Send Your National Cancer Survivors Day® Photos by June 9
Did you celebrate National Cancer Survivors Day® on Sunday, June 1? We want to see your photos! You could have one of your photos chosen for the cover of Coping® with Cancer magazine’s July/August 2014 Celebration Issue. We’re planning a section to showcase the wide variety of ways people have celebrated life on this special day. Send us your most interesting shots to share with other survivors in our special issue. Deadline is Monday, June 9, to be considered for Coping’s exclusive coverage of National Cancer Survivors Day.
What to Send
♦ Format: Close up, candid shots are preferred. Front cover candidates should have a vertical format and space left at the top for the Coping logo. Inside coverage candidates can be vertical or horizontal.
♦ Photo Description: Provide a short description of each photo submitted; list people from left to right.
♦ Digital Camera: Set your camera for the highest possible resolution (quality). Submit via email; or for very large files, submit via FTP or on disk.
♦ Film Camera: Coping no longer accepts prints. Only digital photos will be considered. Most photo printing services will be able to provide you with a CD of photos taken with a film camera.
♦ Event Information: Please provide the name of the event host (sponsor), event name, location (treatment center, park, etc.), city, and state. Also provide your contact information, including your name, organization, phone, and email.
How to Send
♦ Overnight digital photos to: Coping NCSD Issue, 1107 Lakeview Drive, Suite C-2, Franklin, TN 37067.
♦ Mail digital photos to: Coping NCSD Issue, P.O. Box 682268, Franklin, TN 37068-2268.
♦ Call:(615) 790-2400, ext. 24
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By submitting your photo(s), you and your sponsoring organization(s) acknowledge that you have the rights to the photo(s) and grant permission to allow Coping and the National Cancer Survivors Day Foundation to use submitted materials, in whole or in part, in print and electronic formats and for future publicity for National Cancer Survivors Day.
Due to the high volume received, materials, including but not limited to event information, photos, and computer disks, will not be returned. Coping is not responsible for lost, damaged, or unreturned materials.