4th Annual Best Shots Photo Contest

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) in partnership with Eye-Fi, maker of the world’s first wireless memory card, launched its fourth annual digital photo contest, the Best Shots competition. The grand prize winner, will be announced January 11, 2013 at the 2013 International CES in Las Vegas, and will receive a Canon EOS Rebel T3i digital more »


Win a Samsung NX1000 Compact System Camera

Take Great Pictures is giving away a Samsung NX1000 20.3 Megapixel Compact System Camera in their Fabulous Fall Giveaway. Enter for your chance to win this amazing camera at the Take Great Pictures website. The 20.3 megapixels Samsung Smart Camera NX1000 with 1/4000 fast shutter and Built-in WiFi can be yours. Simply enter for your chance more »

Tamron “My Travel Exhibit” Photo Contest Lets You Choose Your Winning Lens

Tamron USA’s “My Travel Exhibit” photo contest is offered exclusively to Tamron USA lens users. To enter, simply create a 3D virtual exhibit showcasing 8-14 of your best images in a travel theme. Professional photographer Ian Plant will judge the contest and choose the winning exhibit based on overall image quality and originality of the more »


Take Great Pictures Hot Summer Lens Giveaway! Win a Sigma Zoom Lens

Take Great Pictures, in their Hot Summer Lens Giveaway, will be giving away a Sigma 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 II DC OS HSM lens this summer. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced photographer, the Sigma 18-200mm is an all-purpose lens that delivers convenience and features on every level. The sweepstakes is open now through August 31, 2012 more »

“Dear Sigma” Contest to Fulfill Photographer’s Holiday Wishes for Photo Gear

Ronkonkoma, NY—Sigma Corporation of America wants to check some photography gear off the wish list of photographers this holiday season. The company tapped into its online fan base on Cyber Monday, November 28, to kick off the “Dear Sigma” contest. Photographers of all levels are invited to visit the Sigma Corporation of America Facebook page more »