There is still plenty of time to enter the National Geographic CapitaLand “Building People” Photography Competition 2011.
We did have a very successful competition last year with a great response in terms of entries which is why we have launched this, the second in the photo competition series.
Your competition entry must feature a CapitaLand building, and reveal how it interacts with the people living, working or shopping there. A judging panel comprising renowned National Geographic photographer Catherine Karnow and executives from National Geographic Channel and CapitaLand will evaluate entries on aesthetics, originality and the extent to which the “Building People” theme is captured. The judges will also be looking out for entries which creatively portray the way CapitaLand buildings enhance the landscape and how people interact with the buildings every day.
To enter the competition, simply submit an original photograph with a caption to the special CapitaLand “Building People” Photography Competition website (www.capitaland.com/ngc-photo) from 1 April to 31 May 2011.
Three winners will be chosen by the judging panel, together with one additional winner selected from a special public online voting opportunity that launches on the competition website from June onwards. All four winners will join Catherine Karnow on an exclusive CapitaLand photography trail in Singapore in August 2011. Participants will be invited to an exclusive CapitaLand “Building People” Photography Seminar by Catherine Karnow.
We can’t wait to see your creative talent!