The Mobile Photo Awards are pleased to announce a give-away of a brand new OlloClip for iPhone5 or iPhone 4/4S (your choice if you win, instructions below.) Olloclip has been a generous sponsor of the Mobile Photo Awards (our macro category is brought to you by OlloClip) and all winners of each category in the MPA will receive one as part of their prize package. To win today’s Olloclip you need to do the following:
a) You must enter or have entered the 2012 Mobile Photo Awards (you needn’t have uploaded your photos yet to be eligible – your email address is proof that you have entered)
b) Send us a brief description of the very first shot you would take if you had an OlloClip. This can be anything at all – ANYTHING! – Just let us know which lens you would use, Macro, Fish-Eye or the Wide-Angle and what that shot would be – we will select a winner based on originality of your concept this Friday at 12:00PM EST – please email us at [firstname.lastname@example.org] – please include the email address with which you used to enter the 2012 MPA.
You will be notifiied by email if you are selected and we will ship out a brand-spanking new OlloClip for iPhone5 or 4/4S at our cost no matter where in the world you are. Good deal!
“The olloclip is a quick-connect lens solution for the iPhone that includes fisheye, wide-angle and macro lenses in one small, convenient package that easily fits in your pocket. Nestled in the palm of your hand, the olloclip connects to the iPhone within seconds so you’ll be sure to capture the image you want…if you don’t see the picture you’re looking for just flip it over to switch lenses.
The OlloClip uses precision ground glass multi-element optics for the lenses. The barrels are made from aircraft grade aluminum using a CNC machine and then anodized. The iPhone attachment is made from a soft plastic material that ensures a secure fit every time to the iPhone. The olloclip uses very high quality components that are expensive to make but we think that our users will appreciate a quality product that gives excellent results and is a joy to use.”
The People/Portraits category garnered the most submissions of any category during the 2011 Mobile Photo Awards. This year, it’s well on its way to receiving the most entries yet again. Photographs of people are probably everybody’s favorite to shoot and to view. There is something about a set of eyes, the human form, and human activity that always appeals to viewers and shooters. People and portraits are as affecting today as they were when photography began over 160 years ago. We are pleased to have as our lead judge in this category the inimitable Dutch Doscher.
Dutch Doscher is a Freelance Director of after school specials, music videos and short films, for clients including Deloitte, Pfizer, National Geographic, HCCS, Sunburst and Prentice Hall.
He began his career as a Casting Director and soon expanded his horizons to begin directing and making films. His love and talent for photography is a natural extension of his film making prowess.
Dutch’s mobile photography images have appeared in galleries, newspapers and magazines around the world.
While he excels at portraiture, his travels have also inspired him to create images of waterscapes from around the United States, and he has particular affection for the ponds and streams of his native Connecticut.
His street portraits and candids are remarkable examples of the spontaneity and stealth of mobile phone photography.
Be sure to enter your images in the People/Portraits category of the 2012 Mobile Photo Awards and while you’re at it, check out the work of Dutch Doscher.
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