Reach for Nature Contest Sponsored by Sigma!

Sigma’s 150-600mm f/5-6.3 lens lets you get up close and personal with things out in nature that would normally be out of reach. Now through August 21, 2015, you can enter our “Reach for Nature” photography contest.

We ask that you submit one of your best nature photographs to our website here and show us how you reach for nature! We are looking for the best nature shot… from birds and wildlife, to landscapes and deep space, we want to see what brings you closer to nature!

We ask photographers in the local community and Columbus area to tag your photos with #cbusnature when entering your submission, for possible printing and display in our Learning Studio during our Feature Fair August 29th from 12:00PM- 4:00PM.

Check out this good looking lens!

The grand prize winner of the national “Reach For Nature” contest will receive a Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Contemporary lens!

In addition to that awesome lens, local photographers that tag their shot #cbusnature are also eligible to have their photo printed and displayed in the The Learning Studio on August 29th, during the Midwest Photo Feature Fair! The photo does not need to be shot in Columbus to be eligible.

The “Best in Show” local photographer will will receive $300 off a Sigma lens purchase at our store.The winners will be chosen by a panel of photographers.

If you aren’t a nature shooter and want to see what is going on over at our Learning Studio, come by during the Feature Fair and check out the others submissions and hang out with us (I promise we’re a lot of fun)!


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