Time to start shooting in Glenwood Springs " with a camera; it’s the annual Day in the Life
Calling all photographers ” it’s about time to get busy.
The annual Day in the Life of Garfield County photo shoot is coming up soon. This highly popular section gives photographers of all ages and talents the opportunity to see their photography work published in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent.
The date of the photo shoot is Saturday, Sept. 6. Remember, the ultimate goal of this is to capture “A day in the life of Garfield County.” That’s why all photos must be taken on Sept. 6. We also want to capture as much of the day as possible, so that includes early morning, nighttime, etc.
The rules are simple.
First, only photos shot on Sept. 6 will be accepted.
Photographers are limited to a total of three of your best shots. That means, you need to pick the best three and send them in. Do not send in bunches of photos and expect us to pick the best three. That’s up to you. Submissions of more than three photos per photographer will not be considered.
We’re limiting the number of submissions per photographer so we can feature as many photographers as possible. There’s also a very heavy preparation workload that impacts our staff photographers.
Please include the following information for each photo: Name of photographer; where the photo was taken, and exact time the photo was taken. Photos should be at least 200 dpi.
Photos will not be returned.
Deadline for submitting photos is Friday, Sept. 12.
We prefer digital photos that are e-mailed, but prints work, too.
Send photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org; 2014 Grand Ave., Glenwood
Springs, CO 81601; call 384-9110 for more information.
One last, very important rule ” have lots of fun.
” Dale Shrull
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