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Sunday, March 19, 2017

5th Annual KELS and KEMUNITED Photo Captioning Contest 2017

Hey, there Kemcolians!

Wanna have some quality of life? 'cause we are here to hone your intrinsic and latent abilities! Get ready to demonstrate one of the talented aspect of your spectacular and multi skilled personality. Once again, this venerated institution brings to you , the coolest and the most fun event ever!

Lets gear up to engage yourself in the love affair of your life! Here is the best time to do it! Yes! "Your Photography Skills". So peeps, unpack your cameras and be ready to take exciting clicks! Whether you have DSLR or not. Utilize the real chance to appreciate iPHONE 7' s photos! Just follow our rules and your passion. Come out of darkness. Show liveliness of your neurons and procure something interesting in any ordinary thing. Set up a platform you use to visualize. Be a celeb of your own skills. Your participation can give you recognition in a fraction of a second.

The 5th Annual KELS and KEMUNITED Photo Captioning Contest 2017 not only gives you opportunity to make portrait  in cameras but on either side of it too! It brings out  ingenious, innovational and demiurgic talent of photography to enlighten  the art of your observations. Yes! You guessed it right, it's "Photo Captioning"! 
It may be dark and mysterious or it may be hilarious and light-hearted. It can be anything that falls in the category of either serious or humorous. It can be anything you want it to be. So knock out your fear. Unbridle and discover John Keats, Henry James, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Wordsworth, Picasso and Shakespeare in you. Most importantly, elicit and distinguish your expertise and YOURSELF!

What you need to do?

  • Take a photo. 
  • Caption it.
  • Send it to  

A few important details you need to pay extra heed to:

  • Theme is "The MAGIC In ORDINARY THINGS".
  • Deadline is 10th April, 2017.


  • There should be no text over the picture.
  • Only English captions are allowed.
  • Captions should reflect your original thoughts. Do not copy/paste quotes and/or previous captions.
  • No heavy handed processing is allowed, only minor editing.
  • Your photo should be related to the theme. Do not send a comic/meme like picture.

Your photos/captions will be judged  by a panel of esteemed judges, based on your photography skills as well as the creativity behind your captions. Public response, in the form of likes on Facebook page of KEMUNITED, to your picture will also be included.

Get up! And get concerned with things you want to demonstrate. Capture minute parts of reality or fantasy. 'cause its the photographer, not the camera that's instrumental!


The deadline is 10th April, 2017.

Happy photo captioning everyone! All the best!


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