(PRWEB) April 30, 2014
Online wedding photography directory specialist, SnapKnot, is pleased to announce a giveaway directed at professional wedding photographers that includes professional Nikon and Canon cameras, business memberships and more. No purchase is necessary to participate. The giveaway ends on June 30, 2014, at 12:00 midnight EST.
SnapKnot is a self-service online wedding photography directory that connects engaged couples with specialized wedding photographers according to budget, location, and style for their special day. The website presents photographers with the ability to showcase their work online, connect with couples searching for their wedding photographer, and—ultimately—book more weddings.
To kick off the event, SnapKnot partnered with SmugMug, BorrowLenses.com, and Miller’s Professional Imaging to offer professional prizes that photographers want. The contest is intended to equip growing photography businesses with the tools they need to expand the services they offer their clients.
Participants can enter to win on the SnapKnot giveaway Facebook page, and earn bonus entries every day by referring friends. Prizes include the list below.
Grand Prize Winner
One (1) lucky Grand Prize winner will choose between a professional Nikon D800 or Canon 5D Mark III camera (body only).
One (1) runner-up will choose from the following exclusive prizes:
•Two year Business Membership on SmugMug ($600 value)
•10 x 10 Miller’s Signature Album ($500 value)
•10 x 10 Custom Wood Album Box ($85 value)
•One year SnapKnot Pro Membership ($735 value)
•$250 gift card to BorrowLenses.com
Third Place Winners
The four (4) 3rd place winners receive a $100 Borrowlenses.com gift card, and $100 in Miller’s Lab credits.
SnapKnot operates the giveaway with the intention of “giving back” to their community of photographers, which is why the company continues to offer a lens giveaway year after year. “By partnering with large online companies that provide high-quality professional photography services, SnapKnot provides resources for education and growth for budding photographers,” said Reid Warner, SnapKnot co-founder and CEO. “We do it because we feel it’s important for the industry as a whole.”
Previous lens winner, Joshua Thomforde, said, “The D800 is a dream camera for me, and one that I would have never been able to buy for myself. I am now the envy of all of my photographer friends, which makes winning even more fun!”
SnapKnot was created in 2010 with the vision of infusing online technology, beautiful imagery, simplicity, and social interaction into the wedding photography industry. Their free online search and collaboration tool helps engaged couples quickly and easily find their perfect wedding photographer anywhere worldwide. For help, visit their website or follow the company on their Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages for wedding inspiration.