It's time to get that camera clicking and be in the running for one of Hong Kong's top photography awards. Use your creative skills and take a fantastic photograph of Hong Kong to win great prizes and recognition for your work in the Foreign Correspondents' Club (FCC) Photographer of the Year Awards 2002. All you need to do is check if your school is participating in the awards, and if so, enter your photo. There is a special student section - 'SCMP Young Post Hong Kong Perspective'. The two categories are: Beyond the Highrise and World City. 'SCMP Young Post Hong Kong Perspective', co-sponsored by the South China Morning Post and the Hong Kong Tourism Board, seeks to promote images that capture the unique qualities and characteristics of Hong Kong. Students between the ages of 12 and 18 from participating schools are eligible to join the competition. So grab your camera and get out there. Open your eyes to Asia's World City and create a memorable image. Last year's student winner, Darren Siu, who finished with an honourable mention, won a Pentax Zoom compact camera. Darren took an artistic contemporary shot to claim top position. There ae also professional and non-professional categories for adults to enter the awards. This is the second FCC Photographer of the Year Awards (POYA). For more information and to find out if your school is participating, go to the Web site: www.fcchk.org For enquiries, call the POYA secretary on 2521 1511 or e-mail email@example.com The deadline is December 14, so get snapping!