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Black and White's finalists announced for Whats Your Book?

Black and White Magazine (B&W) has announced the vote for its Whats Your Book? competition finalists. 150 entrants ended up submitting their ideas for a photographic book. Self Publishing Solutions’ Director Eddie Ephraums and B&W Editor Ailsa McWhinnie have narrowed the playing field down to three finalists. You can vote on them here.

The three chosen series are as follows: Michael Copsey's "Some Terra: Panoramas 1982-2007," whuch consists of tiny-format copy tranparancies; Trevor Crone, whose "Snapshots of the English Coast" combines images with quotes from well-known authors; and Andy Ilachinski's "Sudden Stillness: Visual Echoes of Timeless Myths," which compiles exotic, mysterious images of nature into four movements: chaos, order, complexity and decay.

Andy Ilachinksi has also been featured in our Preview Portfolios section. You can view a gallery of his images at our site. If you haven't heard of this special hands-on feature at CameraArts, click here for more information about Ilachinski and the other photographers who have been chosen for these online exhibitions.

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1 Comments:

At 1:58 PM, Blogger ilachina said...

Tom,

The link to B&W provided ion the Blog entry is to the US version; but it is the UK's "Black & White Photography" that is sponsoring the contest:

http://www.thegmcgroup.com/item--Black-and-White-Photography--1003BW.html

 

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