Camden Garden Festival offers photoshoot prize

Does your little one love to play in the garden or help out with yard work?

Well here’s your chance to win a special photoshoot for your bouncing baby green thumb.

A Gumnut Baby photo competition will be held as a part of Camden’s inaugural garden festival.

Camden Garden Festival organiser Emma Castle encouraged residents to send in their photos of kids under two years of age enjoying themselves in the great outdoors for a chance to win.

“The more creative the picture is, the better,” she said.

“People should enter because it’s fun.

“It’s always lovely to see your baby’s face in the paper and the prize is pretty fabulous too.

“It’s a great opportunity to flex your creative muscles, experiment with photography, and help support the new Camden Garden Festival.”

The grand prize is a $695 photoshoot with Emily O'Brien Photography which includes a 60 to 90 minute photo session, 50 Digital Images edited in both colour and black and white, 10 complimentary 5x7’’ matte art prints and more.

Camden Garden Festival organiser Emma Castle. Picture: Simon Bennett

Camden Garden Festival organiser Emma Castle. Picture: Simon Bennett

Ms Castle will judge the competition alongside Camden Advertiser editor Roma Dickins and Camden Regional Economic Taskforce executive officer Debbie Roberts. Some of the best images will be featured in the Camden Advertiser before entries close at midnight on Friday, August 31.

The winner will be announced at the Camden Garden Festival launch party on Friday, September 21. 

The festival will be held in conjunction with Camden Community Garden, Camden Produce Markets, the Australian Botanic Gardens, Mount Annan, Glenmore House, Camden Park House and Upstairs at Fred’s.

It will feature garden tours, talks from garden professionals and researchers and workshops including how to make a macrame plant hanger and a vegetable garden masterclass.

To enter, simply email your picture, your child’s name, age and suburb, as well as your best contact number to Entries close at midnight on Friday, August 31.