Get your iPhone photo on an Apple billboard with #ShotOniPhone contest
Apple's publicity campaign is now a contest that 10 photographers will win in February.
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If you want the world to see your
photo magnified to the size of a billboard,
has expanded its #ShotOniPhone publicity campaign to a contest anyone can enter.
To enter, you can upload photos on Twitter,
or Weibo with the #ShotOniPhone tag Apple has been using to highlight the photography potential of its
for years. You can also email them, Apple said Tuesday in its instructions on entering the iPhone photography contest. Check the fine print for details.
An 11-person panel -- including former Barack Obama presidential photographer Pete Souza, Apple camera software leader Jon McCormack and Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller -- will select 10 winners, the company said. Photos must be submitted by Feb. 7, and winners will be announced about Feb. 26. Winners will be able to see their photos on billboards and other Apple marketing channels.
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