Photography contest for techies

BANGALORE: Ascendas announced the winners of ‘CLICK’, a photography contest for IT professionals across its Parks in Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. The contest received over 750 photo submi

Published: 28th February 2012 11:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:05 PM   |  A+A-

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Winners with the trophy | express photo

BANGALORE: Ascendas announced the winners of ‘CLICK’, a photography contest for IT professionals across its Parks in Bangalore, Chennai and Hyderabad. The contest received over 750 photo submissions with both experts and amateur photo enthusiasts participating.

Over 265 professionals from leading MNCs participated at five Ascendas IT Parks — International Tech Park Bangalore (ITPB), International Tech Park Chennai (ITPC), CyberVale Chennai, The V and CyberPearl in Hyderabad.

As part of the contest, a free photography workshop was also conducted for all participants by professional photographers.

Ten finalists were shortlisted in each city; who in turn had to capture images of ‘Life at Ascendas IT Park’ and compete to become the ‘Star Photographer’.

Amith J Mohan from Technicolor bagged the ‘Star Photographer’ title of ITPB. A rvind Sharoff from Intel was the first runner and Ajith Unnikrishnan from Sabre Travel Technologies won the third prize.

Thomas Teo, CEO Ascendas, India said, “The photography contest seeks to celebrate the very best in photography from across our Parks. Ascendas manages some of the finest parks and it is our privilege that these parks are shot by our own parkites.”

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