizes and to be part of the festival programme.

2012 03 01 The Street Photography Awards Student Award 2012

Six finalists will be selected to take part in a one-day workshop with celebrated street photographer Peter Dench and will work together with the festival team to produce an all-expenses-paid group show at the Orange Dot Gallery in Bloomsbury. An overall winner will be awarded a special £1,000 grant to help further their photographic career.

For further information please visit the competition website.

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