Long lens of the law captures Images of Justice
Friday, 24 June 2016
All photographers regardless of their level of experience are invited to submit their "images of justice" to this year's photographic competition run by the University of Adelaide's Law School.
The Adelaide Law School 2016 Photographic Competition: Images of Justice, a Portrait challenges entrants to explore the concept of justice through a photograph, such as Ashley Rowe's striking "Solidarity", which won first prize in the community category last year.
As the name suggests, the focus of this year's competition is on portrait photography.
Entries are open in three categories: student, community and professional photographer, with a cash first prize of $1200 to be awarded in each category, as well as other prizes. Any residents of Australia or New Zealand are eligible to enter.
Entries for the competition close on 19 September 2016, with the winners announced on 28 October at the University of Adelaide.
The Adelaide Law School 2016 Photographic Competition: Images of Justice, a Portrait is sponsored by Lipman Karas (principal sponsor) as well as Atkins Photo Lab and Wakefield Press.
Further information, including how to enter, can be found at the competition website.