Aeronautics in East Anglia Photography Competition
The 2013 Jessops EADT Ballingdon Mill Prize“Aeronautics in East Anglia” Photography Competition
In January 2013 Ballingdon Mill, an artists retreat in Sudbury, Suffolk, launched its first major residency project with artist Andrew Cross who is producing an artwork on the subject of aeronautics in the Suffolk landscape. In parallel with Andrew’s commission Ballingdon Mill in association with Jessops and The East Anglian Daily Times have launched an open photography competition with a similar theme called “Aeronautics in East Anglia”.
The 2013 Jessops EADT Ballingdon Mill Prize is a Canon EOS60D 18-135mm worth£799. No matter what subject, the EOS 60D delivers great results. With an 18megapixel resolution, it offers large files that are rich in detail and natural colour. Andwith a max ISO 6400 sensitivity and 5.3fps continuous shooting the EOS 60D alsooffers a 3-inch vari-angle LCD screen allowing shooting of still photos and Full HDmovies from unusual viewpoints. Visit www.jessops.com for more information on theCanon EOS 60D.
The brief and submission
Judging will take place at the Wattisham Station Heritage Museum. The panel will bechaired by photographer Eamonn McCabe and will include:
- Ann Dumas, Curator, The Royal Academy
- Bill Batten, Photographer
- Emma Hardy, Photographer
- Andrew Cross, Artist in Residence, Ballingdon Mill
- Alan Swerdlow MBE, Deputy Chairman, Gainsborough’s House
Deadline 8pm Monday 23 September 2013
For more information: www.ballingdonmill.co.uk