Transportation

We're back for the second weekly Android Central photo contest, and this week's theme is transportation.  Anything that you use to get from point A to point B is fair game (see our example photo above), and we're looking forward to seeing another round of great pictures from you guys and gals.  Come Sunday, we'll pick the cream of the crop and show them all off (check out last week's finalists, they're amazing) -- and the winner this week get's an extended battery from ShopAndroid.com for his or her phone so they can carry a bit of extra juice and take a few more pictures.  We've also adjusted the rules a little, so read the next bit carefully:

  • Pictures must be taken with an Android device.  Yes, your iPhone or DSLR takes great pictures, but we're all about Android here.
  • Only one picture per person.  If you send in more than one, even if it's the best one, you're disqualified.
  • Entries must be accompanied by the name of the phone (or tablet) used to take them, and the name you want used for photo credit should you make the final cut. In other words, we want to know which phone you used!
  • Photos must be sent as an attachement.  With so many entries, we just don't have time to visit your Picasa or Flickr album.

Pick out your best photo, and send it to pics@androidcentral.com.  Good luck to everyone!

 

Reader comments

Android Central weekly photo contest: Transportation

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That's an interesting question, and I would add, "Are HDR apps and similar automatically enhanced photos acceptable?"

To me, for the sake of simplicity and considering the spirit of the competition, only stock camera shots should be allowed.

So, similar question here... are filters acceptable (Camera360, Camera Zoom...) or just stock-camera shots?

And the most burning question of all: Is this open to non-US residents? :P

You are the photographer.  If you create great art using a filter or other app, go for it.

We will be having a theme one week that's nothing but filters though.