Energizer has been teaming up with National Geographic since 2008 for the Energizer Ultimate Photo Contest. The team is the world’s premier resource for photojournalism with the company that makes the world’s longest lasting AA and AAA batteries for digital cameras and other high-tech devices. The Energizer Ultimate Photo Contest receives record-breaking number of entries each year.
Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries are proven to last up to 8x longer in digital cameras and up to 2x longer in flash units, as well as offering more power for GPS devices, LED flashlights and handheld games. The batteries also are 33% lighter than alkaline batteries, have a 15-year storage life and perform well in extreme temperatures from -40 degrees to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, making them ideal for both professional and amateur photographers on the go.
Out of more than 14,000 entries, twelve photographers from across the country have been named Category Finalists in the 2010 Energizer Ultimate Photo Contest with National Geographic. Then the finalists are just one step closer to winning the grand prize of a trip of a lifetime to the Greek Isles to see his or her photo appear in the pages of National Geographic magazine. The picture will be in an ad for Energizer Ultimate Lithium batteries.
From now through September 15, people can go to www.nationalgeographic.com/lithium to view the gallery of Category Finalists photos and vote on their favorite in each category. The finalist who receives the most votes in his or her category will advance to becoming a Category Winner. Then the six Category Winners will be judged by Jim Richardson who is a National Geographic photographer. He will determine the Grand Prize Winner to be announces on or around November 4, 2010.