Hey photo friends, a few weeks ago my staff video guru Erik and I shared a glimpse into an ideal everyday walk-around camera kit. It’s a kit that Erik uses everyday and one that I beg/borrow/steal when not on assignment. Well the good folks over at ThinkTank took note of the love we showed for their Retrospective line of camera bags and sent the studio three of them to do with them whatever we choose. Just so happens we have plenty of camera bags already (2 of the exact models they sent us…), so we want to give these badass bags away to you. So here’s what we’re gonna do:
We wanna see your street photography. Your best everyday photos from being out in the world, covering the earth and actively pursuing the unexpected. Post links to your photos in the comments section of this blog post and we’ll pick 3 favorites and send the winners one of these slick camera bags. A few basic ground rules:
This should force you to use a little of your editing / curatorial skills too. Send us links to what you want us to review.
We’ll leave the contest open for submissions for a week from today and then announce the winners in a follow-up blog post within 10 days of end of contest. Photos will be selected by composition, style, and overall merit as determined by us.
Happy shooting. If you want to learn more about the bags you’re competing for, check out Erik’s blog post for his detailed thoughts on them, or take a look at ThinkTank’s website for the full specs. Here’s a peak at what we’re giving away. Rugged, stylish, downright awesome (valued at $157.60 each):
Official Contest Rules
Did anyone else submit links that never appeared here? I guess mine got lost in the moderation…
My post disappeared after a couple of days, so I reposted the links, then the next day my first post reappeared.
Just a couple of shots from over the year i was particularly pleased with.
Gas – http://ruffun.tumblr.com/image/35730164462
Casual Gamer – http://ruffun.tumblr.com/image/43719313106
If you do read this, many thanks for the dedication and keep up the great work 🙂