Here’s How to Win a Subscription to Scott Hargis’s New Video Series

February 1st, 2012

Scott Hargis and Malia Campbell have been working hard for many months on the video version of Scott’s LightingForRealEstatePhotography video series. Yesterday Malia announced that they are giving away 5 free subscriptions to this new video series. To enter this competition send a video link to the address below telling them what you want to improve in your photography. It doesn’t have to be fancy, you could just use an iPhone to shoot your video. Here are the official rules:

  1. Your video should be 30-60 seconds.
  2. Your video must be uploaded as a public video to YouTube with the following keywords: “Lighting for Real Estate Photography”, “Video giveaway
  3. A link to the video must be emailed to  Links left in the comments of this blog or Scott or Malia’s blogs may or may not be noticed. Please send an email to the above address.
  4. Your entry must be uploaded and link emailed to us by February 15, 2012, 5:00 pm PST.
  5. In the email send them your name, website, and email address.  Your login to the videos will be with your email address so please send a real email address.  They promise not to share or sell it to  anyone.
  6. By entering this contest you agree to let us (Malia Campbell Photography, Scott Hargis Photo or to use your video entry to help promote this video series.

This video series will take your ability to learn Scott’s hugely popular technique of lighting interiors with small flashes to the next level. Here’s your chance to get free access to this great new learning tool.

Winners will be announced at 9:00 am PST on Launch Day (March 1st).


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6 Responses to “Here’s How to Win a Subscription to Scott Hargis’s New Video Series”

  • Thanks, Larry! A couple of notes:

    1) We’re actually giving away FIVE passes. Wahoo!
    2) We want to make sure everyone understands that this is NOT a video “contest” — the quality of the video is NOT a factor. Camera phone videos of the crappy hand-held variety are A-OK. We just figured since this is a video series, we ought to stick with that format, y’know? What we’re really looking for is 5 people who are perfectly “poised” to move their photography to the next level. I think these videos are pretty good; I’m very optimistic that this will jump-start a lot of people into better photography, and less post-processing. So, we want to hear what you will do with these videos — how are you going to put this stuff to use? What’s your story? The compelling stories will win. Creativity points will totally count.

  • If my spoken English was any good I would totally participate :\ I could make it in other languages but I guess people wouldn’t understand much.

  • If my face and voice didn’t have to be in the video I would totally participate too! That’s the wrong side of the camera for me.

  • I don’t see language or who is in the video restrained by the currently posted rules. I don’t think that’s Scott’s point. If you’re interested in in his video series, make some kind of video that says what you want to improve. You could speak any language (maybe have cards or subtitled translation), have your kid in the video saying “my dad/mom behind the camera wants to do ….”, or make the video in a house that you’re shooting actually showing what you want to improve. Be creative.

  • What Shawn said. English not necessary. Your face not necessary…Creativity and interest — necessary.

  • Yep, what Shawn said! We’re hoping that this giveaway will be a fun and creative project. There are no rules for content. Just get out and shoot something! Subtitle it if you don’t feel like talking. Bokeh the crap out of it or shoot walk through style if you’re shy about showing your face on camera. Just shoot something! Anything! 🙂

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