Newnan-Coweta Magazine photo contest now open

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From Staff Reports
news@newnan.com
The Newnan-Coweta Magazine has announced it is now accepting entries for its Third Annual Photo Contest. Winners will receive a cash prize ($100 for first place, $50 second, $25 third) and publication in the March/April 2013 issue of the magazine.
Rules for the contest are:
• Each entry must be taken by a current Coweta County resident who is not a professional photographer, defined as someone who makes more than half their income by taking photos. The person entering the contest must have personally taken the photo and cannot submit a photo someone else has taken. All ages are welcome to enter. (Employees of The Newnan Times-Herald and Newnan-Coweta Magazine and their immediate family members, as well as freelancers who have worked for either publication, are not eligible.)
• Each person may submit one photo on any subject of their choosing. People, pets, landscapes and vacation spots are all ideal subjects for photos. Please include the title of your image.
• Photos may be submitted by several methods. High-quality print copies or images on CD may be mailed to “Photo Contest, c/o Newnan-Coweta Magazine, P.O. Box 1052, Newnan, GA 30264” or delivered to our offices at 16 Jefferson St. in downtown Newnan. High resolution images may also be e-mailed to ncmagnews@newnan.com . All should be identified as entries for the Newnan-Coweta Magazine Photo Contest and include the photographer’s name, address, phone number and/or e-mail address. Photographs will not be returned.

• Entries must be received at our offices by 5 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013.

Questions about the photo contest may be sent to ncmagnews@newnan.com .


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