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SkyPixel Drone Photo Contest Still Open for Entries

SkyPixel, an aerial images group run in cooperation with DJI, has chosen a few of the finest aerial tales submitted to the 2017 SkyPixel Photo Storytelling Contest.

Here are three of them:

The 2017 SkyPixel Photo Storytelling Contest continues to welcome entries till December 29, 2017. Participants can submit their pictures to 3 totally different classes – Landscape, Portrait, and Story (which requires a collection of pictures taken from the bottom and within the air), for an opportunity to win as much as 15Ok USDvalue of prizes. You can enter the competition right here.

“The SkyPixel platform has become a gathering place for aerial photographers, creators and artists, to share, to inspire and to provide us with unique perspectives of the world,” stated Danny Zheng, DJI’s Vice President of Marketing, “With the new ‘Story’ category, we hope to provide participants more creative freedom and a chance to curate their story. The entries we’ve seen so far have exceeded our expectations and we hope they will also serve as inspirations for others who plan to take part.”

The last winners will probably be introduced on January 31, 2018. This 12 months’s Grand Prize winner will obtain prizes value roughly 15okay USD, together with a DJI Inspire 2 with Zenmuse X7 DL-S 16mm F2.eight ND ASPH, an iPhone X 256G, a Nikon D850 FX-format Digital SLR Camera Body, a Lowepro Pro Runner RL x450 AW II, a Manfrotto MKBFRC4-BH Befree Carbon Fiber Tripod with Ball Head, and extra.

Professional and Enthusiast teams can have a First, Second and Third Prize in every class, with rewards as much as 7,000 USD. SkyPixel can even give out a Popular Prize reward to the highest ten most favored entries and a further 9 will stand to win Nominated Entries rewards.

Frank Schroth is editor in chief of DroneLife, the authoritative supply for information and evaluation on the drone trade: it’s individuals, merchandise, tendencies, and occasions.
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