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The theme of this Moblog competition is "I'll tell you a story...".

how to Vote and What to Do.

The prizes...
Five prize winners' entries will be printed and displayed on the walls of Hadley House in London, between December 2006 and February 2007.

They will also each get a bottle of Family Masciarelli's top range wines.

The best competition entries will also be included in the Exhibition Portfolio.

The categories...
There will be three categories of entry:

1 - Phonecam images with little or no manipulation
2 - Camera images with little or no manipulation
3 - Phonecam or Camera images with significant manipulation (don't forget this is a photographic competition)

To enter...
Send in a series of between 2 and 5 images that show your take on this quote, and when the competition closes, cast your votes to determine the winner. We'll tell you how and when later.

Send your entry to <">b> and don't forget to indicate which category it's for.

Competition closes Friday 24th November 2006.

Complete Rules and Conditions.

Help out...
Visit the Forum to find out how to help make this competition even better.

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Posted by JokerXL

2nd Nov 2006, 21:35  


2nd Nov 2006, 21:36

Caine says:

Nice, Joker. I like these in black and white. :)

2nd Nov 2006, 21:57

i like the division of the frame in the last shot...

3rd Nov 2006, 09:53

Sprocket says:

Last shot is surreal, almost as if the right side of the shot is in negative.

3rd Nov 2006, 17:54

paintist says:

these have 'spy film' quality to them...great in B

3rd Nov 2006, 18:07

Sprocket says:

P – Bang On, there's something about the clock and typography that says 50s spy movie.

3rd Nov 2006, 18:15

JokerXL says:

Cheers all, it's a crappy old '50's station, in the middle of a huge make over, ready in two years.

8th Nov 2006, 20:26

lou says:

great shots

26th Nov 2006, 18:13

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