By Circles Robinson
HAVANA TIMES — This is the official announcement for the HT Made in Cuba Photo Contest 2015.
It is our seventh contest, one for each year of the online publication.
This year there are six categories and each carries with it a First Prize of US $75. There will also be one special mention per category.
All finalists and semifinalists’ photos will be published and prominently displayed by HT.
1- Professionals and amateur photographers of all ages and of any nationality may participate .
2- You may submit a maximum of 3 photos per category, for a total of 18 photographs per participant.
3- The works, all made in Cuba, must comply with the following categories:
f- Street vendors
4 – Photos must be in jpg format with maximum dimension of 800 x 600 pixels. They may be horizontal or vertical. Each image should include a short photo caption.
5 – Sending your pictures: Photographs should be sent as attachments and not embedded in the e-mail message. To submit photos send them to: [email protected]
6 – The deadline for submissions will be September 15, 2015.
7 – During the selection process Havana Times will publish the semifinalists, finalists and winning images.
8 – Participation in the contest implies acceptance by the author that the photos submitted will be included in the archives of HT and may be used in Havana Times and the social networks where HT is present, with due credit to the author.
9 – Prizes: The winning photographer in each category will have a US $75 prize. Among the finalist photos the jury will also select a special mention in each category. Delivering the award money will be coordinated with the winner via email.
10 – Contest winners will be announced on or near October 31, 2015 through HT. This decision is final.
11 – Participation in the competition implies acceptance of each and every one of the rules. HT is empowered to resolve any contingency not provided for in the Rules.
For any questions or for more information contact [email protected]
THE JURY will be composed of at least 20 people, including photographers, writers and guest Havana Times readers.