Recently, we announced Boingo Wi-Fi would be embedded on the Samsung ST5500/CL80, a 14.2 megapixel digital camera that allows you to email or upload your photos to social networks — all directly from the camera using Boingo’s high-speed connectivity (read our review here). The team here at Boingo is having a hoot of a time taking and editing pictures with this camera, and we want to let you in on the fun.
Starting today through July 22, 2010, we invite you to participate in the Boingo Hotspots and Snapshots photo contest for a chance to win your very own Samsung ST5500/CL80. The contest, for amateur photographers only (sorry, Annie Leibovitz), features the four following category themes: Boingo hotspots, travel, technology, and happiness. Four winners, one from each theme, will be selected based on both popular vote and professional judging. So upload your best shots to the Boingo gallery, get your friends to vote for your photo once it’s posted in the Boingo gallery, and you could be one of the lucky winners! Good luck!
About the Judges:
Leah Zawadzki has loved photography as far back as she can remember. After her twins were born in 2005, she became passionate about learning the art of photography. In 2006, Leah launched lilyblue photography. She is and always has been committed to doing things her own way and creating images that truly move her and the people who experience them. Leah studied interior design at Cal Poly and worked in the architecture industry for over ten years. She currently works as a portrait photographer in southern California and is happily married and the mama to three beautiful, crazy children.
Deb Schwedhelm spent ten years as a registered nurse in the U.S. air force before she pursued her dream to be a professional photographer. In 2006, she purchased a DSLR camera and began teaching herself photography, eventually launching Deb Schwedhelm Photography. Whether commissioned portrait sessions, commercial assignments or her ongoing personal projects, Deb always remains true to herself and her artistic vision. Deb is married to a U.S. naval officer and is the mother to three incredible children, who are often the subjects of her photographic work. She is currently based in Tampa, Florida.