Brighton Marathon is offering three lucky photographers the chance to win an Olmpus digital camera. Entrants simply have to snap a shot on the day in either the open, Under 16 or Mobile Phone categories then submit up to 5 shots to email@example.com.
What Digital Camera’s own Nigel Atherton will be one of the judges, and the victor in each category will not only recieve a Tough-3000, FE-5030 or E-PL1 Olympus camera, but also have thier work printed in the magazine. For more information head to http://brightonmarathon.co.uk/
Race Day Competitions Olympus Photography Competition Brighton Marathon is very pleased to announce Olympus as the sponsor of our competition for the best race day photos. Whether you are a budding sports photographer or just manage to capture a really good shot on the day, we’d like to see the results. We have the following prize categories: 1. Open Competition – Best overall photograph of the Brighton Marathon 2. Mobile Phone Competition – Best photograph taken by a mobile phone 3. Under 16 Competition – Best photograph taken by an Under 16 (on race day) How it works: · Competition publicised through our media partners, our website, and through mass emails to our runners. · Each entrant to submit a maximum of 5 photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday 30th April. · Judges to be: A representative from Olympus, Gary Edwards from The Icon Design Partnership and Tim Hutchings, Race Director. · Guidelines for judging – photos to encapsulate any and all from the following elements: Sport, Fun, Elation, Crowds, · Determination, Athleticism, Brighton & Hove, Exhaustion, Blood-Sweat-and-Tears, Family. · “What Digital Camera” have agreed to cover the race (via the competition) – top shots in the magazine. · Prizes: an Olympus Camera for each of the three categories.