New Photo Mission: RePicture Wealth with Getty Images
By EyeEm Team - 3 min read
What does wealth mean to you? It’s time to get creative in our new photo mission.
Once upon a time, being wealthy meant owning a country estate, having a fancy title and a huge bank balance. These days, there is a fresh appreciation for wealth of experience and character. Wealth is about so much more than just money – this is exactly why we’ve teamed up with Getty Images to RePicture Wealth.
What makes you feel wealthy? Is it a a powerful view from a mountain you have just climbed? Or perhaps it’s a full bookshelf of stories you love? Maybe spending time with your family and friends makes you feel wealthy, or travelling around the world. Whatever it is, capture it and be a part of this new photo mission!
This is part 4 of our cooperation with Getty Images to reimagine how many of life’s overarching themes have changed and what they look like today. Check out the results we’ve had so far from the RePicture Love, RePicture Family and RePicture Femininity Missions.
Your Mission: Think about what makes you feel wealthy. A rewarding relationship, a truly delicious meal or something you collect – anything can work. The RePicture missions are all about stepping away from stereotypes and redefining themes in our world, so let’s imagine wealth in exciting new ways.
Your Reward: The 5 most inventive and inspirational photos will get featured on InFocus by Getty Images, Getty’s platform for sharing the stories behind the photos. A shortlist of the top 25 photos will be featured on the EyeEm blog.
Deadline: August 31, 2014
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How To Take Part: Simply take a photo and tag it with RePicture Wealth. Your photo will then be automatically added to the album. If you want to add a photo that you’ve already uploaded, just go to your profile, view the photo and select “Edit Photo”. From there you can add the tag “RePicture Wealth”.
About InFocus by Getty Images: Getty Images is among the world’s leading creators and distributors of award-winning imagery, video, music and multimedia products. InFocus by Getty Images features some of the top stories from their coverage, such as interviews with selected photographers, industry news and photography tips.
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