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Boise Weekly's 14th Annual Black-and-White Photo Contest Call for Entries


We're getting closer to the deadline for Boise Weekly's 14th annual Black-and-White Photo Contest and there are a few changes shutterbugs should be aware of.

First the basics: You have until Wednesday, June 1 to submit your best non-color shots on the themes of People, Places and Things. The winner will be published on the cover of the Wednesday, June 15 edition of BW and entered in the annual BW Cover Auction. You can submit as many entries as you want—at $5 per entry—but you'll have to do so one at a time.

Now, here's what has changed: Our entry process will be conducted digitally. Upload your pieces to and they'll be voted on between Thursday, June 2 and Sunday, June 12 to select a People's Choice winner. On the website you'll find submission information, be able to view the current entries, vote on your favorites and see the winners. The top spots will be selected by a panel of judges, to be announced. The winner picked for the cover will be required to provide a high-resolution copy of the image.

See the rest of the fine print under Official Rules here. In the meantime, happy shooting.