The 2010 Energizer Ultimate Photo Contest
The finalists have been chosen and it’s time to vote! The winner of this photo contest will win a trip for two to Mikonos, Greece.
This year, the Energizer Ultimate Photo Contest is all about you. Send in your photos, rate contest entries, see how your favorites are doing, and ask award-winning photographer and contest judge Jim Richardson your photography questions. The winning photo will also be featured in an Energizer ad in the December issue of National Geographic magazine.
- Grand Prize: Trip for two to Greece. Approximate Retail Value ("ARV"): $17,000.
- Six first prizes: Six First Prize winners will receive
- AA Energizer® Ultimate Lithium Batteries
- AAA Energizer® Ultimate Lithium Batteries
- Energizer® LED® Headlight
- Energizer® Ultimate® 1 AA Metal Light
- COOLPIX L110 Nikon Camera
- Litepanels Micro
- Epic Action Video HD Cam
- Litepanels Micro
- National Geographic’s Journeys of a Lifetime and
- National Geographic’s Image Collection (512 pages of National Geographic’s collection of images).
Each entrant may submit entries in any Theme category he/she wishes and may submit entries at different times during the entry period, but no entrant may submit more than one entry per Theme (6 total submissions allowed per entrant)
Each entry must comply with the following requirements:
- Photographs must be in digital format. No print or film submissions will be accepted for entry into this Contest;
- The photograph need not be taken with a digital camera; scans of negatives, transparencies, or photographic prints are acceptable;
- All digital files must be 5 megabytes or smaller, must be in JPEG or .jpg format, and must be at least 1,600 pixels wide (if a horizontal image) or 1,600 pixels tall (if a vertical image);
- Photographs may not previously have won an award in the National Geographic Energizer Ultimate Photography Contest or any National Geographic sponsored photography contest in the last two years;
- Minor burning, dodging and/or color correction is acceptable. Hand tinting is acceptable, as is cropping. Fish-eye lenses are acceptable. High dynamic range images (HDR) and stitched panoramas are acceptable only if the combined parts are all made around the same time.
Official web site: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/pictela