National Geographic Launches “My Shot”

February 29, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | Websites | Comment | |

National Geographic My Shot“My Shot” from National Geographic Magazine allows photographers of all skills to create their own web page at http://www.ngm.com to display their best photographs. “My Shot” members are able to upload and save up to 100 photographs on their own “My Shot” page. “My Shot” members can also submit their photos to National Geographic’s popular “Your Shot” feature, with the chance of being published in National Geographic Magazine.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE INTRODUCES ‘MY SHOT’ INDIVIDUALIZED PHOTO WEB PAGES FOR USER-GENERATED CONTENT

NEW YORK (Feb. 28, 2008) — National Geographic Magazine has announced their latest innovation, “My Shot.” “My Shot” allows photographers of all skills to create their own web page at http://www.ngm.com to display their best photographs.

“My Shot” members are able to upload and save up to 100 photographs on their own “My Shot” page.  Members will also be able to use a drag-and-drop version of NGM.com’s cutting-edge jigsaw puzzle generator on their pages. Any photo saved to “My Shot” can be turned instantly into a jigsaw puzzle.  There is also a custom version of a popular memory-sorting game that users can create from their own photos.

“My Shot” members can also submit their photos to National Geographic’s popular “Your Shot” feature, where a dozen photos are selected each day by editors to appear on-line, with those photos being rated by readers. At the end of the month, the winning photo will be published in National Geographic Magazine itself, which reaches 40 million readers worldwide.

For more information, log onto http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/myshot

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