| Sep 20, 07:06 PM
Take your shades off.
Things are getting clearer, brighter, and more colorful than ever before. Our new color protection color films let you see the light. Now there is no need to worry about light protection, and your images will be crisper and more saturated than ever before.
To celebrate this amazing leap forward, out of the blue and into the next age in Impossible images, we are launching a huge new exhibition on the north wall of our NYC project space on October 25th, running until early 2013. For the first time ever we are opening up the exhibition to YOU, our devoted impossible shooters. Upload your best images shot on our new color protection films to our online image gallery by September 28th to be considered for exhibition.
This is an exciting opportunity, but read the below rules carefully before entering to ensure that your pictures can be chosen. In order to be eligible to have your pictures selected for the gallery you must:
- upload the images by midnight PST September 28th
- indicate the appropriate film type in the gallery drop down menu
- reside in the US (sorry worldwide fans, due to strict time constraints we have to keep it limited to US photographers this time)
- have easy access to your originals (winning images will need to be recieved in our NYC office by October 2nd to be eligible for exhibition)
- uploaded scans must be at least 300 dpi, and must match your original image (no heavy editing)
- test batches of the color protection film are eligible
If you have already uploaded your images there is no reason to resubmit.
22 lucky photographers will receive the grand prize honor of having their images blown up into stunning 1m X 1m enlargements. 10 photographers will receive the runner-up prize, and will have their images displayed as originals in the NYC project space. All selected photographers will be presented as official Impossible photographers, and will have their name on our website and in all of our promotional material. Its a great opportunity to have your images exposed to the photographic community as an official Impossible exhibited artist, so start shooting!