Lenovo encourages Asia Pacific to capture 2021’s positive moments in region-wide photography contest
Netizens are invited to celebrate the year’s most inspiring moments
December 17, 2021 – Has 2021 provided some reasons to celebrate, despite all of its challenges?
To round up the year on an upbeat note, Lenovo, together with AMD and Microsoft, has launched a photography contest in Asia Pacific calling on all photographers – amateur, avid, hobbyist or professional – to showcase their creativity and originality. Entitled See the Big Picture, the campaign encourages everyone to celebrate the positive moments in an otherwise difficult year.
From December 17, 2021 to February 20, 2022, contestants in the Philippines are invited to submit original photographs that represent these positive moments. Winners stand a chance to win prizes including a cash prize of up to US$5000 or PHP 252,000.00, one of Lenovo’s premium line of laptops such as the Yoga Slim 7 Carbon OLED, and subscriptions to the Adobe Creative Cloud photography plan.
To participate in See the Big Picture, contestants must submit their photos via the campaign microsite, in square, portrait, or landscape format, with a maximum file size of 20MB, along with a photo title and short synopsis explaining the thinking behind the photo. Submissions will be judged based on their creativity, originality, and composition. More details on submission guidelines can be found here: http://www.lenovo.com/seethebigpicture
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