Instagram Photo Contest

We are running a photo contest on Instagram the entire month of September 2013. The Instagram user with the best photo will win one white SLXTREME 4 case from Snow Lizard Products. This case fits the iPhone 4 and 4S and is ruggedized, waterproof to 2 meters, doubles your battery life, and even has a solar panel for slow charging in an emergency. You can find out more about this case on Snow Lizard Products website. It’s retail value is $130.

Here are the rules of the contest, please read them carefully (especially rule #3):

  1. Only photos posted on Instagram during September 2013 qualify.  We will choose the best Instagram photos each week and select the final winner from them.
  2. Photos must be related to weather or outdoors and you must own the rights to the photo (we will ask for the original only to verify ownership).
  3. To be eligible photos must contain the exact phrase in the main caption/comment: #TornadoChasers photo contest by @reedtimmer and @snowlizard_gear
  4. You must follow the account @reedtimmer on Instagram (if you are the winner we will send you a private message via Statigram to collect your mailing address)
  5. You can enter only three photos per day.
  6. We can only ship the prize to US and Canada mailing addresses and you must be 18 years or older.
  7. Your photos must be public not private in order for us to judge them.

Just in case you missed our Kickstarter project, the Tornado Chasers 2013 Season Pass is now available for pre-order on our on demand website.

Thank you and good luck!


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6 comments on “Instagram Photo Contest
  1. jduran99 says:

    For the Tornado Chasers Photo Contest, can the photos (your own original photos you have taken) be altered/filtered by Instagram and or Diptic or the like? NOT pictures changed through Adobe Photoshop. Thanks for the quick reply. I’m going to win that case!!

    • sethtvn says:

      Keep in mind that this is an “Instagram photo contest” so we are judging with the platform in mind, so using an Instagram filter is completely fine. In terms of Photoshop I would just limit it to color correcting, etc. If something looks unnatural then it’s doubtful that we’ll rate it very high.

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