Kohima, July 11 (NEx): The Task Force for Music & Arts (TaFMA) colors calling out all professional and amateur photographers of Nagaland to participate one of a kind photography competition under the theme- ‘The New Normal’.
Participants are to capture the new normal, and write a story about the photo and email it to email@example.com. The last date to submit the photography is at July 23, 2020. Winners of the competition will be rewarded with a cash prize of Rs. 5,000, first runners up will be rewarded Rs. 3000 and second runners up Rs. 2000. The declaration competition of the result date is on July 27, 2020, it said.
A social media notification from TaFMA said, ‘Here is another exciting competition from TaFMA Colors to all the photographers of Nagaland. We look forward to seeing the beautiful pictures from all of you.
Here is another exciting competition
From TaFMA Colors to all the photographers of Nagaland .
We look forward to seeing the beautiful pictures from all of you . pic.twitter.com/pwb7XP95Ig
— TASK FORCE for MUSIC & ARTS (TaFMA) (@MusicTask) July 11, 2020
While mentioning on the terms and conditions for the photography competition, TaFMA said, participants are to strictly follow the theme of the competition. The contests are open for online submission only. Only one (1) photo per entry is permitted.
The Photo must be in JPEG format with a minimum size of 1 MB and maximum size of 3 MB. The participants are required to submit a unique title and description of the image submitted. All submitted photo must be original work and have original EXIF Metadata information.
There must be no logo, borders, logo, copyright mark, identifying mark or any other visible references or mark on the submitted image.
Basic editing, including color enhancement, the use of filters and cropping of the photo is acceptable, providing any such editing does not effect the authenticity or genuineness of the photo. Advanced editing used to create illusions, deceptions or manipulation and the adding and removing of significant elements within the frame is prohibited.
Photos that are portrayed or otherwise include inappropriate or offensive content, including provocative nudity, violence to human rights and environmental violation and any other content deemed to be contrary to the law, religious, cultural and moral traditions and practices of India are strictly prohibited and will be immediately discarded. Further TaFMA added that the decision of the judges will be final and binding.