ATOM Photo Comp 2018  
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Open to all Australian
and New Zealand residents


The ATOM Photo Comp is an initiative of Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM). It provides local photographers with the opportunity to submit a set of photographs and win fantastic prizes in the process.

  • Take 3 original photographs that address this year’s theme: ‘This Makes Me Happy’
  • Submit your 3 photos through our online entry system at;
  • Write a short statement (no more than 300 words) and submit it with your entry.

There are five categories: Lower Primary (Years F–3), Upper Primary (Years 4–6) Lower Secondary (Years 7–9), Upper Secondary (Years 10–12) and Open.

Prizes for winners of each of the five age-group categories include Ted’s Cameras gift vouchers valued at $500 for the primary categories, $1000 for the secondary categories and $2000 for Open!

  • Entry is free, and is open to all Australian and New Zealand residents.
  • All photos must be taken specifically for the ATOM Photo Comp 2018. All entries must be entered online at

For more detailed rules and guidelines, please visit

Enter your photographs now!

Entries close at midday AEST, Friday 7 September.

Good luck!

For more information, or to enter, visit

Achala Datar
Awards & Competitions Officer
Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM)

T: +61 3 9525 5302
F: +61 3 9537 2325


AFTRS courses:
AFTRS runs a number of short courses throughout the year for primary and secondary teacher PD. Create stories on the go with the AFTRS Online Mobile Content Creation course! Learn how to shoot and edit quality video with your iPhone, iPad or Android device in this five-week course, from the comfort of your keyboard. Enrolling now for 15 October. It’s NESA accredited for NSW teachers. Find more details on all of AFTRS’ teacher workshops here.


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