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The Shutterbug Awards – Enter Now

Just two weeks to go to enter The Shutterbug Awards 2012.

Open to all non-professional Photographers.

$20,000 in Prizes and your work showcased on the big screen and published in the annual Shutterbug Awards book.

Have you got what it takes? Entry closes 31st August.

When:
21/08/2012
Where:
Oxford Street, Paddington, NSW, 2026
How Much:
$0
Web:
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