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Nikon 100th anniversary image competition opens for entries

Nikon competition seeks photographers to feature in 100th anniversary film

Nikon has officially launched its competition to find images shot by Nikon photographers, which it will use as part of its 100th anniversary film.

“Our history is your history: moments lived by you, captured on a Nikon. So, there’s only one way to tell the story of our first 100 years – through your lens,” the company says on its newly launched competition page.

To celebrate its 100th year, Nikon is making a film made entirely of images shot by Nikon photographers over the past century.

From now until 31 May the company says it is looking for two types of images: “Images taken with any Nikon camera over the years, from our very first model to the most recent, and shots of photographers with their Nikon cameras – it could be you, a friend or family member, anyone you know who loves to shoot with a Nikon.”

Nikon stresses that there is no theme: it is looking for images that range from the personal to the humorous to the heart-warming.

To submit your photos for the film, you can upload them on the competition page. Images must be digital files, so if your image is a slide or print, you’ll need to scan or photograph it.

Files should be in JPEG format and no larger than 4MB. Entries close at 11:59PM on 31 May 2017.

If your image is chosen for the Nikon 100th anniversary film you’ll be contacted by 24 July 2017.

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