vivo, National Geographic announces mobile photography contest for VISION+ initiative

vivo continues to promote mobile photography with its recently launched global initiative, VISION+. Its goal is to form a new visual content ecosystem through initiatives like content co-creation, education, and cultural exchanges.

VISION+ has five initiatives, namely, the vivo VISION+ Mobile Photography Awards, the vivo VISION+ Mobile Photography Academy, the vivo VISION+ Master Class, the vivo VISION+ Youth Program, and the vivo VISION+ Photographers Federation.

The smartphone company teamed up with National Geographic for the vivo VISION+ Mobile Photography awards, a photo contest for mobile phone users worldwide to showcase their photography skills. The theme and progress of the contest will be published on the official websites of both parties.

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vivo’s VISION+ also has the Mobile Photography Academy, a public photography education initiative which aims to provide an artistic and cultural exchange platform for everyone.

With VISION+ Master Class, on the other hand, vivo aims to provide a cultural exchange platform for photographers and users.

The VISION+ Youth Program provides a platform where college and university students can learn, communicate, create, and practice mobile photography.

And finally, we have the VISION+ Photographers Federation, which will be led by JOY IMAGE. It is a foundation that unites like-minded and excellent photographers around the world, vivo aims to collaborate with more creators in order to explore the limitless possibilities of mobile photography.

Through VISION+, vivo reaffirms their commitment in making mobile phones a powerful tool for users to create, capture moments, exceed expectations and welcome wonderful experiences.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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