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#LobsterFood – Share your food photos and get rewarded!

Deadline: Friday 3th of June 2016 Another chance to win some great prizes for our community! This time, we have Lomography Fisheye 35mm Camera to give away! Your job is to take a photograph (and share it via Lobster) on the subject of Food. Tag your pictures with #LobsterFood on Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Vk and…

Deadline: Friday 3th of June 2016

Another chance to win some great prizes for our community! This time, we have Lomography Fisheye 35mm Camera to give away! Your job is to take a photograph (and share it via Lobster) on the subject of Food. Tag your pictures with #LobsterFood on Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Vk and Google Photos.

How many times have you heard “You eat with your eyes first”? It’s true! So It’s your challenge as food photographers to present images that make people stop, look, and feel like they just can’t go without what they are looking at. If you’re looking for some inspiration check out our food photography gallery!

We will feature the team’s favorite photos on the blog every week. The winner will be chosen by Lobster team on the 3th of June and will get a Lomography Fisheye 35mm Camera! This black and silver-colored Fisheye camera from Lomography is a compact 35mm film camera that features a 10mm fisheye lens. This camera has an extremely wide field of view of 170° which means that you will easily be able to capture your subject within the frame. You will get a lot of fun using and taking pictured with this camera!

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We look forward to seeing your wonderful delicious photography!

Terms and conditions:

The competition is free to enter but all of the entrants must have a registered account on lobster.media. Entries must be submitted by 23:59:59(GMT) on the June 3th, 2016. Entries will be judged by Lobster team. The winner will be notified via email and should claim the prize by June 6th. If the winner do not claim the prize, the new winner will be selected. Participants can only submit their own images. Images must not infringe upon copyrights, trademarks, intellectual property rights and third person or entity, or violate any person’s rights of publicity or privacy. There is no date specification for photographs but should depict food.

 

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  • Do you agree with my views? Let me know any experiences you have had studying or not studying at university and how that has affected your photography!
    Tracey, Lobster

  • Derek T. Rowswell

    Photography, i believe does come from within. attending a course and studying anything does expose the student to facts and field they may never ave dreamed of so, yes study. you cannot use and better what you have not experienced. so yes, study and broaden your knowledge and outlook on the subject of your choice; in this case Photography.

    • Definitely agree Derek, studying is such an important way to better yourself and broaden your knowledge. Do you believe only formal education can teach you things you have not yet experienced though?
      – Tracey