I participated in the Canon Photomarathon 2011 held at Bangalore on the 18th of September. For more details visit their official site.

There were themes provided on spot and it was required to shoot pictures extempore and submit one single photo which you thought was best suited for the given theme, 1.5 hours (90 minutes) was allocated for each theme and there were three such themes. Below are my entries for the contest.

Theme 1: Games people play

bargaining game

 

Theme 2: Building values in next generation Indians

Materialistic Ravana

 

Theme 3: Thinking Green

save my green friends

 

The experience of the photo contest was both unique and enthralling. We (me and wife) stretched sinew and let flow the creative juices in the process of imagining, capturing, shortlisting and captioning the photos. In the end we did feel a sense of accomplishment – that we had given our best shot! I cannot help but mention that we were proud of our entries too.

The winners of the contest would have been announced on 1st of October and since I haven’t heard from the Canon Photomarathon team till now we can safely assume that I didn’t make the cut! Thank you!


Anoop Hullenahalli

An Electronics Engineer working on wireless embedded systems for a living. Traveling, photographing and sharing my experiences here at ANUBIMB helps me unwind and break the monotony of life.

8 Comments

magiceye · 4 Oct ’11 at 7:16 am

wonderful work!

Anoop · 5 Oct ’11 at 8:52 am

thanks magiceye, but sadly didn’t make the cut! but I did enjoy the entire experience though.

Deepak · 5 Oct ’11 at 8:42 pm

The results are not yet out I assume. There’s still hope.

    Anoop · 6 Oct ’11 at 3:03 am

    Hmm. Though I’m proud of my entries I’m not expecting to win. Did you participate in the same?

Anonymous · 7 Oct ’11 at 4:55 pm

Games people play shot is really cool. I am surprised if it didnt make the cut.. but what the heck. Loved your work.

    Anoop · 7 Oct ’11 at 5:27 pm

    Yeah, what the heck, loved the experience so don’t care if I win or not.

shalini · 10 Apr ’12 at 11:53 am

Nice pics, very apt!
BTW, i’m logging on to this site after so long! lovely to visit your pages. man… u r really really talented! 🙂 🙂

    anoop · 10 Apr ’12 at 12:41 pm

    Thanks for all the appreciation shalini. Just last wknd I redesigned the website, but I haven’t been regular in posting.

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