RCYV Organises Mirage, an Online Photography Competition to Mark World Photography Day

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Warm Rotaract Greetings, “The picture that you took with your camera is the imagination you want to create with reality.” — Scott Lorenzo
On the occasion of World Photography Day, the Rotaract Club of Young Visionaries, in collaboration with RaC Kalimati Jamshedpur, RID 3250, RaC    Muzaffarpur West, RID 3250, RaC Panvel Midtown, RID 3131, RaC Nagpur, RID 3030, RaC Sai Baba Colony, RID 3201, decided to create an aureate opportunity for Photographers to outcast their photography skills and talent through an Online Photography Competition.

The themes of the competition are:
2. Get Real India
3.Beauty of India

The participant has to select only one theme and send one entry only.

Guidelines for the Participants
Deadline: 15th August 2018

Mail your Entries at[email protected]

Results will be declared on 19th August 2018

Pictures will be published on the Facebook page and magazine of the organisers.

Participants will get e-certificates.

Important: All the eligible entries from the participants will be uploaded on the FB page of the Rotaract Club of Young Visionaries. To be eligible for the competition, a participant must share the post from our page with ‘#RCYVDELHI‘. A participant failing to do so will not be considered for the competition.

General Rules:

1. Phone photography is also acceptable.
2. In photo editing only global editing i.e. cropping and adjustment of hue/saturation; brightness/contrast levels are allowed. Photo-morphing, manipulations or local editing is not allowed.
3. Individual photo-captions can also be included.
4. Do not include your credentials (name, address etc), watermarks in the picture or the frame. Such photos will be disqualified.
5. The decision of the organizing committee will be final and binding.
6. Any sign of plagiarism will lead to disqualification.
7. Results will be announced on the 18th of March on our FB page.
8. E-certificates will be given to all participants.
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