Wanna Win Some Money in a San Francisco Photo Contest? Since *This* Is The Photo On The Web Page Announcing the Prize, We Think You've Got a Shot.
|This is a prize-winner?|
If you're willing to -- definitely -- grant others "a royalty-free, non-exclusive, worldwide right to copy, crop, edit, publish, display, distribute, sublicense or otherwise use" your photographs, and -- very remotely -- have a chance of winning 100 bucks, boy do we have the contest for you!
The Web site SFtravel.com -- which we've never heard of -- has announced a San Francisco photo contest. And, since the art illustrating this article also illustrates their announcement, maybe you don't need to be Ansel Adams, Pirkle Jones, or Dorothea Lange to win this thing.
Incidentally, this Web site immediately won points with us by referring to Fisherman's Wharf as "a vicious tourist trap." I don't know how many times I've been asked for directions to Pier 39; I always give them accurately, but inside it tears me up. Tourists heading to Fisherman's Wharf strikes us as akin to going out to eat and ordering a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
So, best of luck, shutterbugs. One last thing: It warrants mentioning that SFTravel LLC lists its address in Reno, Nevada.