SMALL DRONES BIG CHANGES CONTEST

 

 CHECK OUT THE WINNERS!

 

In one month, leaders from around the world will convene in Paris for COP21, the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

Therefore, Dronestagram is launching a very important contest: “Small drones, big changes” .
In this race against the clock, Photographers and Dronists have a role to play, highlighting the effects of pollution on planet earth but also the solutions to tackle the problem.

Nissan EV (electric vehicles), partner of the contest will showcase the best photos through an exposition in Paris at NISSAN COP21 PAVILION from December 4 – 11 and the winner will win an exclusive 3-month test drive with a Nissan Electric Vehicle.

Parrot, drone leading manufacturer will reward the winner offering his last drone.

submit your best shots WHITE

How to enter the contest?

1) Create an account on dronestagr.am if you don’t have one already.

2) Upload the best picture you took with your Drone and select the contest category: Small drones big changes

There is no entry fee and no limit on the number of entries per person.
Important: only pictures without watermark will be reviewed by the jury.
Very Important: you must respect the drone regulations of your country.

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