Etisalat 2016 Photo Competition 2016 Entries Closes September 11

Etisalat Photo Competition - 789marketing
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Photography enthusiasts and professionals alike still have an opportunity to compete and win in the Etisalat Photography Competition by submitting their entries for the 2016 edition of the competition.

This year’s edition of Etisalat Photo Competition is tagged Performance with sub categories daily routines and celebratory and will close on September 11, 2016. To enter for this year’s competition, participants are required to visit photo.etisalat.com.ng  to register and submit entries for both Daily routines and Celebratory.

Voting will be announced after entry closes on September 11, 2016. The top 50 images from each category will be reviewed by a jury who will then unveil the finalists at the Grand opening of the LagosPhoto Festival”

The Director, Brands & Experience, Etisalat Nigeria, Elvis Ogiemwanye, while speaking about the theme, Performance explained that Etisalat Photography Competition uses the power of photography to create compelling stories that encapsulate individual experiences and identities from across Africa.

“We wish to explore the strength of photography in depicting our daily routines and celebratory activities and expressions under the categories daily routines and celebratory. We believe that the competition serves as a platform to foster creative expressions that celebrate our rich heritage and diversity”. He said.

The first prize winner in the competition will receive a Canon Camera; the second prize winner will get an iPhone, while the third prize winner will receive a Samsung. The shortlisted photographers will also be enrolled at LagosPhoto Summer School where they are expected to hone their skills.

The Etisalat Photography Competition kicks off series of activities leading to the opening of the 7th edition of the Etisalat-sponsored annual LagosPhoto Festival; the first and only international arts  festival of photography which features exhibitions, workshops, artist presentations, discussions, screenings, and large scale outdoor installations in public spaces in Lagos.