Young people in Moray are set a photography challenge

Image is the work of Megan Townshend when
attending a Dynamic Visions workshop with FitLike Photography earlier this

A Moray project led by young people with an interest in photography, filming and the outdoors is inviting entries for a competition promoting the ‘Year of Natural Scotland’.

Behind the project is Dynamic Visions, part of a growing community supported by The Celtic Tree.  They have teamed up with Asda Elgin, MFR’s ‘Cash for Kids’ and a group of young people at Milne’s High School.

Dynamic Visions spokeswoman Michelle Gillibrand said: “There is a fantastic well of young talented people in Moray who are further inspired by the environment they live in and the many creative opportunities it provides for photography and film-making.

“We are inviting young people of secondary and primary school age to submit their own moving or still images that demonstrates Natural Scotland and what that means to them in Moray.

“As well as receiving prizes from sponsors Asda in Elgin, the winning entries will have their work showcased at various public venues in Moray – their images may also be used for marketing and promotional purposes.

“The school which the winning entries attend will receive a monetary donation from Moray Firth Radio’s ‘Cash for Kids’.”

Entry details and forms can be obtained from the Dynamic Visions Facebook page.

Completed forms should be returned either by email or can be handed in to Asda Elgin, closing date for entries is Thursday, October 24.

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