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International Filter Photo Contest 2017-2018 has started!

For Immediate Release
April 10, 2017



IFPC (International Filter Photo Contest) 2017-2018

In commemoration of its 60th Anniversary, Kenko Tokina Co., Ltd. launched on April 1st its annual International Filter Photo Contest 2017-2018, an international competition that aim to reward those photographs whose photos enhance the creative and unbound possibilities that filters provide.

To celebrate our 60th anniversary, we are glad to announce that this year the contest will be held twice, in Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter respectively, racing 3 great prize awards.

Applications for the Spring/Summer session are now open!

Application period: from April 1st to September 30th, 2017

Full contest details and application procedure here:

http://sg-g.jp/photocontest/filtercontest2017ss/en/index.html

In the link above you will find all the necessary information about theme, qualifications, jury members, prizes, prize announcement, sponsors and partner companies of the contest.

Please fill all the mandatory fields in the application form
and send the image data.


Prize announcement and notification:
Winners for Spring/Summer session will be announced on the International Filter Photo Contest website in early December 2017.

We hope you will enjoy participating to our contests and we are looking forward to receiving your best picture!

About Kenko Tokina USA, Inc.

Kenko Tokina USA, Inc. is the exclusive U. S. distributor for Tokina lenses, Hoya filters, Kenko photo accessories and SLIK camera support systems. Kenko Tokina USA provides marketing, sales, distribution, and technical/consumer service and support. Kenko Tokina is located in the original Surf City USA, Huntington Beach, CA and on the Web at www.kenkotokinausa.com.

Contact:

Marketing
Michael Burnham
webtech@kenkotokinausa.com

Technical Information
Glenn Nash
support@kenkotokinausa.com

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