National, August 30, 2022:
A picture tells a story worth a thousand words! This World Photography Day, Sony BBC Earth brings in a reason to cheer for all the shutterbugs. The factual entertainment channel brings back its photography-based digital IP ‘Earth In Focus’ only to make it bigger and better. The photography contest will award the thriving photography enthusiasts with passion and precision to capture moments in time.
There are so many things that make people feel alive and seeking the thrill of life is one of them. Taking this as the theme for the current year, ‘Earth In Focus’ will invite entries asking people to share what gives them the ‘Thrill of Life’! The theme is further divided into subcategories of Landscape, Adventure, and Wildlife. The one-month-long contest will be judged by award-winning wildlife photographer, Rathika Ramasamy.
The winners will receive a swanky Go Pro HERO10 Black along with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to have their entries featured on the Sony BBC Earth channel & social media handles. They will also receive access to an exclusive masterclass with Ramasamy.
The last edition of the contest centered around ‘Freedom in Focus’ and it received 2500 splendid entries on Nature, People, and Hobbies. With 1,35,000 votes and 8 lakh page views, the contest received a phenomenal response from photography enthusiasts.
So, what are you waiting for? Grab your chance to show what gives you the thrill of life by sharing your images on https://www.sonybbcearth.com/EarthInFocus/
Rohan Jain, Business Operations Head – Sony AATH and Head – Marketing & Insights, English Cluster, Sony Pictures Networks
“Sony BBC Earth is known for delighting its viewers with grand visual imagery and insightful storytelling. With our property ‘Earth In Focus’, we endeavour to provide photography enthusiasts a chance to showcase the beauty of nature through their lens. As we step into yet another season of this contest, we look forward to engaging with photography lovers, and give them an opportunity to interact with the experts.”
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