Fujifilm is joining forces with National Geographic magazine to offer one lucky photo enthusiast the chance to shoot an assignment for the magazine.

Fujifilm is joining forces with National Geographic magazine to offer one lucky photo enthusiast the chance to shoot an assignment for the magazine.

Through a competition dubbed Morning, Noon and Night, digital enthusiasts are being invited to interpret the titular theme and produce a trio of shots depicting anything from people, places and landscapes to cityscapes, moods and movements. The winning photographer will be given the chance to go on assignment with globetrotting, adventure photographer Bill Hatcher and see their results published in a special three-page feature in an upcoming issue.

The competition aims to highlight the abilities of Fujifilm?s F30 Zoom camera, which offers a high sensitivity range up to ISO3200. The camera forms part of the prize package with the first, second and third-placed finalists receiving it as a prize. A further fifty runners up will win a copy of the recently published National Geographic Field Guide Action and Adventure.

Competition entrants can enter using any digital camera, providing three shots and a description of less than 100 words. For competition details, entry forms and conditions visit www.morningnoonandnight.co.uk