Hello ladies and gentlemen!
This year has proven to have crazy questionable weather but, alas finally!
The cold has been slowly been driven away and in its place warmth has seeped into the Earth, making flowers and critters sing and dance in the sunshine. As the flowers begin to grow, Black Star Radio continues to grow as well, playing the music you wanna hear and playing the games you wanna play.
Speaking of games, anyone else ever feel that sometimes in the spring, there are just sometimes scenery you belong belong in a fantastical fictitious world? We agree, and we’re asking you to capture these scenes and bring it to use. From April 25th to May 10th we are hosting a photography contest that will blow the audience away!
There are two categories to this contest – Photo-shopped images and non photo-shopped images. And the theme is Scenery. Got a picture perfect place in mind? Good! Go do it! Here are the entry rules and requirements:
1. A small exerpt must be given describing why this would fit into a video game, which one, OR be creative and describe your own imaginations as to how this would fit into a video game of your own creation.
2. Photo must be scenic to fit the Game Related theme.
Judges – Kelli, Jay, and Hope
Two categories – Photoshop and Natural
1. Must be a photo you have taken, NOT a photo off the internet.
2. A simple picture will suffice however this is a serious photography contest – the judges will be judging as if they are actual Photography Art Critics – so take your time and learn what we are looking for in a photo.
3. No plagiarism, again the member must have taken this photo themselves, no one elses work may be claimed 4. Must have your photos in by May 10th – if you do not then you will have to wait for the fall photography contest. NO EXCEPTIONS 5. Judging will happen on May 11th through the 15th.
4. Winners and runner ups will be posted up on FB, Twitter, Gaia Guild Home Page, and the BSR Website.
5. Once submitted BSR has the right to use the images as advertisements, promotions, or events – however the credit for taking/creating the photograph will always go to the artist