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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)-The Third Exhibition of Artistic Photography Expo Photo Costa Rica 2013 will be from October 25th to the 27th at Antigua Aduana. Those interested in showing their artistic photographs are being called on.

    Participants may exhibit as many photographs as they want and the themes and techniques are free. Registration is due on September 14th and it costs ¢ 12,500 for one to three photos. Each additional photograph will cost c2.000.

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    Selected images will be classified by the jury in four categories under various technical, thematic and / or aesthetic criteria.

    “Each year the level of the proposals is higher, which poses a challenge for all who want to participate because they must be in constant professional growth and determined to improve them,” said Paulina Segura, the Photo Expo director.

    This year the exhibition will be digital, in other words, the photographs will be projected on large high-definition screens during the four days of exposure.

    In addition, a catalog with all the photographs will be published, which people will be able to purchase during the event.

    There will also be a fair where photographic products and services, as well as lectures and workshops will be offered. Photographs can be sent to this address: [email protected]

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose, Costa Rica

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