The North Carolina Seafood Festival Introduces 2020 Storefront Poster Photography Competition
Morehead City, NC – Each year, The North Carolina Seafood Festival produces a Storefront Poster that is distributed to hundreds of businesses on the Crystal Coast and beyond to promote the upcoming Festival. Inclusion on the poster has become an honored recognition for winning professional and amateur photographers.
This year, The NC Seafood Festival is searching for photography for inclusion on the 34th Annual NC Seafood Festival Storefront Poster. The winning photograph should be shot in Coastal Carolina and reflect the seafood industry, coastal scenery or wildlife, or a previous NC Seafood Festival.
Submitted photos must be 4 x 6, 5 x 7, or 8 x 10 in size, taken from a 35 mm film based negative or digital camera, with images 4 Mega Pixels or larger. No matting will be allowed. The winning photographer will be asked to submit a copy of the winning photograph on disk or usb for the purposes of reproduction. Email of the image is not preferred and will not be accepted. Please include a protective stamped and self - addressed envelope if you would like USB or disk returned.
All entries must be delivered or mailed to the NC Seafood Festival office, 412- D Evans Street, Morehead City, NC 28557, by Friday, July 10, 2020 by 4:00 PM. A maximum of 4 photographs may be submitted per photographer.
The winning photographer will receive $125 cash prize. Photography chosen for the Storefront Poster will become property of The North Carolina Seafood Festival, who reserves the rights to use the photograph at will in future marketing of the Festival.
Questions concerning the Storefront Poster competition should be directed to 252-726-6273 or email email@example.com.
The North Carolina Seafood Festival is a not-for-profit organization in Carteret County whose vision is to promote the positive social and economic impact of the seafood industry. To learn more about the North Carolina Seafood Festival and stay updated on the 2020 Festival scheduled for October 2-4 on the Morehead City Waterfront, visit www.ncseafoodfestival.org.