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Our annual photo competition is back: How to enter and what you could win!

Are you always snapping shots of beautiful sunsets, dreamy vacation spots or your foodie escapades? If so, why not share them with EL and your fellow readers?

Submit your most impressive photos to us by 20 April 2016 for a chance to win some fantastic prizes, including the grand prize – a four-night, six-bedroom villa stay (worth $6,000) at Villa Tasanee in Koh Samui, Thailand.


Runner-up Prize
The runner-up will receive a creative photography session with Littleones Photography and a desktop photograph from the acrylic range. littleonesphotography.com
 

Littleones photography singapore
Category Winner Prizes
If you’re one of the lucky category winners, you’ll win a Sunday Prosecco brunch at Grand Hyatt Singapore’s Italian restaurant, Pete’s Place.
 

petes brunch place singapore

This year, we are looking for photos in five categories:

The Great Outdoors
This category’s all about capturing great shots of natural surroundings and some animal action, too.

Cityscapes
Think architectural masterpieces, structures, landscapes and urban atmosphere.

Epicurean Adventures
Take us on a journey to discover amazing food and delightful delicacies.

Culture and Heritage
Here, we want to see people in their element, and places saturated in tradition – from monks in ancient wats to the village women in the remote hills of far-off lands.

Family Moments
This category covers special shared moments, images of loved ones recorded in Singapore and beyond.

Terryl Villablanca Eugenio - "Batad Rice Terraces" 

Take a look at the other  2015 winners for some serious inspiration!

How to Enter:
You can email photos in JPG format (ideally between 1MB and 5MB in size) to contribute@expatliving.sg (with the subject, “Photo Competition 2016”). There’s a maximum of 10 photos per entrant.

Photos should be accompanied by a text document (no embedded photos, please) with captions of no more than 50 words per photo – giving a title and perhaps some background information on the shot; feel free to share what you loved about the location, or what you like about the photo in general.

You must keep your original files (digital files or scanned photos) for reference; they may be needed to demonstrate that this is your own work.

Each photo sent by email must not exceed 5MB in size. If your photo is larger than 5MB, please reduce the size, and we will ask for a larger version if you have a winning entry.

Photos taken on a camera-phone are acceptable. Images taken on film must be scanned into digital format by the entrant.

Some digital manipulation of photos is acceptable (cropping, sharpening and so on).

Announcement of Winners:

Results will be announced in the June 2016 issue of Expat Living.

Be sure to check our website in the coming weeks for further details on the competition and confirmation of our panel of judges.
 

Nadine Bailey – "Bringing the Fish to Dry" 

Watch this space for more info – happy snapping!

 

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