New York, NY—Adorama has released a new Create No Matter What Creative Challenge: Long Exposure Photography. Announced with photographer Ryan Miller, the challenge encourages participants to share their favorite long-exposure photos.
In the video announcing the challenge, Miller shares his tricks and techniques for photographing light streaks from passing vehicles or trains. Adorama’s Create No Matter What Challenge urges creatives to explore as well as learn by themselves or with family.
“As a community and as creators, we’ve all come so far and collectively adapted to our new normal,” the retailer announced. “Through all the unknown, we used this opportunity to become stronger and explore new areas of creativity. While we’re all patiently waiting for the world to heal, we’re reflecting and finding ways to create, learn and think outside the box.
“Whether that’s learning new skills online or starting new projects at home, we #CreateNoMatterWhat.”
Whether you’re into photography, video/vlogging, audio, or design/editing, Adorama is challenging you to keep your creativity flowing and to continue creating. Moreover, when you do, use #CreateNoMatterWhat and #Adorama to spread the message.
Long-Exposure Photography Challenge
The theme of the new challenge is Long Exposure Photography. Whether you’re capturing light streaks from passing vehicles, flowing water from a stream or waterfall, or stars in the night sky, Adorama wants you to submit your favorite photos.
In addition, when you submit your photos, you have a chance to win a prize package worth over $3,000. The deadline for submissions is February 18, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. ET.
One winner will receive a grand prize package worth over $3,000 from Sony and Lexar. The package will feature a Sony Alpha 7C mirrorless camera with an FE 28–60mm f/4–5.6 lens. It will also include a Lexar Professional 2000x 128GB SDXC UHS-II card, 300MB/s read, 260MB/s write.
Furthermore, Adorama will announce the winner on February 19 at 12 noon ET. To enter, participants can submit up to five photos here.