Snap happy – an iphoneography competition!

go site Now it isn’t very often I host competitions on the blog, but regular readers will know that Ellie and I are real fans of snapping pics, including a selfie or two, on my phone. Whilst I do have a camera I actually find the convenience of using my phone means I inevitably use it to capture those crucial moments. I mean it’s always to hand, it’s easy to use and most importantly I can share my pictures with others really quickly! So you can just imagine my excitement when I was approached to run this iphoneography competition on behalf of Three!

follow link So what’s the competition? Well it’s really simple.

In order to celebrate the camera capabilities of the new iphone 6s Three are giving one lucky winner a fantastic mobile photography kit. The kit will include everything you need to create an at-home phoneography studio including: a bubble pod, two mini studio lights, phone stand, mini light box with 4x colour backgrounds and a bag to transport the loot in!

Example Phoneography Studio
An example phoneography studio only.

To enter the competition all you have to do is make sure you follow me on facebook or twitter (or if you’re feeling generous both!). Then simply share your best iphoneography tip in a comment on this post.

The competition closes at noon on Thursday 26th November, after which the entry judged to be the best top tip will be selected as the winner. The winning tip will be selected based on it’s originality and usefulness, as well as the technical and photography knowledge shared.

So there you have it – easy to enter and a fab prize so come on, give it a go! Oh and please do share this competition with your friends too. THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.

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3 thoughts on “Snap happy – an iphoneography competition!

  1. Tracy Miners

    Hi Sharon
    Love your blog and am thrilled to enter your
    iphoneography competition.
    My phone is also often the most handy equipment available on which to capture special moments … and theres lots of those for us busy mums comming up.
    So my big tip when trying to take s picture of a full hall is remember to turn off the flash otherwise you get a great picture of of the row in front and very little beyond !
    (This is the voice of experience talking at our last harvest festival)

  2. Hannah Igoe

    Having small children and knowing that they don’t stay still for very long, I think my best tip is to think out your photo and set it up before you get them to come and sit down. Make the picture funny or exciting for them too by putting them in what feels like a silly pose and make them laugh. That way when you only have one shot you get it!


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