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ProCamera launches “Uncharted” iPhone Photo Competition

Submitted by on April 18, 2011 – 12:02 am

From the press release from ProCamera, here’s a new call for submissions.

The award-winning iPhone camera app ProCamera and iPhoneArt.com have just launched “ProCamera Contest: Uncharted”, an iPhone Photo competition.

The contest is open to all iPhone photographers. Prizes include an iPad 2, iTunes gift cards, museum-quality mounts, iBal mobile color balance filters, and entries in art exhibition. The submission period is open from April 18th to May 7th, 2011. For more details, visit the contest page on iPhoneArt.com.

The purpose of the contest is to provide a platform for artists and developers to meet — to see how far they can push the emerging field of iPhoneography — to encourage everyone to move onto uncharted ground — to learn from one another — to discover new techniques — and present a unique vision to the world.

“The partnership between ProCamera and iPhoneArt is the beginning of a new kind of online community. One where artist and developers can come together on equal footing, and help each other begin to understand the potential of this new medium. We admire the arts and treasure feedback from the artists.” Said Jens Daemgen, CEO of Daemgen.net and ProCamera’s creator.

“Paul Strand once said, “The artist’s world is limitless. It can be found anywhere, far from where he lives or a few feet away. It is always on his doorstep.” Never has this been more true than it is today. So let’s find out what’s possible!” said Daria Polichetti, iPhoneArt’s co-founder.

ProCamera [ ProCamera - daemgen.net ] has lowered the price of the app to $1.99 for the duration of the contest — a 33% discount.

Read Life In LoFi’s latest review of ProCamera here.

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Disclosure: Both ProCamera and iPhoneArt.com advertise on the blog. This did not effect my decision to run this story. It’s presented for what it is — a call for submissions for an iPhone photography contest with some pretty good prizes and a chance for iPhoneographers to gain additional exposure. Portions of the original pressie were edited for this post. =M=

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