For those of you wanting to become famous… Canon's “Rebel With A Cause” is maybe your chance?
Canon is looking for people who have a great story and are ‘rebels' – to go along with the Rebel line of cameras. You don't have to own one, but you can possibly win a T6i along with a bunch of gear and have a short filmed about you.
Seems pretty easy to enter and who knows, you might become famous.
Launching the search, they've created two stories featuring Swizz Beatz and Nik Wallenda – and they've provided some behind-the-scenes as well.
I love both of these stories… they're heartwarming and motivating. It is great to see Canon recognizing the underdogs and doing something about it. I've tried to do some of that in the planet5D past and plan to continue it as well. What's your story?
Canon: Rebel With A Cause – Swizz Beatz (Full Story)
To celebrate 25 years of the Canon EOS Rebel DSLR Camera, we’ve embarked on a journey to follow modern day rebels who challenge convention in their own unique way. Our next Rebel With A Cause is GRAMMY® Award winning producer and artist, Swizz Beatz who’s recently become a major force in the art world. However, instead of focusing on his own art, he’s helping unknown artists get the recognition they deserve.
Rebel With A Cause – Nik Wallenda (Full Version)
To celebrate 25 years of the Canon EOS Rebel, we’re embarking on a journey to follow modern day rebels who challenge convention in their own unique way. First up is daredevil, Nik Wallenda who holds nine Guinness World Records for various acrobatic high wire feats. All without nets. He’s conquered everything on his bucket list, so now he’s going to inspire others who never got the chance.
Watch the Behind The Scenes
Canon: The Making Of Rebel With A Cause: Swizz Beatz
Capturing brilliant projections in low light is one thing, capturing the energy of New York City at night is another. Check out how the Canon team pulled it all off with the EOS Rebel T6i DSLR Camera.
The Making Of Rebel With a Cause: Nik Wallenda
Capturing high-speed, high-flying footage is no easy feat. But then again, neither is conquering your bucket list. Check out how the Canon team pulled it all off with the EOS Rebel T6i.
Canon USA Launches Search For The Next “Rebel With a Cause”
Via Canon Press:
Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today announced it is launching a contest to find the next modern day “Rebel With A Cause.” To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Canon EOS Rebel camera, Canon is embarking on a year-long journey to follow modern day rebels who challenge convention in their own unique way. The story of these individuals will be documented on the Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR camera.
Beginning today, Canon U.S.A. is looking for individuals who challenge the status quo in positive ways to further their passion, belief, or cause. Participants are encouraged to submit a photo or video essay to share what makes them a Rebel With A Cause.
One Grand Prize Winner will be presented with the opportunity to have their cause brought to life with their own documentary production, similar to those of previous Rebels Nik Wallenda and Swizz Beatz. In addition, they will receive a Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR camera and lens package, $10,000 in cash prizes to support their cause and press and media exposure for their very important cause. In addition, four finalists will receive a Canon EOS Rebel T6i DSLR camera and lens package, an abbreviated video production about their cause and $2,500 in cash prizes to support their cause.
Submissions can be made as a photo essay of up to 250 words or a video of up to two minutes. The deadline for entries is June, 17th 2016 at 11:59:59PM EST and can be made at canon.us/bv134
To learn more about Rebel With A Cause please visit: www.bringit.usa.canon.com/Rebel
(cover photo credit: snap from Canon)
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