[kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.carolinaphotojournalism.org/weblog/wp-content/slideshows/slideshow_cpj.swf” height=”375″ width=”500″ fvars=”xmlfile=http://www.carolinaphotojournalism.org/weblog/wp-content/slideshows/37th/images.xml”/] The 2007 37th Frame Winners
37th Frame: The Best of Carolina Photojournalism
37th Frame is an annual photo contest open to all University of North Carolina photojournalism students. The contest is entirely student run and winning photos are printed and displayed during the opening exhibit. The 2007 exhibition was hosted by the Chapel Hill Museum and ran from March 29 until May 25, 2007.
• All images shot between February 1, 2007, and February 2, 2008, are eligible for entry.
• Entrants should have completed one photo class in the VisCom sequence.
• Entry is not limited to photo majors.
• Submit high resolution jpegs only, preferably 300 dpi.
• You are allowed up to 20 entries; two may be photo stories.
• Each photo story can have up to 10 images.
• Be sure to caption each image!! (Place caption information in the description section of file info in Photoshop)
• Label the file with your name and entry number. Example: smith001.jpg
• Place photo story entries in separate folders with a black title slide at the beginning. Be sure to include your story introduction before the caption in the first photograph’s file info section.
• Submissions are due on the server, in your class folder labeled 37th Frame or on a disc to Pat Davison.