But You Can Always Take A Photo

Posted: June 30, 2011 in Snowy Mountains
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So if you had the chance to be a published photographer what image would you like to see in the space above?

At ‘Its A Hard Life’ we really want to see what you guys out there are pointing your cameras at… whether thats a gnarly free ride ski shot or pics of your favourite four legged friend.

Each Friday will we feature a photograph taken by you that says something unique about the Snowy Mountains region. After we select it we will contact you and find out a little bit about why you shot it and what it means to you.

Later on in the 2011 Snow Season ‘Its A Hard Life’ will be offering full day photography workshops and we will select the photographer who submits the best image to participate free of charge.

So here is your chance to attend a photography workshop given by ‘Its A Hard Life’s’ esteemed photojournalist Lisa Hogben, who has worked for TIME, The New York Times, The Australian and The Sun Herald and won innumerable photographic awards. Hogben has also been a highly regarded mentor and teacher at The Australian Center for Photography and North Sydney Community Center and has shot a feature length documentary ‘Beautiful Music’ on the exploits of the Sydney Street Choir in the Northern Territory. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally at The Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, The Australian Center for Photography and IndexG Gallery in Toronto to name a few.

So hurry up and start snapping, at ‘Its A Hard Life….’ good photography makes us smile!

Please submit entries via our group site at Flickr with all your relevant contact details or email us via our contact page.

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