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Photo of the week – How it works.

August 15, 2011
Joel

by Nagesh Kamath

You may have seen last week that we did our first ever photo of the week. Well done to Jamie Furby for his submission of Diamond Head in Hawaii. We thought we’d take a moment to tell you what the photo of the week is all about.

Each week we would like to hear about your travels. We’d like to share your passion and promote you! So we’ve decided to turn it into a game. To take part all you need to do is post a link to your photo on twitter along with the hash tag #hiphotos. Each Thursday our team will look through all the photos submitted that week and pick the one that they believe best expresses the experience you are having, is visually attractive and inspires others to follow in your footsteps. The top photo will then be displayed on our blog along with a write up about the photographer, the trip they were on and links back to the photographer’s website or social network profiles.

We believe this is a great way for you to get noticed and to share your passion with the travel community on a global scale.

Now for the rules -

  • The photo must be your own work
  • By submitting the photo you are agreeing for the photo to be use on our blog site (you will be credited as the originator of the photo)

That’s it, simple!

We are looking forward to seeing everyones submissions and are thankful to those of you who have already taken part.

2 Comments. Leave new

Dubrovnik in Croatia is this week's Photo of the Week | HI Hostel Blog
9 September, 2011 2:00 pm

[...] Thanks Neil for sharing this with us. If you are interested in sending us a photo for next week, all the details can be found here! [...]

Photo of the week by Auður Reykjavík, Nam Song river in Laos | realtravelexperience.com
10 September, 2011 1:55 pm

[...] you would like to take part in our photo of the week competition here’s how Posted on September 2, 2011 by Joel Buckland in [...]

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