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Win an exhibition spot in Light Play photo competition

Win an exhibition spot in Light Play photo competition

AUCKLAND, November 15 D-Photo magazine and Jax Tapas & Wine Bar in Auckland are excited to offer the New Zealand photographic community the chance to have work professionally printed, framed and displayed for sale.

Enter the Light Play competition online at www.dphoto.co.nz/jax for your chance to see your work hanging in the high-quality boutique wine and tapas bar in Newmarket, which also doubles as a photography gallery – see www.jaxwinebar.co.nz for more info.

The theme “light play” can be interpreted as literally or creatively as you wish, submissions need simply be technically excellent and creatively striking – visit www.dphoto.co.nz/jax for further entry criteria.

The deadline for submissions is Monday, December 17, so get your best works sorted right away!

For full terms and conditions head to www.dphoto.co.nz/jax now and visit www.jaxwinebar.co.nz for venue information.

ENDS

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