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5015 Instant Photo Competition

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by Julia Wakefield (subscribe)
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Take a tour of the port, snap a photo and win a camera
The 2013 Port Festival is only a week away, and a big part of it is the 5015 Photography event. There will be a special section at this event called 5015 Instant, which will be on show at the Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre from October 18 - 20.

The Fujifilm Instax 210 prize package will be awarded to the most interesting and creative photograph in the exhibition by a panel of suitably qualified judges.

You can participate in the 5015 instant photography event and win a handy brand new Fujifilm Instax 210 instant camera with a ten shot pack of film valued at $150!

This Saturday, October 12, the Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre and 5015 are offering four informative hour long guided walking tours of the Port to 40 lucky participants (in 4 groups of 10), as well as the opportunity to share the use of a Fujifilm Instax 210 instant camera along the way!

It's so easy to join in this event!

1. Book a place on a guided tour by calling 08 8405 6560

2. Fill out an entry form on the day and agree to have your photo exhibited in the 5015 Instant.

3. Take one single instant photo during your walk.

4. Compose your photo in landscape orientation only.

Remember, bookings are essential.

The winner of the competition will be announced at the launch of the 5015 Photography event on Friday 18 October. More details about the 5015 event coming soon - with some photos to give you a taste of what's in store.
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Where: Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre
Cost: Gold Coin donation
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