Inspire the world with your Next Image - Canadians invited to enter the world's top photography and video competition!
Take part in Huawei Next Image 2020, amaze the world and jury of world's most renowned photographs with uplifting and inspiring images and win cash prizes of up to $ 10,000!
MARKHAM, ON, June 30, 2020 /CNW/ - HUAWEI invites its community of millions to create and share their stunning images as part of NEXT-IMAGE 2020, the world's largest smartphone photography and video competition, which in 2019 gathered over 500,000 participants.
Capture the beauty with Huawei…
Huawei has always stood for remarkable mobile photography by implementing the most advanced technology in its smartphones. Thanks to Huawei's cooperation with Leica, every Huawei user is able to capture breathtaking photos and videos.
Launching in Canada on July 10, the HUAWEI P40 Series features some of the most sophistically designed hardware in the history of photography, and was named the world's "Best Photo Smartphone" in 2020 by Technical Image Press Association (TIPA). Huawei's smartphone photography capabilities cover every imaginable scenario; the only limitation is your imagination.
…and share it
The competition is open to all Huawei users eager to explore different perspectives to discover the visual beauty of life, with six distinct categories, including:
"We are thrilled to bring the Next Image photography competition to Canada this year. Next Image provides an opportunity for people around the world to use their creativity to capture and share inspiring images through the lens of Huawei's award-winning smartphones," said Kevin Li, President of Huawei Canada Consumer Business Group.
Winners will be selected by the world's leading and renowned photography experts. The global jury board consists of:
Enter to win
Entrants have the opportunity to win the following awards in the global competition:
For more information on NEXT-IMAGE 2020 and how to enter, visit our website.
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