Valhalla, NY—Fujifilm launched a photography contest to help students create and tell their stories. The Students of Storytelling contest will award select students with up to $3,000 worth of Fujifilm gear. It will also provide them with a platform to share their stories with the world.
“It all begins with an idea . . . What’s yours?” the company asks. “We are passionate about stories and truly believe that the future of storytelling rests in the hands of today’s college students. This is why the Students of Storytelling contest will award up to $3,000 of Fujifilm gear to a select group of winners to help bring their creative stories out into the light.”
Students of Storytelling Contest
If you are currently an active college student in the U.S., you are eligible to enter the Students of Storytelling contest. Submit an idea for a story that you will depict through images or video. No purchase is necessary to enter or win the contest. Interested students can submit a proposed story idea from April 1 through May 31, 2020. In addition to a story proposal that will manifest with images or video, applicants are required to fill out an entry form found at http://www.StudentsOfStorytelling.com. Moreover, entrants may present the “story” submission in text, image or video format; however, it must meet the criteria outlined in the contest rules.
In addition, entrants must be 18 years old and a current U.S. college student. (Florida residents are not eligible.)
Furthermore, Fujifilm will select a total of 30 contest winners from the “story” submissions received. Selection is based on the judging criteria outlined in the rules.
Each winner will receive up to $3,000 of Fujifilm X series or GFX system products. They will also get a dedicated hashtag for use in posting developed “story” content. Story submission requirements and official contest rules are accessible here.