Give us your interpretation of a classic Olympic photo
Hurrah and congratulations!
After many enjoyable hours of deliberation, the jury is now proud to present the winners of our big photography competition. Entrants were asked to submit their own interpretation of a classic Olympic moment. On the winner’s podium we have Jenny Östlund who wins a Lumix GX1 (including lens) and a photography course at the Swedish Museum of Photography in Stockholm for her interpretation of the Bird´s Nest from the Olympic Games in Peking in 2008. Congratulations Jenny!
The second prize in the competition – a Lumix GX1 – goes to Robin Hakanen Martio for his take on the picture of Nadia Comaneci taken during the Olympic Games in Montreal in 1976. And in honourable third place we have Therese Almcrantz, whose interpretation of the picture of Alexandr Karelin from the Olympic Games in Seoul in 1988 wins her a Lumix FT4.
A big thank you to everyone who took part in the competition. If you were not among the winners this time round, you now have the chance to win fabulous Panasonic products in our “Wish and Win” competition. Don’t miss out on upcoming events. Like our Facebook page and find out more.