Call for photos: Texas Tree Conference
What’s the weirdest tree related thing you’ve seen this year? Did you get a photo of it?
Submit your interesting images and offbeat pics for an opportunity to share the uncommon with your fellow tree geeks at this year’s Texas Tree Conference. A slideshow will be put together for all to enjoy during the conference.
Be sure that your photo:
● Quality: at least least 300 dpi or better
● Size: 3-4MB
● Include photo credits
● Has a short description
How to share:
● Email images directly to email@example.com
● Upload to Flickr here https://www.flickr.com/groups/2815857@N21/>
Deadlines for the Texas Tree Conference’s Tree Geek Slideshow is 9/22/15
Photos may be submitted anytime for general sharing purposes.
● Photos may be used and shared for all sorts of media purposes, by submitting yours, you are signaling that you agree to share.
● ISAT puts safety FIRST; do not expect to see slides utilized that violate ANSI standards.
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