Bring your creativity to this photography contest and compete with professionals from around the world for a chance to win numerous prizes towards fulfilling your photography potential.
The winners will receive a photography course from photography expert Simon Bond, and high-end photography tools that will enhance their production of artistic and creative photography.
Application Deadline: September 1, 2020
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2 emerging Winners of the Lensball Photography Technique contest- the judge’s winner, and the crowd-vote winner – will receive:
- 2 80mm Lensball Vivid Packages
- 2 Lensball Stands
- Access to Simon Bond’s ‘Globalise’ course
You will learn the following from the Globalise course:
- Precise locations that can hold the ball.
- The correct lens to use.
- How to avoid the pitfalls.
- More than one lensball.
- Finding the right light straight away for the ball and how to add flash.
- The right equipment for the distinct images.
The contest is open to photographers from around the world.
All users get to share one photo for free in every competition.
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- The maximum number of entries is eight images
- A small fee is required to be paid to enter more images for the competition
- All pictures submitted must be JPEG format(.jpeg or .jpg)
- Images can hold up to 25MB, 10,000px, enough for most files, and the minimum acceptable image size is 1080p.
- Submit your images for the contest here
About the Lensball Photography Technique contest
The Lensball photography involves using a crystal ball which acts as both an external wide-angle lens and a photographic tool that inverts images inside the lensball due to the magic of refraction which occurs.
This transpires due to the lensball’s spherical shape and the bending of light when hitting the object of denser mass, in this case, the crystal. The wide-angle and refraction can result in stunning creative photography in a variety of areas whether it be landscape or street photography.
In essence, contestants are to use a crystal ball to create a variety of stunning images.
Each image submitted will be rated by the crowd after the deadline.
2 winners will be selected for the competition.
Key Dates and Order of Program
All submissions must be completed by the deadline September 1st, 2020.
The ratings will take place from 1st September 2020 to 10 September 2020.
Winners will be announced by 10 September 2020
The judging process and selecting a winner for the Judge’s winner category will be handled by Judge Simon Bond.
There will be a crowd vote and a winner will be selected for that category.
The ranking points for the contest result will be based on the position your image entry came in the crowd vote and the award the judge gives your image.
The ranking points from the crowd vote and points awarded by the judge will be combined to decide each contestant’s results.