Love Captured

October 4, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Competitions | 0 Comments |
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eHarmony has just launched its Love Captured photography competition. Celebrating eHarmony’s five year anniversary, the competition offers a grand prize of £5,000 to the photo which best captures the concept of love, whether it’s a touching photo of a couple or friends sharing a special moment, or an abstract image that symbolises love. Visitors to lovecaptured.eharmony.co.uk will be able to view the gallery of entries and vote on their favourite images. The entry that receives the most votes in each region will automatically go through to the final 25, from which the overall winner will be chosen. The competition will run until 17 January 2014.

Website: Love Captured

eHarmony Press Release

Love Captured photography competition launched

To celebrate five years of helping the nation fall in love, relationship site eHarmony.co.uk has launched a Love Captured photography competition – asking the nation to capture and share what ‘love’ means to them.

The competition, launched to celebrate eHarmony’s five year anniversary, offers a grand prize of £5,000 to the photo which best captures the concept of love, whether it’s a touching photo of a couple or friends sharing a special moment, or an abstract image that symbolises love, such as a beautiful sunset.

The entries will be judged by four experts in photography and love, relationship expert Jenni Trent Hughes, editor of Practical Photography Ben Hawkin, photography blogger Annie Spratt (aka ‘Mammasaurus’) and Marketing Director of eHarmony.co.uk Romain Bertrand. The entries will be judged on three main criteria – ‘creativity’, ‘quality’ and ‘charm’.

Visitors to lovecaptured.eharmony.co.uk will be able to view the gallery of entries and vote on their favourite images. The entry that receives the most votes in each region[1] will automatically go through to the final 25, from which the overall winner will be chosen.

The competition will run from the 3 October 2013 until 17 January 2014. To enter visit lovecaptured, where you can also view the full terms and conditions.

Romain Bertrand, Managing Director of eHarmony.co.uk, said:
“eHarmony’s compatibility matching has led to more than 22,000 people getting married in the UK  since we launched five years ago.* In celebration, we want the nation to show us what ‘love’ means to them – with the winner receiving £5,000 to spend on something, or someone, they love.”

[1] The 12 regions are North East, North West, Yorkshire & Humber, West Midlands, East Midlands, East of England, London, South West, South East, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.



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