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Unsplash x Fujifeed - Call for entries

Hey there! It's been a while, isn't it? I've been busy working on Fujifeed an independent magazine th
Unsplash x Fujifeed - Call for entries
By Samuel Zeller • Issue #4 • View online
Hey there!
It’s been a while, isn’t it? I’ve been busy working on Fujifeed an independent magazine that publishes Fujifilm photographers. And today I’m very excited to announce our first Unsplash x Fujifeed contest.
I’m also working on some new Lightroom presets packs and on a book about my work on botanical gardens, which (if everything goes well) should be published next year. I’ll send you more details about that in my next email.

Unsplash is the third biggest photography website in the world, featured photos on Unsplash are seen more times than if they were published on the front page of the New York Times or on the cover of Time magazine.
You have until May 27th at midnight EST to submit your best image(s) (using this link) on the following themes: “Free”, “Light” or “Feeling small”. You may enter photos for all three themes.
Ten winners will be chosen to have their photos featured on the Unsplash homepage and on the Fujifeed website as well as on both of our Instagram account (@unsplash and @fujifeed). Prizes will be awarded to the top ten entries and the best three will receive an extra special prize from Hyperion camera straps.
Good luck to everyone! I’m excited to see your submissions!
Sincerely,
Samuel Zeller
@zellersamuel
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