Barcelona - 23 July, 2013
Peli Products hosts annual photography competition, ‘Peli around the world’, with award-winning photographer Thorsten Milse
Peli Products S.L.U has opened this year’s photo contest - enter now by sending your photos of Peli products ‘in action’
Peli Products, worldwide designer and manufacturer of high-performance case solutions and advanced portable lighting systems, announced last week the Peli International Photo Competition 2013, ‘Peli around the world’, in collaboration with photographer Thorsten Milse. The contest runs from the 1st July to the 31st August 31 and is open to any enthusiast of Peli Products across Europe and for their chance to win a holiday to Marrakesh to continue exploring exotic sightseeing and take breath-taking snapshots.
This competition is giving consumers a chance to capture their Peli products ‘in action’. The value of the photography depends on how spectacular and exotic the Peli Product is seen through a camera lens. The contestant is asked to explain the story behind the photograph with a caption.
The first place prize of return flights and 3 nights bed and breakfast in a double room in a 4* hotel in Marrakesh worth up to €800 will be chosen by Canon Ambassador Photographer ‘Thorsten Milse’, so uniqueness and creativity will be a key factor! Milse is a freelance photographer who specialises in wildlife photography and previous Grand Prize of the Nature’s Best Photo Competition whose work has been published in multiple different magazines, books, postcards and calendars worldwide.
Second place prize of a Peli U160 Half Case Camera Backpack will be chosen based on the number of votes from Peli’s Facebook fans. Multiple entries are permitted and the winners of the competition will be notified by email. Any incomplete entries will not be eligible for judgement.
Submissions are to be posted on the Peli Facebook page or sent to email@example.com along with your complete name and resident country. Any details or contest rules will be available on Peli’s Facebook page. Must be 18 to enter and a legal European resident.