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Deadline: 16th January 2011
Entry: Free Entry
Entry Fee: Free to Enter

Carl Zeiss Photo Contest 2010

zeiss Without light, there can be no sight and no photography. The topic of this year’s Photo Contest is therefore light and darkness. Photographers and photo enthusiasts from all over the world are invited to enter their pictures and show us how they interpret “The language of light.” Be it an SLR lens or a camera phone, the only requirement is the use of a ZEISS lens. Anyone can place their vote for the best photo online.

Photographers use light to add meaning to their pictures. Light reflections, Bokeh, colored elements from time exposures or the soft appearance of barely noticeable light – there are many forms of expression. “Light is a design element used by all photographers. Everyone speaks their own language, but nonetheless expresses their creative messages with light and shadow. We are looking for photographers who make something visible that would otherwise remain hidden. Images from which creativity and personal composition exude, will win,” explains Martin Klottig, Marketing Manager in the Cameral Lens Division at Carl Zeiss

Contest Prize & TERMS

PRIZE DETAILS: The first prize is your choice of ZEISS SLR lens. Second place is worth a cinemizer Plus, including a Nokia N8 smart phone. This third place winner will receive a Sony DSC-TX9 compact camera with ZEISS optics. ELIGIBILITY: Picture taken with a lens from Carl Zeiss Not eligible to enter? - Find contest where you are.

COPYRIGHT: No copyright policy USAGE RIGHTS: If your photo makes the final round of voting, you agree to grant Carl Zeiss AG irrevocable, non-exclusive, transferable rights (without restrictions with regard to time, place and content) to utilize the submitted image as required, in particular to copy, distribute, display, publish and edit it, and to utilize the subsequent results as described. Carl Zeiss AG will conclude a separate user agreement with the winners following the decision. All images will only be used on Flickr or on the Carl Zeiss website. If we come across any exceptional images, we will contact the photographer.

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