Wednesday, 2 August 2017

Contestants may enter Nikon's Small World Photomicrography and Video Competitions by uploading digital images and/or movies directly to our secure servers.

The Contests

  • Small World Photomicrography Competition
  • Small World In Motion Video Competition


Eligibility
The Nikon Small World Competition is open to anyone with an interest in photography through the microscope.
Anyone over the age of 18 is eligible, with the exception of employees of Nikon, their families, the contest judges, and individuals engaged in the manufacture or sale of microscopes, related accessories or photographic equipment.

General Rules
The use of Nikon equipment is not required.
No purchase is necessary to enter or win.

Images must be submitted as follows:
  • Digitally: Uploading to the Small World Competition entry area here. Images must be in jpeg, png, psd, or tiff format and videos in flv, mp4, mpg, wmv, avi, mov format. (Please submit the highest quality image with regard to file size, bit depth, and resolution.)
  • For images on film, a 35mm mounted transparency will be accepted. Glass mounts are not accepted.
Small World in Motion entries are further limited to:
  • Movie length of no more than 60 seconds
  • The use of sound is not permitted
  • It is not permitted to add graphics of any kind
Each entrant may submit up to three images in each contest for judging. A completed and signed official entry form, facsimile, or complete Internet entry form must be used. A separate entry form must be used for Small World and Small World in Motion.

Prizewinners will be notified by August 15, 2018

Deadline for entries is April 30, 2018

Further information visit the official website



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