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Mark Peters : February 24th 2006 - 19:20 CET

Fujifilm student Photographer of the year contest


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FujifilmFujifilm Photographer Award : The deadline for the 2006 Fujifilm Student Awards is fast approaching. Students have until April 1st 2006 to submit their entries. This year's Awards has the subtitle, 'The Best of British' and students are asked to submit images that best sum up cultural Britain. The competition, which is the longest running and most prestigious student photography award in UK, will see the winner collect a first prize of £1,000 and the title of Fujifilm Student Photographer. Each winner will receive £50 worth of Fujifilm film and will be asked to submit a print for judging. The college that submits the most entries will receive a Fujifilm Professional counter-top refrigerator containing £500 worth of Professional film.
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All images must be taken on Fujifilm Professional film. The images are then submitted online via fujifilm student awards website. Students can take advantage of a discount scheme, Shoot and Scan, which has been set up by Fujifilm. Selected professional labs across the UK are offering a 25% discount off the processing and scanning of any Fujifilm Professional 35mm or 120 roll film on production of a voucher. Entry is open to all students undertaking full or part-time professional photographic training, or full or part-time graphic design training of which photography is a major part at a UK based college or university.

About Fujifilm UK
Fujifilm London is the UK subsidiary of Fuji Photo Film Co Ltd of Japan. The Company was first incorporated as a limited company in 1976, having previously been the subsidiary of Fujifilm Germany. Our Head Office is in Swiss Cottage, north London, and we have extensive distribution and technical operations to the southeast of Bedford.





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