Photos being accepted for bicentennial book
INDIANAPOLIS (AP/WISH) – Indiana’s professional and amateur photographers have less than a month remaining to submit photos for possible inclusion in a coffee table book commemorating the state’s bicentennial.
May 15 is the deadline to send in photos of people and places for consideration in the book that will toast next year’s bicentennial.
Submitted photos must be taken in Indiana and should reflect one or more of several categories, including natural environment and landscape, buildings and architecture, farms and fields and the Hoosier people.
Photographers won’t be paid if their photos are included in the book, but they will receive a photo credit.
“Indiana at 200: A Celebration of the Hoosier State” will run about 240 pages and will be published by M.T. Publishing Company, Inc.
Click here to submit photos through the official website. Click here for more detailed guidelines on file type, quality type and categories for submission.