The following Contest is over. Congrats to the winner, Nicholas Schrein. You are one lucky dude.
For those of you who didn’t win, we’re going to have another big one very soon. Please be sure to check back on our Giveaways Page.
Studio Jumpstart Giveaway Introduction
Happy New Year! To celebrate a new year and new beginnings, we’re launching our biggest giveaway yet called the Studio Jumpstart Giveaway!
We realize how difficult it is for photographers to get their studio off of the ground so we’re here to give you a jump start with (almost) everything you need to get your career going.
We’ve partnered with some of our friends from around the photography world to bring you this unique opportunity; and they’ve agreed to donate one item AND contribute towards buying you a NEW CAMERA! We carefully selected our partners based on things that we actually use, love and recommend, so please be sure to check them out!
How Does it Work? How do I Enter?
Follow these steps to enter: 1) click here to enter, 2) LIKE ALL pages, 3) enter in your email address, 4) click “Enter” and 5) share with your family and friends. While the final step is not required, 3 additional entries are granted for every entrant that joins from your link. Void where prohibited. Contest ends February 6th, 2014 with the winner announced the week after. Open Internationally.
One winner of this contest will receive the following items.
Choice of Camera | Sony a7, Nikon D610, Canon 6D – The winner of this contest will receive the grand prize of a Sony a7, a Nikon D610, or a Canon 6D. After all, how can you jumpstart your studio without a brand new, full-frame camera?
Profoto 901059 D1 Studio Kit 250/500 Air incl. Air Remote – The D1 Studio Kit is the perfect solution for photographers who refuse to choose between a great location and great light. In other words, it is a versatile kit that can be used for many different kinds of photography in many different kinds of environments.
Great for point & shoot, mirrorless, micro 4/3 and DSLR cameras with larger lenses. Plus converts to a monopod in seconds. Only 15.4″ when folded yet 61.6″ extended, it weighs 3.6 lbs and can support up to 17.6 lbs.
Choice of Kelly Moore Bag – These bags are designed to keep you organized and protect your stuff. Think of them as your own personal assistant.
With features like removable baskets, adjustable dividers, lots of pockets, the option to wear any bag messenger style and the super popular Posey pocket, you will never want to go back to your other bags again!
Lumapix Fotofusion Extreme – FotoFusion::Extreme is for professional photographers, studios or designers who require multi-page support with no limit on page size nor output resolution.
It offers Multi-page album support, Unlimited output resolution, No page size restrictions – one click album resizing.
$100 at Phlearn – Our mission is to provide the skills, confidence and encouragement for creative individuals to pursue their dreams, overcome their fears, and live their passions.
We want to provide you with the technical knowledge to make your vision become a reality AND the confidence to craft your art true to your vision. And we want to do it all with a huge smile, because having fun is fun.
Peak Design Capture Clip – The CapturePRO® Camera Clip is our flagship, pro-quality camera carrying solution.
Carry any camera on any backpack strap, belt or bag. All-aluminum, extra-durable construction. Compatible with multiple tripod types, and can be used as a tripod head itself.
SLR Lounge Lightroom Workshop Collection V5 – With hours of comprehensive education along with the most powerful Lightroom Presets available, the Lightroom Workshop Collection contains all of the education and tools needed for any photographer (of any experience level) to run a full studio using Lightroom.
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