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The Europe Parliament launches a photo contest
Brussels, December 9th, 2015 (SIGNIS/ European Parliament). Are you an EU resident between 18 and 30 years old? Do you have a passion for photography? Would you like to come to the #EYE2016 and be one of the photo reporters?
To participate, it is very simple:
- Print or reproduce in a clear way the official EYE2016 logo (you can download it from here)
- Take a picture of it in a place that is very special to you or that is your favourite
The style is similar to the gnome pictures in the movie The Fabulous Destiny of Amelie Poulain, but don’t hesitate to show your creativity.
When your work is ready, send it (max 3 pictures) via email, with an application form.
Each week the editorial committee will select the best photos and publish them in a dedicated album on the EYE Facebook page.
At the end of the competition (28 February 2016 at 23.59pm CET), the authors of the three photos with the most likes will be invited to be the photo reporters of the EYE and to cover the highlights of the event (opening and closing ceremony, top activities, artistic performances etc.).
Please note that the EYE will cover the costs of the three winners for travel and accommodation (two nights).
More info about the #EYEamHere competition here.
Please read very carefully the contest rules before applying.