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Lensbaby is celebrating Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day by having a contest. You should enter! Photographers can submit up to two photographs. Any pinhole photo, whether taken with a Lensbaby Pinhole/Zone plate Optic or not, is eligible. For the complete contest info, and to enter, go to www.lensbaby.com/pinholecontest. Read more about the contest and prizes below.
Tomorrow marks the sixth birthday of Lensbaby, maker of that amazing Optic Swap System for capturing stunning selective focus images. To celebrate their birthday here at PMA in Anaheim, Lensbaby is “throwing a big social media bash,” as they’re calling it, and giving away a ton of gifts that have been donated by their friends in the photo industry. Here’s the info on how to win, below. And make sure to stop by the Lensbaby booth if you’re at PMA at 1:00pm tomorrow, 2/22, when they celebrate with cupcakes! You know the DP team will be there.
The Grand Prize will be a Lensbaby Composer plus all 6 Optic Swap Optics – one for each year of our life. In addition, lucky participants will get fabulous photo gifts donated by our friends including Bay Photo, Digital Photo Academy, Focal Press, Hoodman, Joby, Kubota Image Tools, Lenspen, Plywerk, Nasty Clamps, SmugMug, Tamrac, Trek-Tech and others.
There are 7 ways to enter, and you get one raffle ticket for each way you enter giving you many chances to score a birthday present. Enter now through March 5th. We’ll announce winners in mid March.
The seven ways to win:
The new issue of Digital Photographer features profiles on top photographers, including renowned night/low-light photographer, Jill Waterman, and fine art photographer, David Julian. The issue also features hands-on reviews of new D-SLRs, compact cameras and camcorders, including: The Canon Rebel T1i, the Sony A330, the Olympus Stylus Tough-8000, the Sigma DP-2 and the Sony HDR-XR520V. Also, check out reviews of the latest optic swap system from Lensbaby and Nik’s Dfine 2.0 noise-reducing software. Brush up on your understanding of focal length with a Back to Basics article and learn about special effects in video production.
Of course, there are always the columns you love: Digital Insider, Exposure and Inside the Image, which features the work of a DP reader. Learn how your photograph could be featured in the next issue here. We look forward to your feedback on the new issue, and as always, you can catch us on Twitter for up to the minute photo world news and Facebook for photo community discussions.
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