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For your chance to win 1 of 5 copies of Fugifilm's great book '10X100 10 Australian Photographers', send us 1 un-edited image of your choosing. The image must be taken by you. If your image is selected from all our entries, you will be the lucky winner of one of the 5 books we have up for grabs!
Your image will then be given to 3 WECC members: Tyler Alberti, Connor McGill and Nick Bedford. They will each interpret your image in their own unique way, the 3 final images will be posted to our website each Sunday for the next 5 weeks. 
You may enter multiple times and you will have 5 chances at winning your own copy of this great book.


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