Tamron Celebrates National Photo Month with Photo Scavenger Hunt

From Tamron:
Participants creatively photograph "clues" and set up their Tamron Scavenger Hunt exhibit at TMyPhotoExhibits.com for a chance to win a Tamron SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD lens.
May 1, 2013, Commack, N.Y. - Tamron USA will celebrate National Photo Month, officially recognized by Congress in 1987, this May with photo enthusiasts across the country by holding its first Tamron Photo Scavenger Hunt. Participants will creatively photograph 14 clues and set-up an exhibit at Tamron's unique 3D virtual online sharing experience, MyPhotoExhibits.com by May 31, 2013. Tamron will pick the best overall exhibit based on image quality and creative interpretation of the clues. The winner will receive the award-winning SP 24-70mm F/2.8 Di VC USD zoom lens, the world's only fast standard zoom with image stabilization (value $1300).
The Tamron Photo Scavenger Hunt is open to users of any photographic equipment who reside in the USA and are at least 18 years old. The exhibit must be set up at MyPhotoExhibits.com by May 31, 2013 and must contain 14 images as they relate to all 14 clues (images may be ordered in any way). Each image must be titled with the clue name. If any image does not correspond to any clue, or images are missing, the entry will not qualify. All exhibits must be named Tamron Photo Scavenger Hunt or the entry will not qualify. For complete rules, please visit: tamron-usa.com/scavengerhunt
The Clues
Participants of the Tamron Photo Scavenger Hunt must creatively photograph each of the following clues:

  1. Something that grows
  2. An interesting structure
  3. Something that begins with the letter T
  4. Something blue
  5. A daily task or chore
  6. Something that smiles
  7. Something wet
  8. Cooking utensil
  9. Something you look through
  10. Something that reflects
  11. Something broken
  12. Peace
  13. Friendship
  14. Something old

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Posted: 5/2/2013 7:44:28 AM CT   Posted By: Sean
Category: Tamron News
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