Photography. Calling all photographers. Circular Head Council wants your image to be used on a new tourism sign, promoting the area beyond Stanley.
The Council’s Essence of the Far North West photography competition will see the most captivating image of Circular Head used on a sign on the Bass Highway, just before Stanley.
Prize money of $1000 is up for grabs for the winning shot.
The winning picture will be used as the basis of a three metre by two metre tourism sign to be erected adjacent the Bass Highway, at a site to be determined, east of the Stanley Highway turn-off.
Circular Head Mayor Daryl Quilliam said, “Council hopes by offering this incentive to get several entries that captures the magnificence of the far north west corner of Circular Head.
“The winning image will be featured on a sign that will be in place for a minimum period of five years, so a captivating image is required.”
Cr Quilliam suggested images of the rugged far north west, the Tarkine, surfing at Marrawah or Woolnorth as examples.
The competition closes Friday November 1.
For more information contact Circular Head Council designer strategic projects officer on 6452 4880 or go to www.circularhead.tas.gov.au.
The winning image will need to be enlarged to three metres by two metres in size, without loss of clarity, so the council requires the image to be entered to be at the following specifications:
Pixel dimensions: 18000 x 12000
File type: uncompressed CMYK file (TIF or PSD format)