Would you like to win up to EUR 2,000 worth of photographic equipment, plus a three-day trip for two to Brussels? Then it’s time to get out your camera and start snapping!
In the framework of the 2013 European Year of Citizens, the PES Group in the Committee of the regions (CoR) is launching the sixth edition of its annual photo competition.
“Europe, I’ve got something to tell you” challenges amateur photographers to capture in a photo their expectations from Europe. It might be about building Europe together, being a European citizen, or showing us how you envisage your place in Europe.
Tell us your story of Europe in a picture. Be creative. Imaginative. Original!
The three best photos will be selected by a jury, consisting of members of the PES Group in the CoR – representing local and regional authorities across the EU – and professionals from the world of photography. In addition, the public will be able to select a fourth winner via an online vote on our Facebook page in September.
Contest Prize & TERMS
Second prize: A 3 days trip for two persons to Brussels, capital of Europe and photographic/electronic equipment worth 1500€.
Third prize: A 3 days trip for two persons to Brussels, capital of Europe and photographic/electronic equipment worth 500€.
Prize of the public: A 3 days trip for two persons to Brussels, the capital of Europe, and photographic/electronic equipment worth 500€
ELIGIBILITY: European residents / 18+ / Amateur Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.
COPYRIGHT: The PES Group recognises your right to retain full ownership of the copyright for each photograph.
USAGE RIGHTS: All entrants understand that the photograph submitted for the competition may be used by the PES Group, at any of its events. You hereby grant the PES Group the right to use the photograph in the framework of its activities.
Any photograph used by the PES Group shall carry a credit line. Any failure to provide a credit line shall not be deemed to be a breach of the agreement, as long as the PES Group makes a reasonable effort to rectify the omission within a reasonable time from the date the omission is notified.