4 January 2011
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- We are looking for video and photos from your lake to include in a Super Bowl event!
We are looking for video and photos from your lake to include in a Super Bowl event!
Close of Business January 18
The Corps of Engineers will participate in the Super Outdoor Expo as part of Super Bowl XLV in Fort Worth, Texas.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in partnership with the Our Lands and Waters Foundation, City of Fort Worths Parks and Community Services, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and U.S. Army Recruitment Command will host a three day event which will highlight the various outdoor activities offered at our lakes.
What are we up to:
At the Expo, we will be promoting recreation opportunities available on Corps lands. The video and photos will be used in short media presentations to tell our story. So we need your help! All the photos we receive will also be incorporated into the Corps Lakes photo album (http://corpslakes.usace.army.mil/visitors/album.cfm?Option=Start&Id=0&Activity=None). The video will also be used to create other presentations Corps Lakes and our YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/CorpsLakes).
Details on the photograph and video needs...
PLEASE, CHECK for PROPER UNIFORM, signage, etc in photo!
Types of photos needed
Celebration, dedication photos
Please provide the photo (label it and relate it to the information listed)
Recreation Area name if applicable
Description - include if partner involved, etc.
Photo - high quality - JPG, GIF, or TIFF
less than 3 minute clips
Video of events, activities with partners, interviews with volunteers or campers, and scenes from your lake
No need to edit
Provide lake name and description of video
You must have signed release forms for individuals in photos and videos.
If you have special photos that are currently on the Corps Lakes Photo album that you want to highlight, send a note.
Email to CorpsLakes@usace.army.mil - 10 MEG Limit per email, multiple emails permitted!
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