LG giving away G4 smartphones, and a trip to NYC if your #BestShotEver photo wins (US residents only)

LG giving away G4 smartphones, and a trip to NYC if your #BestShotEver photo wins (US residents only)
Do you like taking pictures with your smartphone? Of course you do. Cameras are a vital component of a winning smartphone combination. We go into great detail in assessing them in our reviews, as well as showing you tips and tricks to enhance your own experience using these ever-more-capable sensors.

LG knows how important the camera is too. In fact, the company has been making the camera the centerpiece of its line of flagships the past few years, and the LG G4 is no exception.

Well, regardless of what smartphone you happen to be packing at the moment, LG invites you to “take the best picture of your life,” and share it on Instagram tagging @LGUSAMobile using #BestShotEver. If your photo passes muster with the judges, you could win the grand prize – an expense paid trip to New York City, a couple of new LG G4 smartphones, and a helicopter tour around the Big Apple.

The contest opened at the beginning of July, and it ends on July 31st. Final judging will end mid-August. Since there is bound to be some serious competition, LG has 24 “first prizes” set aside as well, each of those winners will get a brand new LG G4.

Judging the photos will be a challenge. The fine print (official rules source-linked below) breaks judging down into six categories, but in broad strokes it works out to 50% based on beauty and the “experience,” 30% based on the story and emotional impact, and 20% based on composition and coloring.

A cursory check of the hashtag #BestShotEver on Instagram reveals a lot of talented individuals. What will you take a picture of?

via: LG USA (official rules)



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