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We have a judge for the March contest

Posted by Teresa Hanafin  April 3, 2009 11:07 AM

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Lance Keimig, a professional photographer who specializes in night photography, has agreed to judge our March contest, with the theme "Nighttime is the right time."

I discovered Lance when he posted a comment on our March contest description inviting all of you to enroll in his Night Photography class at the New England School of Photography. (It started last Monday, March 30.)

His website, The Night Skye, not only has galleries of his work from Boston, Japan, Scotland, and elsewhere; it also chronicles how he fell in love with photography after dark.

Lance is coming by the Globe on Monday evening to narrow the 300+ photos entered in the contest down to 50, and then we'll post a Final 50 gallery on Tuesday and the Voting Machine on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, look for more contest galleries this afternoon. I'm busy working on our new forums to get them ready for launch Monday morning, but I'm also building galleries so you all can see the entries in a nice big format before it's time for you to vote.

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