Win Nikon Digital SLRs with Singapore Competition

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 22 May 2009

The Singapore Tourism Board is calling all professional photographers, photography enthusiasts and people who simply love to take pictures to turn their lenses on Singapore Night Out and stand a chance to win a Nikon Digital SLR camera.

Singapore in Pixels is a year-long online photo competition dedicated to uncovering unique and personal perspectives of Singapore while showcasing existing and upcoming photography talent.

Each quarter calls for photographs under a different theme. The first theme, Contrast, ran from 11 February to 10 April and saw over three thousand photos submitted. The second quarters theme, Singapore Night Out will run from 11 May to 31 July and aims to capture Singapores exciting nightlife scene.

The success of the first quarter of Singapore in Pixels has definitely exceeded our expectations. Thousands of entries have been received with each photo featuring a unique perspective of the Singapore experience, ranging from the vibrant entertainment scene to the peaceful and serene nature offerings. This photo competition serves as an ideal platform for individuals to showcase Singapore in a personal, creative way and for global audiences to share in this experience, said Mr Chang Chee Pey, Director, Brand Management, STB.

To join the competition, residents and foreigners alike can simply log onto and enter multiple photos in the competition for a chance to win Nikon-sponsored cameras:

First prize - Nikon DSLR D300
Second prize - Nikon DSLR D90
Third prize x 2 - Nikon DSLR D60
Merit prize x 4 - Nikon Coolpix S610

A panel of judges from the STB will assess the entries based on criteria such as relevance to the competition theme; photography technique; innovation and creativity; and poll results.

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