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KELS Photo Captioning Competition 2011

KELS English
in collaboration with KemUnited
Proudly Presents
Photo Captioning Contest 2011
For all the creative young photographers out there, here's your chance to prove your artisic talents with a literary twist!
Come take part in kels english first ever Photo Captioning Contest

All you need to do is take photographs based on the theme 'KEMU through my eyes' and submit them with a cool and witty caption.

Photos would be judged on the basis of both the photography skills of the participants and the creativity and imagination that they'd put in their captions. Public response would be judged by the number of Likes on KemUnited facebook page. Photos will be uploaded after the deadline is over.

So what are you waiting for people? Grab your cameras and let your imagination work its magic. Last date of entry submission is  3rd May 2011.


***Exclusive KELS prizes (Trophies) and certificates for the first three position holders plus a consolation prize.
***The winning photos will feature in Kemcol 2011 !
Here's your very own memo-list for the competition:

Theme of the photocaption competition:   KEMU Through My Eyes
The photograph should be accompanied by: a cool/witty/funny(if applies) caption(word-count of the caption is left to the participants' discretion) and must be taken within KEMU.
Editing of photographs: Photographs can be edited/non-edited.
Submissions should be sent to: eng.kels@gmail.com
Deadline for entry submission:  3rd May 2011(Updated)
Maximum number of entries per person:


Judgement criteria will be based on
*Quality of Photo
*Quality of caption
*Public response
General public can vote from 1st May 2011 to 4th May 2011 11:59 AM on www.facebook.com/kemunited

The decision of the judges shall be final based on the above criteria.

Instructions


1-Take a photo anywhere within KEMU
2-Attach it in an email.
3-Write a suitable caption for it in the body of the email (not necessary to be written on the photo itself)
4-Email it to eng.kels@gmail.com
Will be uploaded on the facebook page for voting after a normal processing time of 2-3 hours
Attend the KELS Quiz competition where winners will be announced and trophies given to top 3 and a consolation prize!

Comments

  1. ''Maximum number of entries per person: 2''
    but this rule is being violated...
    wt abt it?

    ReplyDelete
  2. This was later changed to maximum of 4 per person

    ReplyDelete

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