MyBC Photo Contest
Love capturing the spirit of the season in and around beautiful BC? CTV Vancouver is giving you the chance to win a new digital camera from Broadway Camera!
All you have to do is submit your seasonal photo to our MY BC photo contest for your chance to win one of three Canon PowerShot SX60 HS digital cameras. The lucky winners will be drawn on May 1st, May 29th and June 26th.
Get creative and capture what BC has to offer. Your seasonal My BC photo could be featured on CTV Vancouver! Every weekday until June 26th one viewer photo will be featured on CTV News at Five!
For more information on Broadway Canada and their photographic support visit bccamera.com.
Contest closes Friday, June 26th at 4:00 pm. Approximate retail value of each camera: $569.99.
Littlest Acrobat -This little guy has been overwintering in my garden for three years now. I have two heating lamps pointing at the feeder almost giving me studio lighting plus I enabled the flash when taking these pictures. This little fellow lets me get up close and personal every time, like he knows I am the hand that feeds him. He has become like a pet to our family and we take good care of him. (Silke Soellig)
Walk at Elk Lake - Bright sunny cool day. (Richard Lee)
Tulips at English Bay - This photo was taken in April at English Bay. (Matt Morrison)
Spring in Stanley Park - A look at the gardens by the Stanley Park Pavilion. (Marian Cohen)
The Joys of Morning Exercise - Being a cyclist and runner, I love the early morning run and bicycle ride. I usually bring a camera or my phone with me. It's a magical time in our wonderful province. This is in Victoria! (Mike Phillips)
Kootenay Lake - Taken from the shore of Kootenay Lake , Spring 2015! (Don Conway)
My British Columbia - This photo was taken at the Tulips festival in Agassiz. (Satwinder Gill)
Candy Tuft Blooms - My photos are all taken in the rain, fog or in the dark. Unfortunately, I developed a severe light sensitivity about four years ago. Instead of letting it run my life, I've decided to make the most of it. It's been very rewarding seeing the world in a different light.
Ogden Point Breakwater - Sunset from Ogden Point looking toward the Olympic Mountain's in Washington State. (William Bellwood)
Vancouver's Wild Birds - I took this photo last month. This is a Chickadee at Central Park. (Shigefumi Okada)
Sandstone Formations - A highlight of my trip to Hornby Island was seeing the sandstone formations at Ford's Cove. From a distance they didn't look like much, but up close the intricate patterns were endlessly fascinating. (Ly Son Le)
Sea lions at Fraser River - We went out on a Sea lion Safari from Steveston Harbour in Richmond, B.C. Stellar and California sea lions are here from April to May to feast on Herrings and Eulachans coming back to the river to spawn. (Lanie Man)
Sunset whips - My 16-year-old daughter and I were in Esquimalt on Sunday and she suggested we go to Saxe Point Park. I had my two five-foot performance whips with me and she ended up taking this wonderful shot with the beautiful sunset in the background on my iPhone. (Anke Zimmerman)
Klootchman Park - A photo I took at a local park in West Vancouver near Lighthouse Park. (Will McFarland)
Q: What size does my photo need to be:
A: All photos must be minimum 5x7 600dpi and submitted as a jpeg or gif file. File size cannot be more than 50 MB. Original files of camera-made digital photos must be 3 megapixels or larger. Most cell phone images are not high enough quality for this contest. Please do not submit professionally taken photos.
Q: Can professional photographers enter this contest?
A: No, this contest is for amateur photographers.
All the contest details can be viewed in the official Rules & Regulations.