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May photo competition shortlist, & June competition Subject

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May competition short list - 6 selected
The difficult task of selecting a short list of 6 images from the 27 acccepted has been completed, as shown below.   Your comments on any or all of these 6 are welcome in the forum, or on other entries (all accepted entries) that you think should have made the short list.

The requirement was only for a loose connection to the subject Making ... so these are selected primarily according to the normal mychililybin acceptance criteria of photographic quality and ideally some visual NZ connection.  Making haste ... a winner or winners will be declared early next week, and prize(s) sent on their way.

June Photo Competition - Portraits at Work
Portraits at Work for the purposes of this competition, should have a person as the main visual subject, with the remainder of the image including an intersting story about their work.  Although the chillys value immensely the work of mums & dads at home, this particular competition is for images of people at work outside their family tasks.

Both Editorial and Creative entries will be accepted, although Creative is preferred as this has the widest market opportunity.

Entires will open mid next week and close at 5pm on the last day of June 2012.  Below are a couple of existing library examples.  Numerous others can be seen up till 7th June 2012 in Rob Tuckers collection.  Up for a new challenge?

Yes you are able to give the person the image to use in their own business, as well as submiting the image to mychillybin.

Thanks again for all the great images coming in - and all courage to you as you approach friends and family etc to act as models for Portraits at Work. 

cheers for now
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