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mEYE World Photographic Competition 2016

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The mEYE World Photographic Competition is easy to enter, free and open to all. With a share of over $8,000 worth or prizes to be won, including $3,000 cash, you’ll want to get snapping as entries close at 5pm Tuesday 18 October 2016.

To enter submit a photograph online with a brief description of how it captures the theme ‘See My World’. There are four categories for entry including open (general public), macular disease community, healthcare professional, and junior (under 18).

“The mEYE World Photographic Competition is an initiative of Macular Disease Foundation Australia and by taking part you’ll help raise awareness of macular disease, the leading cause of blindness and severe vision loss in Australia,” said Foundation CEO Julie Heraghty. “It’s also a great opportunity to celebrate the importance of sight.”
The 2016 judges are Foundation Patron Ita Buttrose, and renowned photographers Rex Dupain, Alan Pryke and Graham McCarter.

For more information and to enter, visit www.mdfoundation.com.au.

Online Source: The Indian Telegraph.

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