International Photography Workshop, held for the second time in Finnish Lapland, is looking for two photography and social media enthusiasts to win a trip to the event next summer.
The application period is January 19-February 28, 2017 and anyone over 18 years of age can apply by filling the application form on the event web page: www.nightlessnight.com/yourstory. Two winners will be chosen on the bases on how well they match to the event and on their social media presence, but the most important thing is to have a passion for new travels and outdoor life. The prize includes flights (round-trip), accommodation and admission to Nightless Night Photography Workshop.
The three-day Photography Workshop will lead participants through three stages designed to make use of those extra hours and the endless daylight the Midnight Sun has to offer. The workshop takes place in the far North of Finnish Lapland, in Saariselkä and its surroundings on June 30-July 2, 2017, where the endless wilderness bathes in the light of Midnight Sun for over two months during the summer.
With three photography and social media experts: Christoffer Collin, Eeva Mäkinen and Jan-Eerik Paadar, the event will offer an insight on landscape photography, storytelling, photography in extreme conditions and social media and possibility to meet like-minded people in inspiring surroundings.
“The registration to the event started in December, but now we are looking for two photography and social media enthusiasts with a desire to travel and outdoor life to win a trip to the Photography Workshop. We are really waiting for inspiring stories and applicants”, clarifies Project coordinator Johanna Alatorvinen.
Your story – application page: https://nightlessnight.com/yourstory/
Registration to the event: https://nightlessnight.com/registration/
For more information contact: Project Coordinator Johanna Alatorvinen, e-mail email@example.com, tel. +358 (0)40 1379228
The event is part of the ‘Arctic Light International Events’ project. The project aims at developing and creating new international events for Inari-Saariselkä region. The two-year-project has received funding from the Regional Council of Lapland, Inari Municipal Business & Development Nordica and Inari-Saariselkä Tourism Ltd.