Enter #CanonShine and you could have your photo displayed in the NSW State Library
All you photographers out there, take note: there are still 24 days left for you to submit your imagery to the #CanonShine platform, a project that celebrates images with a very personal meaning behind them. We’ve been featuring some of our favourite entries over the past few weeks, spotlighting work that is both inspiring and memorable. [upload your photo to the #CanonShine platform here]
The #CanonShine competition is open to amateur and professional photographers alike and presents a wonderful opportunity for the winner to have their image brought to life through a national advertising campaign; a two month display in the NSW State Library; and a documentary made about their journey.
So grab that camera, get out there and capture something special. To give you some ideas, here are a few recent entrants that have caught our eye on the #CanonShine platform.
Photo by PETER MCINERNEY
‘Keep our waters clean. Water is life if we keep polluting our water ways eventually all of natures beauty will fade away and die’.
Photo by SAHBA CLARA
‘Seeing beauty in every human being’.
Photo by BELINDA
‘Shine a light! What it means to me. Make a difference! A on going Farmers Fund all year round. Support farmers in financial hardship, drought, depression. Lets support the farmers, without farmer’s we have no produce.’
Photo by KARLYJANE
‘Australian farming, support our own. Continuing to import fruit, veg and meats from overseas farms will see Australian farms close. Keep our farms open for business! Always buy Australian made and owned when possible’.
Photo by MADHAVI MANGAPATI
‘Everyday we come across wide verity of emotions in life such as happiness, sadness, angry, surprise, shock etc. This picture represents colours of life’.
Photo by ROSIE
‘I’d like to shine a light on the amazing faces we share Sydney with but usually don’t see. Beneath busy city wharves, underwater wildlife exists and will seize any opportunity it can to thrive, even moving into empty beer bottles’.