4 Days Left To Snag $10,000 from SanDisk

Remember the campaign I shot for SanDisk down in New Zealand last autumn? T’was the campaign where SanDisk was cool enough to let me blog/tweet/facebook about shooting the ads in real time, which made it the first global campaign of its kind. In part, those ads I shot have been used to promote their Best Photo Sequence contest in partnership with Freeskier and Snowboard Magazine.

Plain and simple, the best skiing and the best snowboard photo sequence selected from a panel of judges (include the photo editors from both magazines and yours truly), will EACH win $5000 in cash and have their image run in the mags. That contest submission period ends on this Thursday, April 1st at 5:00pm MDT. So if you don’t have a half dozen or so epic images in the running and if you live in the US of A (sorry foreign friends…us dullard yanks are working on changing things for these contests in the future…), get your gear, hit the slopes for the big spring dump, and go make some pictures.

Submit your images here, plus lots more info at www.bestphotosequence.com and after the jump…

Related videos + posts from the SanDisk job to further whet your palette for $5-$10,000 bucks:
[Now You Know, Sandisk Extreme Pro]
[Photo Gear Mania]
[Chase Jarvis CURRENT: SanDisk Q&A; Follow-up]
[Behind The Curtain: Guts of a Commercial Shoot Video]
[Video Report From the Heliworks Barn]
[Video: Packing Quick ‘n’ Dirty]
[Chase Jarvis RAW: NZ Basecamp]
[UPDATED behind-the-scenes snapshot gallery]
[…and look for the TV show we made on our last trip to NZ for SanDisk on RSN and The Ski Channel]

6 Responses to 4 Days Left To Snag $10,000 from SanDisk

  1. Scott MacKenzie March 29, 2010 at 9:10 am #

    Only Mud around here in NC.
    But I'm looking forward to seeing the stuff!
    Thanks for the Heads-Up!

  2. rob March 29, 2010 at 9:59 am #

    Only Sun here in CA.. maybe they can do a contest of which all of us can get into… .But I'm looking forward to see the pictures

  3. kevin Winzeler March 29, 2010 at 11:55 am #

    Chase – Do submitted images that aren't chosen also fall within this release? – "By accepting a prize, where permitted by law, each winner grants to SanDisk Corporation, Storm Mountain Publishing and Chase Jarvis Inc (and agrees to confirm that grant in writing), and those acting pursuant to the authority of SanDisk Corporation, Storm Mountain Publishing and Chase Jarvis Inc, the right to print, publish, broadcast, and use for the purposes of this or similar contest only, worldwide in any media now known or hereafter developed". Other fine print we should be aware of in terms of what photographers are turning over to Sandisk/you?
    Commercial Photographer

  4. Chase Jarvis March 29, 2010 at 12:23 pm #

    @ kevin: does not apply to all images. only winners. that clause is in there so it winning 2 images can be displayed and promoted as winning images.

  5. wirehunt March 30, 2010 at 12:29 am #

    That's a bit rough Chase, you shot the initial series here but we can't enter….

    :D That's ok, off season here now so no one would have anything anyway. lol

  6. free online virtual worlds March 30, 2010 at 1:54 am #

    I can't wait to see the winner's work!

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