Canon Photomarathon 2017: Register Now!
What Is It?
Calling all the budding photographers and professionals out there—get ready for the photography event of the year. After capturing breathtaking stills in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and the Philippines, Canon Photomarathon’s 8th edition is now making its way to India. This photomarathon is a one of its kind on-ground photography contest that takes place every year in Delhi and Mumbai. The best part is that two photographers from both the cities will win an all-expense paid trip to Canon Photo Clinic in Japan.
Who Is It For?
Doesn’t matter if you’re 18 or 80, anybody who owns a DSLR or point-and-shoot camera can participate. Participants should be above 18 years of age, be a resident/citizen of Indian and own a camera (any brand, barring smartphones).
Why Should I Go For It?
If you’ve got an eye for the perfect frame, this is where you can prove it! Participants will be given two themes throughout the day (two hours per theme) and will be challenged to capture photographic masterpieces accordingly. One winner from each city will win the grand prize—an awesome all-paid trip to Canon’s Photo Clinic in Japan! For the other participants, there are a lot of prizes to be won, including a Canon DSLR. Other events to be organised on-ground include photography workshops, free service camps, Canon product showcase and an epic rock band performance.
Registrations are now open and the fee is Rs. 500 (to be paid online or at the event). If you choose to register and pay online, you will receive a MakeMyTrip coupon worth Rs. 1000 (not applicable for people who will register by selecting ‘Pay at event’). Prior registration is compulsory and ends on 1 November. So hurry up and click here to register!
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When: 4 November
Where: Bhaidas Auditorium, Gulmohar Road, Near Mithibai College, Vile Parle West, MumbaiTags: Canon, Mumbai, photography, New Delhi, event, Contest, Canon Photomarathon 2017, Canon Photo Clinic in Japan, Abhishek Shankar, Nisanshay Sardana