Submit your “Technology in Peachtree Corners” Photos for Peachtree Corners Magazine by January 25th!
The members of the Peachtree Corners Photography Club will have an opportunity to have their photos featured in the upcoming February/March issue of the Peachtree Corners Magazine. Peachtree Corners is known for embracing smart city technology, so let’s show it off – the technologies themselves, and people using them. Here are some examples and ideas for photos using the theme “Technology in Peachtree Corners”:
Technology integrations in the City (Electric vehicle charging stations, smart street lights, surveillance cameras).
Technology buildings and signage in PTC (Curiosity Lab, Atlanta Tech Park, Intuitive, digital sign at Tech Park & Tech Park South, Urban Canopy at Town Center, Button Art with robot).
People interacting with technology in a PTC setting (taking selfies or scrolling on their phones, reading a Kindle book, open laptop, GPS map in a car, the computer lab at a school, an MRI machine, smart watches, Fitbit, mirrorless camera, in a sound studio).
See a few example photos below by member Marcia Brandes for inspiration. We hope you’re inspired to let your creativity and imagination run wild, and we can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Members of the Peachtree Corners Photography Club may submit up to five (5) images for consideration. If you’re not already a member, join here.
See a few example photos below by Marcia Brandes for inspiration!
Must have been taken within the City of Peachtree Corners
Photography can be new or from your archives.
Must fit the "Technology in Peachtree Corners" theme described above.
The image must be a .jpg between 2-4 MB.
The file name must start with the photographer’s name.
All photos must have a title.
All photos must have a location where the photo was taken, as specific as possible and practical.
If there are minors in the image who are recognizable, you must have their parent’s permission to submit the photo.