TACOMA, WA.- The Washington State Historical Society is accepting submissions for a new online gallery called Four Points of Washington State. Submissions are to consist of a set of four photographs, all taken from different views, and all taken from the same location. Accepted submissions will be on display starting in September in the Four Points online gallery at WashingtonHistory.org.
“These images are a way for the public to make a contribution to the lasting, permanent photography collection of the Washington State Historical Society,” said Fred Poyner, digital assets manager for the Washington State Historical Society and History Museum. “Four Points of Washington State will offer visitors a collection of views from across Washington State.”
Each image displayed in the online gallery will be credited to its photographer. Entries must be submitted between March 1 and August 1, 2009.
As contemporary examples of digital photography, the images should be taken no earlier than January 1, 2009. Each image should be at least 4" x 6" at 300 dpi resolution in uncompressed TIFF or JPEG file formats.
All accepted submissions become the property of the Washington State Historical Society, with no restrictions on usage. The Society does not pay any fees for images received as part of the Four Points project, and reserves the right to reject any content deemed unsuitable for our public audiences or not in keeping with the Four Points theme.
For more information or to submit photographs, please contact Fred Poyner IV at (253) 798-5911, email@example.com.