Bukas para sa lahat ng amateur na Filipino photographers (blogger or hindi blogger) na 18 years old above na nagtratrabaho bilang OFW saan mang panig ng mundo.
Participants can submit ng tatlong entries pero hindi lalagpas sa 5 photos.
Ang mga larawan ay dapat original na kuha ng kasali at hindi pa naipublished.
Ang mga larawan ay color or black / white photographs na nagrerepresenta or typify
(using the host country as part of their subject/s).
Digital Image Submissions
Ang quality ng image ay hindi bababa sa 8" x 10" at 300 DPI
Or maaring ang photo ay kuha gamit ang minimum of 3.2 MEGAPIXEL camera sa pinakamataas na image setting at isusubmit through email bilang JPEG FORMAT
Ang images na hindi nakapagmeet ng ganitong criteria will not be considered. Ang mga larawan ay walang borders or frames.
Ang bawat larawan ay may filename ng pangalan ng Photographer plus information, location, profession/work and interpretations
Location: Toronto, Canada
Profession/Job: Computer Engineer
Interpretations/Short Explanation: OFW family beach outing, OFW family togetherness, OFW family bonding
All entries will become part of PEBA. Photographs submitted to PEBA Photo Contest but any photos not selected to be included in the Photo Exhibit may be chosen for use elsewhere in PEBA related publication with full credit given to the photographer.
Email to: email@example.com
Winners will receive a trophy and gift packs from PEBA and 'Best Photo Entry'.
Deadline of submission will be 15 November 2010. Please note that your entries will be printed/blow up for exhibit at SM and other partner venues as well as during the awarding ceremony. Join now!
BELOW ARE LAST YEAR FINALISTS ENTRIES
"Proud to be a Filipino", by Floyd Amor, Singapore
"A symbol of Filipino pride, wear it, anywhere, everywhere -worldwide"
"Open Hands" by Jayson Mayugba, Dubai, UAE served as the second home country for most Filipinos, they always keep their mind open and hands available in order to help and keep environment clean."Snow Survival"
"Filipinos will still make their way to survive even the heaviest snow falls."
"Wear Your Smile" by Chris Luzana - Nova Scotia, Canada"OFW: Makabagong Bayani sa makabagong panahon. They tend to smile even they felt homesick"
"The Climb of every OFW" by Rey-
"It is not what on the other side of the mountain, but it is the climb that matters". The image depicts the courage and optimism of every OFW which bring hope and happiness to their loved ones back home."
"My Blessings" by Noel Ablon, South Corniche, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
" My greatest blessing is my family, my only treasure here on earth"