"You see, but you do not observe."- Sherlock Holmes
Have you got an eye to see what others miss?
To all the photographers and materials enthusiasts, surprise us with some snaps related to METALLURGICAL or MATERIAL SCIENCE domain around you and tag it with a caption.
Click, capture and win prizes worth INR 3000!
METASHOTS is an online event which aims to inspire budding photographers to show their creativity and perceive photogenic beauty in materials and metallurgical domain and to capture the same with some thought behind every click.
Participants can submit images for any of the following three topics:
Metals in Everyday life
Submit images on how metals are used intelligently in our daily life explaining the importance of that metal in the situation.
Clicked at the industry!
Have you ever visited any industry and clicked an amazing selfie or a photo of you in it? Then send it to us.
Meta - Eureka
Show your creativity with a combination of photography skills. Click an interesting photo and relate it metallurgy.
For example, an image of a leaf of fern can be explained as a Dendrite structure.
Participants have to submit photos along with their point of view i.e. explanation.
Only original images should be submitted. Kindly refrain from any modifications/photoshop to the original image. Plagiarism will result in disqualification.
In the case of a microscopic image, mention the specifications of the image such as magnification, specimen and the microscope.
Maximum number of entries from a single person is 3. Please attach all the entries to the same mail.
Note: In case of any conflict, the decision of organizing committee of COMPOSIT will be final and abiding.
No correspondence pertaining to the selection process and decision will be entertained.
The winning photographs will feature on the official COMPOSIT website and the most popular entries will be showcased in a web gallery on the website with due acknowledgements.
The last date of submissions for this event '15th March, 2020'
The prize money of the event 'INR 3000'