I am quite curious to see what students will make out of the 2012 theme : 'Extreme' on F-I-L-M. Must be fun such a challenge... (Although this tends to be a 'national' competition, I thought I should flag it).
Deadline : 29 February 2012.
"The overall winning photographer will win: £200 worth of Fujifilm film, a Trophy and the title 'Fujifilm Student Photographer of the Year 2012'. Up to 30 Merit runner-up winners will each receive 10 rolls of Fujifilm film. We hope to announce further prizes shortly. College Prize: Certificate and £200 worth of Fujifilm film".http://www.fujifilmstudentawards.co.uk/
"Shooting on film encourages a 'quality not quantity' mind set. Aim to get everything right before pressing the shutter; to achieve the perfect image that doesn't require post production".
A silver halide is one of the compounds formed between silver and one of the halogens — silver bromide (AgBr), chloride (AgCl), iodide (AgI), and three forms of silver fluorides. As a group, they are often referred to as the silver halides, and are often given the pseudo-chemical notation AgX. Although most silver halides involve silver atoms with oxidation states of +1 (Ag+), silver halides in which the silver atoms have oxidation states of +2 (Ag2+) are known, of which silver(II) fluoride is the only known stable one.The light-sensitive chemicals used in photographic film and paper are silver halides. Read more : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silver_halide
2011 Clélia Maumene
2010 Anne Marie Atkinson
2009 Andrew Partner
2008 David Wala
Previous merit winners