Canon Australia has just announced that it will be holding the EOS Photo5 exhibition throughout January. The free exhibition will display almost 7,000 photos captured by photographers from its recent EOS Photo5 competition.
According to Canon, the exhibition will be held at Carriageworks, Bay 19, 245 Wilson Street, Eveleigh, Sydney, between 9 January and 14 January 2010.
The exhibition will consist of almost 7,000 competition entries from various photographers from Australia and New Zealand who competed in the recent Canon EOS Photo5 competition. All of these images will also be printed on Canon’s PIXMA printer range.
“This year we’re taking the World of EOS Photo5 competition and its impressive imagery even further by bringing it to life for people to experience in the real world,” said Chris Macleod, brand manager – EOS, Canon Australia.
“The exhibition will celebrate the creativity and passion of all Australian and New Zealand participants and, with a huge 7000 images on display; it should be a real spectacle.”
The Canon EOS Photo5 competition was designed to inspire photographers to express themselves creatively through photography. Participants received a box with four everyday objects and were challenged to capture these objects using a variety of photographic techniques.
To find out more about the entries that will be on display at the exhibition consumer are encouraged to visit the competition website at http://www1.canon.com.au/worldofeos/photo5/.