Capture Xmas Photo Competition - Trinoma

Tuesday, January 06, 2009 jeffrey siy 1 Comments

If you happen to be in Trinoma and have a good digital camera with you, then why don't you try and join in Trinoma's Capture Xmas Photo Competition. You could Win GCs up to P7,000 and a Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home and many more. Just take a couple photos that show the essence of Christmas in Trinoma and submit them at the Concierge.



Contest Requirements:
  • Open to amateur photographers residing in the Philippines
Contest Mechanics:
  1. Take photograph/s that show the essence of Christmas in the mall setting, particularly in TriNoma
  2. Register at the TriNoma Concierge (level 1) to get a camera tag which serves as your permit to take photos within the mall
  3. Entries should consist of the following and must be placed and sealed in a short brown envelope:
    • 5R print of the photo/s with the caption/title neatly written at the back of each
    • CD containing the soft copy of the photo/s in JPEG format and at least 8,000 KB or 8MB
    • duly accomplished entry form
  4. Image manipulation is limited to cropping and color enhancing. Major manipulation of the images is not allowed
  5. Each contestant may send up to a maximum of 5 photos each
  6. Entries may be submitted to the Concierge (level 1 near the Activity Center) during mall hours from December 1, 2008 to January 15, 2009
  7. View complete contest mechanics
Contest Period: December 1, 2008 - January 15, 2009

Contest Prize:
  • Grand Prize- P7,000 Ayala Malls eGC and a Crumpler 7 Million Dollar Home
  • 2nd Place- P5,000 Ayala Malls eGC and a Crumpler 6 Million Dollar Home
  • 3rd Place- P3,000 Ayala Malls eGC and a Crumpler 5 Million Dollar Home
  • 3 Consolation Prizes- TriNoma Cinema Passes good for 4 and a Crumpler 3 Million Dollar Home
Upside:
  • NO Entry fee
  • 5 Photos = 5 chances of winning
Downside:
  • You have to print the photo and make a CD
For more information, log on to trinomaexperience.com

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'll fold the towel into half and inset a throw pillow in between; tie the corners with some colorful ribbons. Even if my hair is still damp I can lay my head on it while reading my favorite pocket book. At least, by the time I fall asleep, the towel must have absorbed the remaining moisture on my hair. Jheleni