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SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED: Humanity Hallows Student Photography Competition

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Voting is now open for the Humanity Hallows magazine student photography competition.

Humanity Hallows are delighted to announce the shortlisted entries for the Issue 7 Student Photography Competition.

All Manchester Met students were invited to submit entries into the Humanity Hallows Student Photography Competition, celebrating the beautiful city of Manchester.

The shortlisted entrants will be put to a social media vote running until Monday 11th September. The most popular image will be selected as winner and the announcement and a formal presentation made at the Humanity Hallows Issue 7  launch party in September (date to be announced soon). All entries have been considered carefully by a panel of judges from the Student Media Office and Multimedia Journalism department at Manchester Met.

The overall winner will receive £100 in vouchers, an official award certificate and the opportunity to be published in Issue 7 of Humanity Hallows print magazine.

Vote for your winning picture below on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. #HumanityHallowsMCR


By Molly Warnke
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By Giulietta Ellman

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By Jessye Persse

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By Assan Begimov

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By Ben Macwhinnie

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