The Macular Disease Foundation Australia is calling for final entries to the fourth annual mEYE World Photographic Competition, which will close on Wednesday, 12 November.
Photographers are invited to submit a photograph that captures the theme: “a sight worth saving”. The competition provides an opportunity for enthusiasts and budding photographers to showcase their talent while raising awareness of macular disease and supporting the Foundation in its pursuit to save sight. This year’s competition boasts a high profile judging panel including media identity and Patron of the Macular Disease Foundation Australia Ita Buttrose, AO, OBE, iconic Australian artist Ken Done, AM, internationally recognised photographer Rex Dupain and one of Australia’s longest serving news photographers, Alan Pryke.
The four categories for the competition are:
1. Open – general public
2. Macular disease community
3. Healthcare professional
4. Junior – under 18 years.
Entries must be submitted online and in conjunction with 30 ““ 60 words that explain how the entrant’s photograph shows ‘a sight worth saving’. Entries will be judged on their creativity, composition, content and technique. For entry details, visit www.meyephotocomp.com.au