Over the 14th and 15th of December 2019, 24 photos in 24 hours is back in St Albans. Following on from the success of the St Albans Film Festival photography competition last summer it's back in town for a special festive edition. It will be running from St Albans Museum + Gallery, St Peter's Street, St Albans on 14th or 15th December from 11 am each day.
In the summer during the St Albans Film Festival, the 24 in 24 Photography Competition gave participants 24 things to photograph in 24 hours. Tasks were handed out at the Waddington Road Coffee + Kitchen and were posted to the film festival's social media pages.
The tasks included photographing objects, places, or emotions, and pictures can be taken on any camera or smartphone. Prizes could be won in three categories - Best Photo, Best Photo Taken by Someone Under 14, and Best Set of 24 Photos and the competition was judged by local photographer Mark Sims.
"For me, I would love to see families turn up and explore the city together, “said Film festival co-director Matt Bigg said: "We would like to see a wide range of people explore the city, take photos, and have a great time. Matt added: "There will not be a definite way in which the winning photos are taken, it is completely subjective and all interpretation.” "It will be exciting because at the end of the day it can be anything you want it to be."
If you want to take part in the St Albans Film Festival 24 in 24 Festive fun Photography competition remember to sign up then meet outside the Museum + Gallery at 11 am to collect your assignments, then it’s go, go, go as you try and photograph all 24 subjects is St Albans and Harpenden within the space of 24 hours.
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