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Kolari Vision launches a new photo contest

Kolari Vision is a company I respect and have used for all of my IR cameras including camera modifications and filters.  I wholly recommend them, and also the process of making a camera infrared, or full spectrum, for the photographic possibilities it opens up to you.

From KolariVision;

The 'Life in Another Light' Infrared Photo Contest

Here at Kolari Vision, we’re proud to announce the first ever official infrared photography contest aimed at showing the photography world the best shots and stories from the infrared community. Prizes will be awarded across 6 categories of infrared photography, and include over $11,000 in cash and infrared photography gear, with a grand prize of $1,000 cash + $1,000 of infrared photography equipment awarded to ‘Best Infrared Photo Essay’. Prizes will also be awarded to one visible light photo essay and one visible light photo per applicable category! So, even photographers who do not own an infrared camera can participate and earn their chance to win some IR photography gear! Click here for all the details!

See Kolari Vision for all your infrared camera needs

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