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July 14, 1991
1. Only amateur photographers are eligible to enter. Anyone is eligible except employees of the Times Mirror Co. and their families, and employees of Eastman Kodak Co. and their families.2. No rules or information about the contest will be given over the phone. The winners will be announced in the Oct. 13 issue.3. Black-and-white or color pictures taken after Jan. 1, 1989, are eligible. The contest ends at midnight Aug. 12, 1991. All entries should be mailed to the Sun Magazine Photo Contest, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278.
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October 1, 1995
Like father, like son. Or is it the other way around? For the first time in memory two people from the same family have won prizes in Sun Magazine's annual photo contest -- Baltimorean Karl G. Franz, a pre-press manager for a printing firm, and his son Max, a student at Archbishop Curley High School. But that wasn't the only surprise in this year's contest. For the first time, the grand prize went to an entrant in the 16 and Under category. That would be Max, who was pretty cool about his double good fortune.
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June 20, 1993
Ready, set, shoot! It is time once again for Sun Magazine's annual photo contest. This year we're trying something different: contest categories. It may seem cruel, but we're trying to cut down on the huge amount of images of cute kids, cuddly pets and vacation scenery that we receive. So, we're asking only for color or black-and-white photographs of landscapes, portraits and action scenes. Strive for artistic merit rather than sentimental value.One color and one black-and-white winner will be chosen in each of the three categories.
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July 9, 1995
1. Only amateur photographers are eligible. Anyone who derives less than 5 percent of his or her income from photography is considered an amateur. Anyone is eligible except employees of the Times Mirror Co. and their families, and employees of Eastman Kodak Co. and their families.2. No rules or information about the contest will be given over the phone. The winners will be announced in October.3. Black-and-white or color pictures taken after Jan. 1, 1993, are eligible. Pictures previously published or entered in the Kodak International Newspaper Snapshot Awards contest or any other competition are not eligible.
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June 11, 1995
Ready, set, flash! It's time once again for Sun Magazine's Photo Contest. The categories this year are abstract (the artist's view), landscape and portrait.One color and one black-and-white winner will be chosen in each of the three categories. We also will choose one junior winner from among all the entries sent by people age 16 and under. Photographs will be accepted through Friday, July 21. The winners will receive $250 each; one also will be awarded a grand prize of $1,000. As usual, winning photos taken on Kodak film and printed on Kodak paper will be forwarded to the Kodak International Newspaper Snapshot Awards (KINSA)
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June 5, 1994
It's the moment amateur photographers have been waitin for: opening day in Sun Magazine's Photo Contest. The categories this year are abstract/still life, landscapes and portraits. Strive for artistic merit rather than sentimental value.One color and one black-and-white winner will be chosen in each of the three categories. We also will choose one junior winner from among all the entries sent by people age 16 and under. Photographs will be accepted through Friday, July 15. The winners will receive $250 each; one also will be awarded a grand prize of $1,000.
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