Win a Samsung Wave II Smartphone!

February 25, 2011 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | Comment |

Calling all photography fans! Have you heard about the Samsung Wave II?  It’s a sleek new smartphone with an AMAZING camera. And we have 3 to give away to you lucky people!*

The Samsung Wave II camera comes with a cool creative editing suite so you can turn any standard snap into a masterpiece, or make your photos even brighter by using its colour boost function.

To celebrate the launch of the Wave II, Samsung is inviting you to share a photo of your ‘now’ by visiting its Now Project Facebook page. You can try the editing suite out for yourself to beautify a pic of a moment that signifies your present, and upload it to an online gallery hosted on the site. The likes of [influencer] have already uploaded their favourite snaps and we want to see yours up there too!

If it’s really good, there’s a chance it might even be one of the best 50 photos displayed at an exclusive exhibition Samsung is hosting at the London Design Museum on 24th March. You need to be quick though - entries must be submitted by 28th February.

To be in with a chance of winning a Samsung Wave II phone, all you need to do is answer this simple question.
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You must also enter your name and email address.

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The contest closes at 12 midday GMT on Monday 28th February 2011 - good luck!

*This contest is only open to UK residents.

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One entry per person only.

UK residents only.

Winners must supply a valid UK address for their prize to be sent to.

No entries accepted from employees of Photography Blog or Samsung UK.

Winners will be announced on the Photography Blog website following the closing date and contacted via email only, so a valid email address is required.

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