Arts students could win placement with professional photographer in national awards

A photograph by Norwich University of the Arts student Katherine Blamire, which has been shortlisted

A photograph by Norwich University of the Arts student Katherine Blamire, which has been shortlisted for an award. Picture: Katherine Blamire - Credit: Katherine Blamire

Images captured by two Norwich students are in the running for a national photography award.

A photograph by Norwich University of the Arts student Chris Roberts, which has been shortlisted for

A photograph by Norwich University of the Arts student Chris Roberts, which has been shortlisted for an award. Picture: Chris Roberts - Credit: Chris Roberts

Norwich University of the Arts students Katherine Blamire and Chris Roberts have been shortlisted for the student awards.

Winners of the competition, organised by monitor manufacturer Eizo, secure a placement with a world renowned photographer and a new computer monitor.

Now in its third year, the competition was looking for images in which colour played a significant role in the idea or creation.

The shortlisted entries now will be presented to the judges, who are all professional photographers.


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There will be a total of three national winners announced on June 14, with the photography placements set to take place this summer.

Hayley Osborne, Eizo marketing manager, said: "We are excited to announce the shortlist this year as the standard of entries has been incredible."

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