LOUISVILLE, KY – “The NPPA-Nikon Documentary Sabbatical Grant for 2006 still has the theme ‘The Changing Face of America,’ but now we have new rules for entering the contest,” grant administrator Bill Luster announced today.
“All photographs entered as a portfolio or as an example of work done on the actual sabbatical proposal must be entered in digital format. There’s no need to send photographic prints, slide duplicates, copied prints, or books. The only written material one should send is the entry blank and the entry proposal (available online at www.nppa.org).”
Luster says these are the new entry rules: “You may enter in your portfolio up to 40 images. Please send only .JPG images that are up to 10 inches wide plus the depth, or 10 inches deep plus the width, at 200 DPI. Please send at ‘Image Quality 6’ (or ‘High’) .JPG compression.
“Please place all the images on a CD-ROM. Sequence the images in the order that you want them to be viewed by naming the pictures 01.jpg through 40.jpg.
“Captions must be included for ALL images (in the image file’s ‘File Info” field, as well as printed out on a sheet of paper). In addition the entry must also include a portrait of yourself. (Your biography photograph does not count as one of the 40 images.)”
The deadline for entering is December 28, 2005. A completed entry should include:
- An entry blank;
- A written proposal;
- A CD-ROM with the images, maximum of 40 in an sequence, plus a biographic portrait of the photographer;
- Captions for all the images (printed out on a sheet of paper, plus in the images’ “File Info” field).
NPPA-Nikon Documentary Sabbatical Grant 2006 entries should be sent to:
3613 Sorrento Avenue
Louisville, KY 4024
For more information contact Luster at firstname.lastname@example.org