1st Place wins an Epiphanie Plum Stella Camera Bag.
The Epiphanie Plum Stella was designed with the stylish photographer in mind. Purse-like in structure and ideal for everyday use, the braided straps are super comfortable on the shoulder. Stella also includes a detachable, padded cross-body strap. Interior can accommodate camera + lens, 1 long lens, 1-2 short lenses and your wallet. Exterior pockets allow for easy access to your phone, keys, memory cards and more. Stella measures 14L x 8D x 8H.
Epiphanie blends function, versatility and fashion to create the ultimate stylish camera bags. Practical enough to use during a photo session and chic enough for date night, this will be your new favorite bag. Currently available in six styles and various color options, Epiphanie bags are ready to accommodate your camera gear, iPad and laptop. Each style features adjustable, padded Velcro panels which allow for superior equipment protection and customization according to your space needs. Learn more about Epiphanie
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"I was born 35 years ago in Minsk, Belarus. As for my professional career in a nutshell, I have started 10 years ago as a self-taught young photographer with a sole aim to try a new thing. I was between jobs at that time, trying to find my way in mass media and advertising. With no profit in mind, I took photography as a serious hobby, experimenting mainly with black-and-white films. I tried all films I could get in my locality. For the first year I shot and developed about 100 rolls of Svema, Foma, Kodak and Ilford. Being a newcomer in the world of photography, I was amazed how black-and-white negative reproduced what I saw through my camera, catching all lights and shadows. I made discoveries every day and learned with each roll I took out of developing tank. 3 years later I made a jump to medium format with a nice set of Mamiya TLR. Photography for me is a great escape from reality, a visual wandering, that I try to make by imagination and technical means, that distort the vision - films, long exposures, tilt-shift technique, etc. I use full-frame digital 35 mm camera for commercial works, Bronica 6x6 cm on a tripod and Yashica 6x6 cm for handheld. To name a few, I am really inspired by Mark Tucker, Josef Hoflehner, Michael Kenna, Keith Carter, Rodney Smith, Hiroshi Watanabe. Still I have a long way to go, but I like the way things go a lot." - Alexander
Rule Of Thirds: An image should be imagined as divided into nine equal parts by two equally-spaced horizontal lines and two equally-spaced vertical lines, and that important compositional elements should be placed along these lines or their intersections.*
Photos: Share your best photos that follow the Rule Of Thirds theory
Limit: 3 entries per participant
Participation: You must own all legal rights to submitted photos
Photo Format: Color, B&W, RAW, Edited and Medium formats are accepted
Copyright: You maintain the rights to all of your submissions
Judging: The contest submissions will be judged based on the creativity, originality and in accordance to the contest theme.
*Extract from Wikipedia