Peli Products, the global leader in design and manufacture of both high-performance case solutions and advanced portable lighting systems, is delighted to announce its International Photo Contest, for professional and amateur photographers alike.
The competition, launched online on the Peli Facebook page, www.facebook.com/PeliProducts is open to Peli products’ enthusiasts across Europe and will be judged by award-winning photographer, Gary Eastwood.
Eastwood, who regularly works with the National Geographic Channel®, and has had his work featured in key publications such as The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Times is also winner of the prestigious Take-a-view Landscape Photographer of the year.
With his expert eye, Eastwood will be judging images of Peli Products ‘in action.’ So, submit your pictures now and take the chance to be selected by a master of photography! Entry deadline is 11th December 2011.
Prize-winners will be announced on Peli’s Facebook page on December 15th and will be the lucky recipients of up to €1.000 worth of product. All information and Contest rules available on Peli’s Facebook page.
If you are not a Facebook user, but you would like to participate in the contest anyhow, you can send your picture to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send us your complete name and resident country as well.
Please bear in mind, that you will not be able to see the other competition entries, since you need to be a Facebook user in order to do so.
Click here for the complete competition rules.
Notes to Editor
About Gary Eastwood
Gary Eastwood has worked as a professional Landscape and Editorial Photographer for the last seven years. He was named UK Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2008 after winning the prestigious annual Take-a-View landscape photography competition run by renowned photographer Charlie Waite.
Gary regularly works with international organisations, including The National Geographic Channel (the TV arm of the internationally renowned magazine), EDF Energy, American Express, and The Kennel Club. He is the author of a regional landscape photography book, called Sussex Loving It, and is the main author of a new 'how-to' book, entitled Photographing the Elements, which is due to be published by Ilex Press early 2012. He regularly exhibits his work throughout the UK.
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