Bring your GigaPan EPIC to the 2012 Summer Olympics, shoot a gold medal gigapan and you could win!
2012 Summer Olympics Competition
Opens for Entries July 25!Get ready to capture and create your own amazing gigapans of the action at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Don’t forget to bring along your GigaPan EPIC to London!
Upload your 2012 Summer Olympics images to GigaPan.com between July 25 – August 20 to enter to win a $250 gift card to Adorama!
Registered GigaPan.com members will vote by rating their favorite shots. The 10 top rated images will be named the GigaPan 2012 Summer Olympic Finalists. David Bergman, the photographer who captured world famous gigapan of President Obama’s Inaugural address, will choose the winner!
Enter as many times as you want – and rate as many images as you like.
The contest will be open for entries beginning July 25 through August 20, and voting from August 21st through September 18th. Finalists and the top winner will be announced on October 1st at GigaPan.com.
We can’t wait to explore what you capture and create!
Get inspired now – Check out these high-resolution GigaTag images of the Olympic Torch Relay.
Entrants must be a registered member of GigaPan.com to enter, vote and win. Entrants must upload an image that is at least 50MB in size size that is public and viewable on GigaPan.com. Image must have a 2012 Summer Olympic theme, action or scene.
Registration, upload and viewing are all free. GigaPan.com registered members many enter and vote on as many images as desired. The contest allows one rating per image per GigaPan registered member.
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