Leica x Swire Hotels Photography Contest Deadlines Nov 6, 2011

Part of the daily multi-tasking adventure, this is one of the creative projects I’ve been working on this year. Photo submissions have been coming through and I’m excited to see more!

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Details:
Following the initiatives of working with local creative talent, Swire Hotels’ House Collection: The Opposite House, Beijing and The Upper House Hong Kong have collaborated with Leica camera, commissioning four local photographers, two from each of the respective cities to photograph the properties with the themes of “Beijing opposites” and “Hong Kong views from the top”, using a Leica camera of their choice.

The result is a diverse and eclectic mix of new perspectives on the Houses, seen through the lenses of different Leica cameras (film and digital) and the four young photographers who are children of the 80s.

Madi Ju shot with the LEICA MP/ 35mm f2.5 , Hanchao shot with the LEICA M7/35mm f2.5, Mandy Yeung shot with the LEICA M9 /50mm f2.5 and Xue Tan shot with LEICA MP/ 28mm f2.8

We’d love for you to submit your photo under the themes “Beijing Opposites” OR “Hong Kong Views From The Top”.

The competition will run from October 6 – November 6, 2011.

Entries from all over the world are accepted as long as they fit into the theme shot in Beijing or Hong Kong, photos do not have to be taken with a Leica Camera.

Let’s get started with your submission, please first like our 3 Facebook fanpages so we can tag, share and credit shortlisted photos:

https://www.facebook.com/TheOppositeHouseBeijing
https://www.facebook.com/upperhousehongkong
https://www.facebook.com/swirehotels

If you’re based in China and don’t have a VPN access, follow us on weibo:

@TheUpperHouse_奕居
@OppositeHouse_瑜舍


Grand Prize LEICA X1

First Prize for Hong Kong LEICA D-LUX 5

First Prize for Beijing LEICA D-LUX 5

The runner up prize for Hong Kong is a one night stay in a suite at The Upper House, and the runner up prize for Beijing is a one night stay in a suite at The Opposite House.


Terms and conditions:
-One photo entry per person, 300dpi, 1280 x1024, send to leicaphotos@swirehotels.com
-Name + email address + contact number + Facebook / 微博 username.
-Photos have to be taken in either Beijing or Hong Kong under respective city’s themes.
-Leica & Swire Hotels reserve the rights to use the photo across their social media and press channels.
-If prizes are not claimed within a month via correspondence, it would go to the next in line winner.
-Employees of Leica and Swire Hotels are eligible to take part, as long as photo submissions are not taken on site.
-First like our Facebook fanpages and follow us on 微博before sending the photos over for contest.
-Judges of the contest include a Leica Asia Pacific Representative, Brian Williams, Managing Director of Swire Hotels, the four commissioned photographers: Madi Ju, Hanchao, Mandy Yeung and Xue Tan. Decisions are final.
-Entries that don’t meet our T&C will automatically be disqualified.
-Results will be announced late November, please check back for updates.
-Photo submissions do not have to be taken by a Leica Camera.

5 Comments

  1. alice
    Oct 19, 2011 @ 07:42:35

    looks fun a project! wish i cld do such fun stuff at work … :)

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  2. baobabs
    Oct 19, 2011 @ 18:05:10

    Thanks alice! Fun stuff + not so fun stuff at work balances it out :) very fortunate for great flexibility

    Reply

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    Nov 24, 2011 @ 02:19:30

    […] details here and on their Facebook page, and hurry up to get your snaps in by November […]

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  4. コーチ バッグ
    Jun 03, 2013 @ 04:52:24

    I really like it when individuals get together and share views.
    Great site, keep it up!

    Reply

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