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MAGIX Euro Photo Contest: Show us your Football mood!

MAGIX Euro Photo Contest: Show us your Football mood!

Fan scarf, national team’s jersey, cowboy hat, coloured make up, a fresh beer and maybe also a vuvuzela, kept in a safe place from the Football World Cup 2010: everything’s ready for the football event of the summer, Euro 2012 is about to begin!

Whether you are a super-equipped football fan or not, you would probably be dragged by your friends to some public viewing, street party, or instead, you will just spend a lot of time watching people watching the matches: either way, if there’s a thing nobody can escape, this is the football championship fever! If you are not already in the mood for Euro 2012, you will get there soon, simply by empathy with the people around you. So, what’s better than to show your Football Championship personal point of view and share your impressions with other people?

The task is super-easy: Show MAGIX and its friends your mood about Euro 2012! Take a picture: no matter if it is a professional shot from a stadium or a picture taken by chance with your smartphone during a public viewing, if you are the subject or you decide to take a picture of your neighbour’s dog wearing the national jersey…surprise us! Make us laugh showing us the best (or the worst!) of your Euro 2012!

After choosing your best picture, just post it on our MAGIX Facebook page and let us know what was your mood in that moment and where the picture is taken. At the end of the Championship, our international jury will select the best picture and the winner will get our special package including two MAGIX software: Photo & Graphic designer 7 and Movie Edit Pro MX.

We are looking forward to see your best shot!

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Valentina has been part of the Social Media Team since 2010. She is passionate about all forms of communication, especially film and literature. In her free time, she studies German and attempts to get her grandmother's old recipes right, with rare but wonderful success

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