Camera Club seeking East Tennessee entries for photography show, competition

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East Tennessee’s most prestigious photography show and competition is underway for its 65th year. The Camera Club of Oak Ridge is inviting all East Tennessee photographers—both professional and amateur—to submit entries to their annual Salon.

Entries will be exhibited at the New Hope Center in Oak Ridge during November and December. A community reception and gallery walk will be held on Friday evening, Nov. 15.

Photographers may enter digital images, color prints, or black and white prints. There are three new categories this year. Categories are Architecture, Creative Vision, Creative Development, Inanimate Objects, Landscapes, People, Plants, Scenic, Urbanscapes, and Wildlife.

Digital images must be submitted between by e-mail from Oct. 12 to 20. Color and black and white prints will be accepted at New Hope Center on Nov. 1 and 2.

Full information on how to submit images and mount prints are covered in 2013 Salon Rules posted on www.cameraclubofoakridge.org.

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