Photo by Margaret Nicola Abruzzo, Institute for Advanced Study
Notre Dame faculty and staff are asked once again to pull out their cameras — or smartphones or tablets — for the 2016 NDWorks Photo Contest.
Those who work on campus see things visitors don’t: the beauty of campus at sunrise and sunset; hidden spots that the typical visitor doesn’t see; close encounters with the squirrels that call Notre Dame home.
We’re looking for smartphone (or iPad, tablet or traditional camera) photos taken by faculty and staff that celebrate your favorite people, places and things on campus this spring and summer.
Photo contest guidelines
Photos can be taken with any device but must be a high-resolution image (300 dpi) with a file size of 1-2 MBs to be printed.
Enter your images of campus people, places and things any time through Friday, Aug. 26. We’ll post submissions on our Pinterest page where they can be liked or re-pinned (create your own, free Pinterest account to view all the submissions). You can see both recent and last year’s entries at pinterest.com/UofNotreDame/notre-dame-iphone-ography.
We’ll print some of our favorites in NDWorks, and feature entries throughout the season on the news.nd.edu Campus Spotlight.
Copyright remains with the photographer. Each digital image submitted should be labeled with your name and a title (i.e., yourlastname_tulips.jpeg) Email submissions and any questions to Carol C. Bradley, firstname.lastname@example.org.