Are you a Great Photographer? Like to Travel? Win this Contest and become Aurora Expeditions Next PhotographerPosted: February 17, 2015
Calling All Photographers!
Win the Chance to Become Aurora Expeditions’ Next Official Photographer and an Arctic Adventure Worth AUS$10,000!
February 5th 2015, USA and London: Aurora Expeditions, polar cruising specialists, and the pioneers of Arctic and Antarctica adventures, are on the hunt for their new official photographer.
This exciting opportunity calls for everyone from professional photographers, budding enthusiasts and snap-happy vacationers. Anyone with a talent behind the lens and the love of capturing unforgettable moments has the chance to become the winner of Aurora Expedition’s exciting new photographic competition.
As the new official Polar paparazzo, the winner will travel abroad the Polar Pioneer on Aurora Expedition’s Across the Arctic Circle Voyage. Worth a staggering AUS$10,000, this incredible adventure, from Aberdeen to Longyearbyen, will be the breath-taking backdrop for 14 days worth of spectacular photo opportunities.
To enter, simply upload your best travel photo, and in 50 words or less tell Aurora Expeditions why they should pick you to become their next official Polar Photographer.
For the next step, each entrant must encourage their friends and family to vote on their image. The most voted for images will have the bigger chance of winning. Simple!
A panel of travel and photography experts will then judge the images with the most votes, before choosing a winner.
The photograph can be from anywhere in the world but must fit into one of the following categories: people, nature, landscapes or wildlife.
HOW TO ENTER
Go to the Aurora Expeditions Facebook page and click on the competition link to access the competition page.
1. Upload your photo
2. Tell us in 50 words or less why we should pick you as our Arctic Photographer
3. Fill in your details (so we can contact you if you are the winner)
4. Share your entry with your friends and family and encourage them to vote for you.
The more you promote your entry, the greater the chance of increasing your votes.
Competition closes Sunday, 15 March 2015. Winner will be announced on Friday 28 March 2014. Refer to full terms and conditions here: Competition T&C
As the official Arctic photographer the winner will be awarded with return economy airfares from their nearest capital city to Aurora Expeditions’ voyage starting/ending points as well as a berth on their 14-day Across the Arctic Circle expedition departing 30 June 2015.
From Scotland, the winner will capture the Stone Age villages, Viking relics and spectacular birdlife, before exploring Norway’s dramatic coastline and picturesque fishing villages. The brand new photographer must be prepared to snap the celebrations as they cross the Arctic Circle and enter a polar wonderland where the sun never sets.
View full voyage itinerary here. http://www.auroraexpeditions.com.au/expeditions/expedition/across-the-arctic-circle
For more information please contact Aurora Expeditions on +61 2 9252 1033, info or visit http://www.auroraexpeditions.co.uk
For further press information please contact:
Frangelica Flook frangelica.flook
Emily Olsen emily.olsen
T: 020 7978 4534, M: 07747 606 898
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About Aurora Expeditions
Aurora Expeditions is an Australian-owned adventure company specializing in expedition cruises to wild and remote places. Always travelling in small groups of 54 or less, Aurora Expeditions provide their travellers with the chance to have an intimate experience in these regions with their flexible, innovative itineraries. The aim of each voyage is to provide as many landings as possible, allowing passengers to experience the destination first hand. Each voyage is led by an expedition team of expert naturalists, geologists, historians, staff and crew who help to unlock the wonders of these special places. Deeply committed to education and preservation of the environment, Aurora Expeditions’ philosophy is to respectfully visit wilderness areas in turn creating ambassadors for their protection.