Huawei launches NEXT-IMAGE 2020 photo competition

Huawei launches NEXT-IMAGE 2020 photo competition
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Huawei has announced its NEXT-IMAGE 2020 photo competition, which offers cash prizes of up to $10,000 and a judging panel led by Magnum legend Steve McCurry.

Huawei NEXT-IMAGE 2020 offers six categories, which include:

  • Near Far: Use your smartphone camera to capture hidden gems and different perspectives – whether you’re inside or out.
  • Good Night: Capture fun moments at night or in a low light environment. Reflect the atmosphere of the moment and get creative.
  • Hello, Life! A picture is worth a thousand words – so capture and share the emotion or inspiration you take from your everyday.
  • Faces: Experiment with identity and the power of portrait photography. Capture the faces of those closest to you.
  • Live Moments: Shoot and produce a short video or mobile movie of up to 10 minutes. Express your creativity and share positive stories in the form of moving images.
  • Storyteller: Use a set of photos to express emotions to tell your personal story. Story must include 3-9 images.

Judges this year include Magnum photographer Steve McCurry, Russian fashion photographer Elizaveta Porodina, Canadian extreme sports photographer Reuben Krabbe and Swedish fine art photographer Karolina Henke.

For more information on the competition rules and how to enter, visit Huawei’s website. The deadline for entries is 31 July 2020, with results to be revealed in September. Prizes include:

Grand Prize: Photographer of the Year (3 winners)
US$10,000 NEXT-IMAGE Creation Fund (Before Tax)
HUAWEI P40 Pro (8GB+256GB, Random Colour)
Electronic award certificate

Category Winners (15 winners)
US$1,000 NEXT-IMAGE Creation Fund (Before Tax)
HUAWEI P40 Pro (8GB+256GB, Random Colour)
Electronic award certificate

Runners-up (50 winners)
HUAWEI P40 Pro (8GB+256GB, Random Colour)
Electronic award certificate

Honourable mentions (5 winners)
HUAWEI P40 Pro (8GB+256GB, Random Colour)
Electronic award certificate

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