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Monday, April 5, 2010




This week I'm looking forward to serving as a judge in the annual xpose contest run by CAPIC (the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators in Communications). The third annual contest is open to CAPIC members only but promises to showcase a huge variety of Canadian talent. I'm very curious to see the quality and nature of the submitted work.

Judged by professionals from the advertising and design community across Canada, the contest selection process will result in 50 winning images printed in a broadly distributed book, placed in a special online gallery on the CAPIC web site, and printed and shown in an exhibition.

For more on the contest, visit http://capic.org/Contests.html.

From the CAPIC web site: "CAPIC was founded in 1978 as a national, not-for-profit association dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the rights and interests of photographers, illustrators and recently, digital artists, working in the communications industry. Starting as a single group in Toronto, CAPIC has grown to six chapters, spanning the country from Halifax to Vancouver, with a membership of over 1030."

Tony