Every year the Press Photo of the Year receives the World Press Photo Award. It’s not unusual that this particular award has stirred up some controversy.
SIGMA Germany has started this sunny week with a call on Facebook. Those of you who submit their nicest and most special favorite photo of a structure until this Monday, 20 Feb 2017, 6:00 p.m., can win even twice: According to the advertisement every photo will be published on the Facebook page and can be seen there many, many times. On the other hand the best photo will be awarded a great prize – the SIGMA 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DC Macro OS HSM Contemporary lens.
Here you can learn more about your prize made of glass.
By the way, you won’t find a lot of inspiration on the internet only. If you focus more on this topic, you’ll discover the most beautiful structures even in your everyday routine, on the street, while taking a walk in the city or in nature and even within your own four walls. So open your eyes and your lens cap – and shoot!
Here you can check the official call: https://www.facebook.com/SIGMAFoto/photos/a.112233122161079.17004.112043995513325/1377935508924161/?type=3&theater
A chance I surely don’t want to miss – and I hope neither do you! 😉 I wish you all good luck!
The GEO Magazine is known for its fantastic photo series and extensive cover stories. The various topics range from sciences like medicine and biology to politics and traveling.
Every month the magazine’s editorial board looks for the best reader’s images. So every month the best 20 to 25 submitted photos get published on the GEO website with a little explanation as well as technical information. The best photo of this selection is printed in the journal every month. So – who would like to give it a try?
29. 01.2016 Borderland ©Carlo. S
“The image was taken on 12/29/2015 in the Arizona desert. In order to contrast the abandoned caravan with the dark desert ground I decided to illuminate it with the headlights of my rental car. I chose a bulb exposure of 15 seconds to achieve the interesting radiant cloud formation. Nikon D750 / focal length 14 mm aperture 8 / ISO 100 / gray filters / tripod” Location: Arizona / USA
Besides of that, there are also photo contests on the GEO website, where you can win everything from cameras to photo equipment – so this page is certainly worth a visit!
For those of you who already forgot: in the Summer of 2011, in the context of Our World Tour promotion, Sigma Germany elected a “World Scout” and sent him on a round-the-world trip. The winner was Mario Dirks, who subsequently travelled 50 interesting destinations in 50 weeks with a SD1 and several Sigma lenses in his bag. He uploaded videos and photos on YouTube and Flickr and blogged about his adventures and the equipment he used to capture them on the Our-World-Tour blog. As of late, there is a contest to win a DP1 Merrill on the same blog. 😉