To celebrate the outstanding success of the Fujifilm X-Pro1, Fujifilm UK, in cooperation with Jim Marks, Practical Photography and Digital Photo, is offering the classiest compact system camera around, the Fujifilm X-Pro1, as first prize in their Professional Portrait Masterclass contest.
This competition is open to residents of the UK only. All you have to do is upload a portrait photo and, if you are chosen, you get to attend a masterclass with Jim Marks, one of the UK’s most sought-after portrait photographers, at London’s premier studio, The Worx, plus you win a Fujifilm X-Pro 1 & 35mm lens.
There are more prizes!
Prizes are as follows: For Practical Photography winners – 1st prize portrait masterclass with Jim Marks, plus Fujifilm X-Pro 1 & 35mm lens; 2nd prize Fujifilm X100 Black; 3rd prize Fujifilm XS-1. For Digital Photo winners – 1st prize portrait masterclass with Jim Marks, plus Fujifilm X-Pro 1 & 35mm lens; 2nd prize Fujifilm X100 Black; 3rd prize Fujifilm XS-1.
Entrants must be available to attend a day’s shoot between 18 June and 22 June 2012.
The closing date for entries is 12 June 2012. Entrants cannot change their entry once it has been uploaded.
Any one person may enter a maximum of three images.
Read the Terms and Conditions.
Here are the relevant copyrights terms (and they are probably the best we’ve read so far for a photo competition):
Copyright of all images submitted for this competition remains with the respective entrants.
Entries may be published on Fujifilm’s Facebook page or any other Fujifilm social media space.
The winning image, and images shot at the Masterclass by the winner, will be used by Practical Photography, Digital Photo, Photo Answers and Fujifilm free of charge for publicity purposes in connection with this competition for a duration of no more than five years, and will be credited if used.
Winners may be required to take part in publicity.
Practical Photography, Digital Photo and Photo Answers reserve the right to retain entries on file for possible future use. Any pictures used will be paid at our normal reproduction rate.
Read more at: PhotoAnswers.