Get in on the action with Young Post's Sports Photography Competition

Get in on the action with Young Post's Sports Photography Competition

Sports photographers have one heck of a challenging job: they have to catch genuine moments of action without getting in the way and potentially hurting themselves. (Who wants to get a flying tennis ball in the face?!) Which is why Young Post is so impressed when student photographers capture amazing pictures at sporting events.

We want to see more of your work - and we want to celebrate it. You could win an Osmo+, DJI's handheld gimbal with an integrated zoom camera. The best entries will appear in Young Post and on yp.scmp.com.

What makes a good sports photo? Well, it should make us feel like we're actually there, and feeling what the athlete is feeling - whether that is anticipation, excitement, victory or even disappointment - and makes us feel like we're part of the action. We're not just looking for a beautiful picture, we're looking for a dynamic picture that tells us a story.

If you have what it takes and you want an Osmo+ to call your own, enter this competition now! Send your best sports photos to yppics@gmail.com before November 27, 2016

Ready? Set. Go!


Terms & Conditions

  • You can enter as many photos as you like

  • All photos must be taken by you

  • You must provide a caption explaining when and where the photo was taken, and what the event was

  • The contest is only open to secondary school students in Hong Kong.

  • The competition is not open to South China Morning Post staff or their families.

  • Judges' decision is final and no correspondence will be entered in to.

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