Bad Moms Like To Post Great Photos, And, Also, Win Stuff

By on December 18, 2010

We love photography and video here at the Bad Moms Club. We post a lot of video, and a lot of photographs, and since late summer of this year we’ve been running tips and advice on photography from our resident expert on all things photographical, the lovely Ms. Angella. So if you’re a regular reader, you’ve probably got more than ample skills that can be applied to this contest.

It’s pretty awesome. It’s hosted by Intel Canada, and there are over $20,000 in prizes: there are prizes for the most inspiring/interesting/innovative photos or videos, which will be chosen from the top 10 submissions with the most votes, AND there are also 10 weekly prizes, and, ALSO, just for voting, you could win a grand prize worth $4500. So post your photos or videos and share your story and tips and ask Santa to send you a WIN.  Because, why not? Just go to the contest page and upload a photo or video – doesn’t have to be new – and describe what you did to capture the moment and VOILA, you’re entered to win. (Lobby your Facebook friends – hell, lobby US – for votes to increase your odds.)

And, in case you need more inspiration to enter, how about this: leave the entry link for the video or photo that you post at facebook.com/intelcanada in the comments at this post at Her Bad Mother, and you could also win a Sony Bloggie camera (I used one to make the video that you can see at this page) and 6 copies of downloadable versions of Sony’s Photo Go. You have till Dec. 21st to post a comment with your link;  I’ll randomly draw the 7 winners and announce them on that date. (If you’re not Canadian, leave a comment telling me how you capture the moment; I’ll randomly draw winners to receive chocolate.) (Don’t say I never gave you anything.)

And because holiday awesome just shouldn’t be limited to those of us who already have laptops and cameras and whatnot, I’m also going to donate an Intel-powered notebook to a women’s shelter or another like organization – basically, get some computer/social media power into the hands of some women who don’t have access to it – so leave suggestions/nominations for an organization in Canada that could benefit from such a donation, and I’ll select one from your suggestions and get it to them.

So, tell us, what do you do to capture the moment?

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