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Cash, Prizes and the LexJet Sunset Award at the Fine Art of Photography Exhibition

Photography competition in MassachusettsAt the Plymouth Guild’s second annual Fine Art of Photography Regional Juried Photography Exposition in Plymouth, Mass., more than $1,500 in cash and prizes will be awarded to photo artists whose work is chosen for Best in Show ($500), Best Color ($250), Best B&W ($250), Achievement in Color ($100) and Achievement in B&W ($100), along with five honorable mention ribbons and Special Sponsor Awards.

In addition, LexJet will award its Sunset Award for the Best Quality in Print and Presentation image entered in the exhibition. The winner of the award will also receive a $200 gift certificate that can be used to purchase any of the exceptional photo papers, art papers and canvases included in LexJet’s Sunset portfolio of inkjet materials for professional photographic printing and fine-art reproduction.

To qualify, the entries must be digitally printed and meet Plymouths Guild’s submission requirements. Submission of digital images with completed entry forms and fees must be received by Feb. 29 and accepted work delivered, framed and ready for hanging March 25-26. Artists will be notified on March 16 and selected work must be delivered, framed and ready for hanging March 27-28. The opening reception is April 1 and the exhibition closes on April 30.

On Thursday, April 12, from 7-9 p.m., the Plymouth Center for the Arts and Canon USA’s Explorers of Light present photographer and author Stephen Johnson, who will give a lecture on digital photography.

Further details can be found at: http://thefineartofphotography.org/. For more information about the LexJet Sunset Award, contact Tom Gruss at LexJet, 800-453-9538.

Regan has been involved in the sign and wide format digital printing industries for the past two decades as an editor, writer and pundit. With a degree in journalism from the University of Houston, Regan has reported on the full evolution of the inkjet printing industry since the first digital printers began appearing on the scene.

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