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Peli launches International Photo Contest 2017

Posted 4 July 2017 · Add Comment

Peli Products has announced the launch of its International Photo Contest for creative professional and amateur photographers to capture images of Peli products being used.


Photo by Sergio Laburu www.espeleofoto.com

The competition is open to everyone from anywhere in Europe. They are all invited to send their best pictures of Peli products 'in action'. It provides an opportunity to show creativity, talent and love for photography. So if you have a good story to tell - involving Peli equipment - you may be able to win recognition for your work and possibly a prize from Peli.

There will be three prizes:
1st prize: 1.000€ in Peli Products
2nd prize: 750€ in Peli Products
3rd prize: 500€ in Peli Products
 
The prize winners will be able to choose their favourite products from Peli - worth up to the amount set for each prize - and their winning pictures will be showcased in the 2018 Peli’s Official Calendar.

The contest is open from the 3rd July and the deadline for entries is the 31st of August 2017.

The winning photos will be determined by an internal Peli jury, and they will be announced in Peli Facebook on the 1st of September.

Photo Contest submissions
Full details of the competition’s rules, prize and judging procedures are available since July 3rd at http://www.facebook.com/PeliProducts .
All photographs need to be submitted through this platform after completing the participation form.

 

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