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Android Central weekly photo contest winners: Self-portrait

As usual, you guys floored us with all the submissions for last week's photo contest. It's solid proof that Android lovers also enjoy taking pictures and sharing them with the world, so manufacturers and app developers better step it up and give us even more love. All the pictures were awesome, and we wish we could say every single was was the winner, but that's not how contests work. We picked out the top five, and you'll find them after the break.

Didn't win this week? No worries. A new contest starts tomorrow, so keep an eye out for it. For the winners, a big congrats and keep an eye on your inbox for information about your Android Central t-shirts!

Courtesy Joe; taken with his Droid Incredible 2

Courtesy Jorge Sarda; taken with his Motorola Atrix 2

Courtesy Lisa Gonzalez; taken with her Nexus One and Pixlr-o-matic

Courtesy Nathan; taken with his Samsung Continuum looking at a Samsung Galaxy Nexus displaying his face using the stock camera app. Inception.

Courtesy Peterjon; taken with his HTC EVO 4G. We <3 pandas.

Jerry Hildenbrand
Jerry Hildenbrand

Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.

8 Comments
  • Nathans was much more creative. Starting to doubt y'alls ability to tell what a good photo is.
  • Anesthesia ROCKS! I too rock my droid in the O.R.
  • Lisa is kinda cute... She can check my heart for arrhythmias anytime.
  • So how did the Guy take the one under water.? Pretty cool
  • don't know what the last pic won for.
    not a self-portrait.
  • Sure it is, PeterJon is just related to the wife from the Incredibles. Can't you see the resemblance?
  • I agree poor photo faces to dark and he has to have a very long arm unless phone has self timer app, it is like just a standard mickey mouse photo but with a panda
  • I take many free-standing self portraits with my Droid Razr. It has both a timer and burst option. Plus, I can attach it to any flat surface with the vehicle navigation unit, which works like a tripod. So, there you go...