Since helping to make the animated GIF a legitimate photographic editorial medium, Pamela and Matthew (aka Reed + Rader) have continued to imagine the digital possibilities in video, virtual worlds, and both internet based and physical interactive installations. Regardless of medium, Pamela and Matthew’s work is about the playful connectedness of the internet where everyone wears a mask and can be anyone, anything, and anywhere they can imagine in their digital dreams.
“Fangoria is the world’s #1 horror magazine. To promote magazine subscriptions around the holiday season, we created a series of posters featuring cute gingerbread men doing horrible things to one another.”
“This animation published by Australian train company, Metro Trains Melbourne, is called Dumb Ways to Die. The animated safety message uses music and dark humour to warn people against behaving recklessly around trains. According to the song, dumb ways to die include using your private parts as piranha bait”
All you need to do is create a small gallery with 3 photographs you took that approach the theme: Water, Water, Everywhere. Here is how:
Choose 3 pictures from your portfolio, or take new ones.
Publish the pictures on your own website or on one of the many online visual platforms (including Pintrest, Tumblr, or Flickr).
Give us some insight on how you approached the theme by writing a short description. In the description please mention our sponsor DSLRs from Currys
Let us know you’re entering by tweeting @bambikillers @Canon_Camera and #H20slr.
The winner will be chosen by Who Killed Bambi, along with Currys and PC World. We will judge each picture on the following criteria: the aesthetic value of each photograph, techniques used and the buzz created by each post.
As always, the usual Terms & Conditions apply.
If you are chosen, you will be contacted via the mention function on Twitter
Winners must respond within seven days of the end of the contest. If you do not respond within that period, another winner will be chosen
Valid entries must respect the competition guidelines above
Currys PC World reserve the right to feature entries on their blog for content related to the competition
This competition is promoted by www.WhoKilledBambi.co.uk. The prize is provided by www.Currys.co.uk.
Entries can be submitted until April 5th, 2013 at 12:00 PM CET