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Fujifilm Will Give Thirty Students Up to $3,000 of Gear Each to Tell Their Story

Fujifilm has just announced the beginning of its “Students of Storytelling” competition, a twist on the traditional photo/video contest where students submit proposals, and Fuji gives them the gear they need to bring their vision to life. When they’re done, they get to keep the gear!

The contest is aimed at full- or part-time college students in the US (except Florida), and the concept is simple. Interested participants must submit an idea that is “designed to tell a cohesive “story” of a human- or life-related experience, event, challenge, objective, relationship(s), approach, passion, and/or interest that may be depicted and effectively communicated through photographic images or video.”

Your submission can be shared in photos, video, or text, and all proposals must be in by May 31st.

Once all of the submissions are in, Fujifilm’s panel of judges will evaluate everyone’s proposed story and select 30 winners, all of whom will get to pick up to $3,000 worth of Fuji X- or GFX system gear to use in bringing their story to life. Each winner will also be provided with a personal hashtag and profile page on Fuji’s Create Forever webpage, where you and I can follow the progress of their story.

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