Friday, December 2, 2011

Want a free UPstrap camera strap?...





If you answered "yes" to that question then you've come to the right place because we are giving away not one, but TWO UPstraps!

I shot the second half of "wedding season" with this strap attached to a heavy camera (Nikon D3) as part of my review and absolutely fell in love with it.

And the folks who make UPstraps were kind enough to send us two to give away to our readers.

If you want to enter our "UPstrap giveaway" it's pretty simple, here's what you need to do:

1. Leave a comment on any blog post or any of our YouTube videos.

2. Upload any image that you shot to our Flickr group.

That's pretty much it (see, I told you it was simple).

You can find detailed information on how to join our Flickr group here.

This contest starts right now, it's open to everyone, and the two winners will be chosen at random from all of the qualifying entries.

Those winners will be announced here on the blog next Friday (December 9th).

Good luck everyone, looking forward to seeing your images and reading your comments.

Below is our video review of the UPstrap, subscribers (and you know who you are) will need to return to the blog or head directly to our YouTube channel to watch it.



The small print (literally):

All rights and ownership of submitted images remain with the photographer who took it.

You can enter the contest as many times as you like, 1 image upload + 1 comment = 1 contest entry.

Winners outside of the US will need to cover the cost of shipping.


17 comments:

Keith said...

sent a request to join the flickr group! thanks

Chris said...

Great giveaway. I've been looking at getting one of these straps, so I'll cross my fingers and hope one comes my way.

photography by anika alonzo said...

oh! These look great!

half blind said...

Another great giveaway. Thanks Scott!

Maximillian said...

Thanks for doing this, Scott; This sounds good; I love giveaways! :)

Jocelyn said...

Great giveaway....I love your blog...keep it coming.

micah b. white said...

I have heard nothing but great things about these straps!

Ashley Hataway said...

Wow! That's generous! Thank you Scott, and thank you UPstraps!

Dave said...

I have to say, winning wouldn't suck at all! LOL
Might make my whole month! Ok, probably would make it!

Scott said...

Sweet! Loved the review, and what a great Christmas present it would make to me!

thom said...

great review

Stevenson Photography said...

I've got an idea for a topic. I think I'm like alot of photographers who sometimes get down on their work or feel uninspired and just get bummed when you see all this great photography out there and you wonder if that photographer ever lets himself down. You see I just did a shoot and it turned out very mediocre. It seems that they can't all be great shoots but then again maybe when you reach a certain level you can make a great shoot everytime. I don't know. I have never heard a photographer talk frankly about it. I think that everyone probably has a disappointing shoot here and there but to hear someone open up about it would be really great.

Barrie said...

Scott,
Thanks for your great blog, tips, insight and competitions over the past 12 months. Always look forward to reading your posts. Wishing you, your family & all your followers a wonderful holiday season. Looking forward to reading more of your inspirational words over the following years. keep up the great work.

Regards,
Barrie

Setterman said...

Scott,

Thank you for another great review & give a way Keep up the great work

Bill

Steve Miller said...

Great strap, and another great piece of advice

laporte48 said...

I want get one for the Nikon D5000 that I recently got as a backup to my D90.

JackAZ Photography said...

Excellent timing, I could use to replace my worn out old strap before it breaks [crosses fingers]. Here's to some good luck!