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Old 6th June 2013
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Olympus UK is looking for a great photo...

From Facebook where Olympus UK is seeking an excellent photo for use in Jessops' flagship store in London:

We can't promise to put your name up in lights but we can give you the opportunity to have your work displayed in the Jessops flagship store on London's Oxford Street.

We're currently putting together an in store display to showcase our fantastic range of M.ZUIKO lenses and we'd love to have one amazing image from you as part of the display.

All we ask of you is to send us your very best photograph that really shows off the quality of the Olympus M.ZUIKO lenses, whether it's taken on a prime or a zoom lens.

We'll pick our favourite from the entries which will then be added to the display artwork. You'll also receive an A2 print of your image, which you may collect in person from the store when you'll have the opportunity to see your photo on the lens point-of-sale.

To enter please send a screen resolution image to press.office@olympus.co.uk with the subject "Jessops display". Once the winner has been chosen we'll ask for a high resolution file that is suitable for printing.

Unfortunately due to the prize including travel to London entry is only open to UK residents.

Due to time constraints the closing date is Friday June 14.

We look forward to receiving your entries and good luck!


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