Cannon is now seeking competitors for its annual one-day photo contest this year titled “Canon Photo Marathon Vietnam 2011” to be held in Hanoi in September and Ho Chi Minh City in October.
The contest is open for all Vietnamese nationals with no restriction to experience or age.
On the day of the contest, participants will be given 3 themes for their photos and 3 hours to complete each theme and must return to the contest location to submit their pictures before getting their next assignment.
The first prize winner will receive a Canon Professional Digital Camera EOS 7D Lens Kit, a Canon Photo Printer PIXMA Pro 9000 Mark II and a trip to learn about photography in Tasmania, Australia.
The organizers expect to receive 5,000 participants this year.
Last year, 23-year-old Nguyen Xuan Nam won the Grand Prize and an 8-day trip to Turkey.
The contest will take place in Hanoi on September 24 and Ho Chi Minh City on October 1.
More information can be found at http://www.canon-asia.com/photomarathon.
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