2016 9 25 Brand Brum Photography Competition

The Competition

 

Brand Brum Photography Competition

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Capture Birmingham’s ‘brand’ to win £1,000 of gear

CanalDecember Milligan© Verity MilliganBirmingham is an amazing city on the brink of a cultural and creative revolution. As our city evolves around us, we would like to challenge Birmingham’s amateur and professional photographers to capture and tell the story of today’s Birmingham in a series of up to 10 photos.

Birmingham branding agency ORB partners with Retail Birmingham and award-winning international photographer Martin Brent to champion the City’s creative talent.

Challenge is now on for all Midlands amateur and professional photographers to capture Birmingham’s brand.

£1,000 of camera equipment and an exclusive opportunity to work with Brent up for grabs, as part of World Photography Day (August 19th).

For further information please visit the competition website.

Complies with the Bill of Rights

 

This competition meets all the standards set out in the Bill of Rights For Artists

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