Kolor Panobook 2013 Photo Contest Now Open for Entry
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The 2013 Kolor Panobook Contest, a major panoramic photography competition, is now open for entries. Interested readers have until 31st March to submit their best panoramic images to the competition, which will be judged by professional photographers Thomas Bredenfeld, Nicolas Mériau and Henry Stuart. Just like in 2011 and 2012, the best entries will be published in a beautiful hardcover book. For more information and to enter, visit the website below.
Kolor Press Release
Photo contest: The Kolor Panobook 2013 is now open!
The Kolor Panobook contest is a unique contest, based on panoramic photography, made by image stitching, open to anyone, amateur photographers and seasoned professional photographers, from 1st to 31 March 2013.
This project is renewed every year by Kolor and lead to a beautiful hardcover book which includes the most beautiful panoramic photos of the year selected by a jury of photo experts.
For this edition, the jury is composed of Thomas Bredenfeld, Nicolas Mériau and Henry Stuart, all professional panoramic photographers.
Participants have also a dedicated website “Panobook.org” which will allow them to:
• be aware of rules and discover prizes
• submit their images
• watch in a gallery images submitted by other participants in real time
• share all images on Facebook
The Kolor Panobook contest is an opportunity for amateur and professional photographers to be recognized and published into a quality hardcover book.
Kolor is a global leader in image stitching and 360° virtual tour solutions along with specific solutions for 360° videos. The company has been awarded several times for its expertise and innovation. Kolor is partnered with Intel and a member of the Edit cluster and development hubs of Ora and Imaginove.