Ashoka Changemakers invites you to join in as a visual storyteller through your high quality, compelling imagery that shows the innovation and inspiration in ideas, projects, and communities around the world.
Our Zoom in on Change contest http://www.changemakers.com/ZoomChange is about photos that show change happening at the moment the shutter is clicked and illustrate an emerging trend. You can also submit creative imagery such as illustrations and composites.
Changemakers.com is all set to get more interactive with Campaigns, this May 2012. Come join in, beginning with your best images. Then stick around to be part of the ongoing story of change through your images, participation in conversations, by exploring ideas and insights—and by taking part in the action opportunities that will allow you to amplify global movements for change.
You may submit more than one image to us via only one of these social media streams by April 25, 2012. Pick a platform that is most convenient for you —keeping in mind we are using the audience’s response to pick the winners.
· Twitter—tweet the image using the hashtag #ZoomChange
· Facebook—post your photo on our Facebook Fan page wall: Ashoka Changemakers (make sure to go our fan page at the link)
· Pinterest—tweet us @changemakers or email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) a link to your Pinterest account so we can invite you to pin on Changemakers’ collaborative board, Zoom in on Change
· Flickr—Join our Zoom in on Change group to submit your images
Winning photos will be those that by 5 p.m. EDT April 27, 2012 have received the most likes, favourites, re-tweets, or re-pins on the social media platform used to enter. So get your friends and networks to support your visual storytelling prowess!
To know more about the prizes and photo themes visit: http://www.changemakers.com/ZoomChange
Disclaimer: By entering the competition, you confirm that you are the owner of the copyright to the image(s) and grant Changemakers the right to publish your image(s) and reuse them to promote social change.