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What does Texture look like, through your eyes?

8 April 2020 | Photo & Video Comp

Each month we will be giving you a theme to focus on. Using that theme, post your photos and videos to your Instagram feed with #ThroughMyEyes and #CampusPV2020.

This month’s theme is texture so start looking around you and let your creativity flow. At the end of the month we will select one submission to receive a $300 voucher to use at Ted’s Photographics.


The Finer Details:

Giveaway Period: 12.01am on 1st April– midnight on 30th April 2020

Entry Mechanism: Post your photos and videos to your Instagram using the specified hashtags before the Giveaway Period ends.

Judging Criteria: Eligible submissions will be reviewed by an appointed representative who will select a recipient. 

Prize Details: One (1) x Ted’s Photographic gift voucher to the value of $300

Prize terms: The prize voucher is valid for use in line with the providers instructions. The prize must be taken as offered and failure to accept the offered prize will result in forfeiture of that prize. The forfeited prize will be offered to an alternate Submission. The prize must be utilised within the time frame determined by the provider. The prize voucher is not redeemable for cash or transferable.

Conditions of Entry: Eligible submissions will must have been posted to an Instagram profile using the specified hashtag prior to midnight 30th April. Winners must be a current student at a TAG member campus. By entering the competition you give organisers permission to share your entry across communication platforms for the purpose of promoting the competition 

Limitation of Liability: Competition Organisers have the sole discretion regarding organisation of the giveaway including dates, times and eligibility. The Giveaway may only be awarded if a minimum of three (3) eligible Submissions are received. If there is less than three (3) eligible submissions at the close of the Competition Period, Organisers reserve the right to not award the prize.

What does Texture look like, through your eyes?