I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you about a contest that will be starting on August 1st and ending on September 30th. I’d love to see if anything dealing with Web 2.0 exists in the real world which is why this is a Web 2.0 photography contest. The idea is simple. Take a photo of anything that resembles Web 2.0. This could be objects with rounded corners, pastel colors, unique billboard advertisements, architecture, perhaps a product name with the word BETA next to it. Anything that you think you would see in the world of Web 2.0. At the end of the month, I will go through all of the entries to judge which one best represents Web 2.0 and the winner will receive a free Flickr Pro Account which will be good for one year.
In order to submit your entries, please visit Jeffro2pt0 the official Flickr Group for this contest and join the group. Entries submitted in any other way will be discarded.
Here is the low down concerning the contest, also known as rules:
- 2 Entries Per Group Member
- No Photoshopped Images
- Do not use multiple Flickr accounts
- Nothing Pornographic or Violent In Nature
I reserve the right to determine whether an image is a rule breaker or not and these rules could be updated or changed at any time prior to the contest completion date. Have fun, and lets see how creative you people are!
7 thoughts on “Web 2.0 – Real World Photography Contest”
Count Dave and I in!
If only I took a picture of the BlogTV.ca van I saw once… Oh well…
I submitted a photo after joining the Flickr group but it is not on display. People have probably posted but not seen. Admin setting issue?
The contest deadling has been extended, due to the lack of entries received thus far. http://www.jeffro2pt0.com/contest-deadline-extended/