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    Goa Center for Alternative Photography (Goa-CAP), a non-profit, artist initiated Centre of excellence in India is dedicated to work on the alternate photography and archival research.

    Goa-CAP, in partnership with Zero Images, Holga, and Sténoflex, launches the Goa International Pinhole Photography Contest 2010 in order to support, promote and celebrate the art of pinhole photography in India and to honor

    The World Pinhole Photography Day, April 25, 2010.
    All pinhole photographers around the world are welcome to participate in this contest. From 1st of March to 5th of April 2010, pinhole photographers can send in their entries either by the email (mail id: or snail mail to the Goa Center for Alternative Photography office in India. The deadline for entries is 05 April 2010.

    The eminent Jury panel for this contest comprises of some of the internationally acclaimed pinhole and alternative photographers namely Mr. Mieko Tadokoro, Chairman of Japan Pinhole Photographic Society (JPPS), Mr. Gregg D. Kemp, Founding member Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) and Founder of Pinhole Visions web site Mr. Byron James Bignell, founder of Pinhole Gallery, a gallery of Contemporary Pinhole Photography and Keliy Anderson-Staley, Workshop Coordinator, The Center for Alternative Photography

    There are exciting prizes to be won by the contenders of the Pinhole photography contest. Zero Image Cameras will provide three Zero Image Cameras with winner's name engraved on the camera, Holga will provide 10 pinhole cameras, (Holga 120 and Holga 135 ) to the winners and Sténoflex will provide 10 classic Le Sténopé Mini Labo Luxe cameras.

    The world pinhole day, 25th April 2010 would be celebrated with a grand exhibition curating the winning and jury selected images in New Delhi. The exhibition will then travel to Mumbai and Goa. All the competition entered images would be presented in a coffee table book to be published in August 2010.

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