Enter Canon Photography in the Parks Contest by September 30

September 9, 2010, 12:34 pm

There's still time to submit your best national park photographs in the fifth annual Canon Photography In The Parks Photo Contest -- and to secure you chance at scoring some awesome prizes! Winning photographers will receive some of Canon’s hottest photographic equipment and a chance to win a national park adventure for two.

Here's a slideshow of last year's winners. Details on how to enter the contest are outlined below.

2009 Contest Winners

The Canon Photography In The Parks Photo Contest, open until September 30th, invites photography enthusiasts to enter by submitting their “Inspirational Nature Images” – the theme for this year’s contest. Photos taken at any park or monument in America can be entered through the Canon Digital Learning Center.

There are two contest divisions--one for photographers between the ages of 13 and 17, and a separate division for adults ages 18 and older. This will enhance the contest experience by allowing aspiring teen photographers to compete amongst their peers.

After entering your photos through the Canon Digital Learning Center, you can send e-postcard of your submitted images to friends and family as a fun way to share your photographs.

For your chance at Canon photo gear, and a chance to win a national park adventure for two, submit your photos today!

After you submit your photos, check out the Canon Digital Learning Center to take advantage of the various educational resources that Canon has to offer for novices and advanced photographers alike. The Canon Digital Learning Center is a great resource for beginners and professionals alike both of whom can benefit from the sites online tutorials, Explorer of Light tips and a host other tools. Spend a little time on the site and you'll quickly be able to unlock your creative potential taking digital photos.

Get up-to-date information and photo tips from Explorers of Light Darrell Gulin and Lewis Kemper by becoming a fan of Canon Photography in the Parks on Facebook.