Procrastinators! Dilly-dalliers! The deadline of the Think Pink Photo Competition is looming! You’ve solely bought until midnight on August twenty fifth—sure, this Friday!—to enter your superior pictures celebrating the colour pink. Whether or not it’s a lightweight dusting of rosé or a wash of fuchsia, we need to see your most eye-popping photos!
In case you hadn’t noticed it, this 12 months’s Suppose Pink Photograph Competitors is the fourth time that DPG is becoming a member of forces with nonprofit group Dive into the Pink to boost cash to help the struggle towards breast most cancers. As typical, all proceeds will go in the direction of survivor help and breast most cancers analysis.
This time round, we’ve only one class: Pink Portrait. Which means any portrait of an animal underwater, extensive angle or macro, that includes the colour pink. The picture might have been taken wherever, anytime. (For inspiration, take a look at the winners of the First, Second or Third Suppose Pink Photograph Competitions.) This 12 months, professional shooters Tobias Friedrich, Ron Watkins, and Todd Winner are on the judging panel, and we’ve superb prizes from Crystal Blue Resort, Anilao, Philippines, Backscatter Underwater Photography & Video, and Ultralight Camera Solutions to offer away.
Entry is by way of donation to Dive into the Pink ($15 per single entry or $35 for 3 entries). Delay no additional! Hit the button beneath to enter immediately!
Please learn the complete Rules and Guidelines (on DiveIntoThePink.org) earlier than coming into.
Thanks for supporting Dive into the Pink! 100% of the proceeds from this effort can be used to help the struggle towards breast most cancers.
About Dive into the Pink
Dive into the Pink, Inc. was began in 2015 by Allison Vitsky, a breast most cancers survivor, veteran scuba diver, and underwater photographer, who needed to boost cash to struggle most cancers in an unconventional means—by going scuba diving with mates.
Its charters let divers get collectively for a enjoyable, pink-accented day on the ocean understanding that 100% of the proceeds will go in the direction of survivor help and breast most cancers analysis.
Its funds are cut up between the Younger Survival Coalition (YSC) and the Guise Laboratory at Indiana College. The YSC is a global group devoted to the crucial problems with younger girls with breast most cancers—particularly, Dive into the Pink helps and promotes the YSC’s unbelievable affected person help community. The Guise Laboratory is a part of the Division of Endocrinology at Indiana College; funds are earmarked for a venture analyzing whether or not traits of the bone marrow microenvironment can alter or promote the unfold of breast and different cancers to the bones.
Dive into the Pink is a salary-free, low-administrative value 501c3 group.