Sean and I have decided to have an official bacon photo contest with prizes going to the top winners in 5 different categories. The reason we are doing this is because over the years we have gotten a lot of free bacon related items. Well, now we figured it’s time for our readers (you) to get some of that free bacon.
Here is what you will win:
- One coupon for Free Wright’s Brand Bacon
- One Larger than Life Print of bacon that you can stick almost anywhere
The categories are:
- Most Creative: This is a photo that shows a creative way to use bacon. Think bacon AK-47 or Waken Bacon.
- Funniest: This is a photo that incorporates bacon that will make us laugh. Think Lol Cats or Fail photos.
- Sexiest: This is a photo of bacon that will make us drool for two reasons. Think bacon babes.
- Artsy: This is a photo of bacon that just looks good. Think landscapes or food photography.
- Pandering: This is a photo that panders to Sean and I. Think about what we like and hate.
The rules are as follows:
- Photo must be your own creation and contain no copyrighted material.
- You may use Photoshop.
- The photo must contain something YOU actually took a picture of.
- Adding elements of other photos or stock art is ok.
- You can only have ONE entry per category (so you have 5 chances to win).
- Anyone can enter and win.
How to enter:
To enter just email your photos to jmosley at mrbaconpants dot com and put “Photo Contest” in the subject line. To make it easy to know what photo is what use this filename format “category-name_of_photo.jpg”. We can handle entries in jpg, gif, and png formats.
Deadline: September 21, 2009 (Winners will be announced at the Blue Ribbon Bacon Tour stop in Pittsburgh)
Update: We are no longer excepting photos for this contest. If you have entered, we will announce the winners at the Blue Ribbon Bacon Tour September 26th 2009. I will then email the winners and post the winning photos on Sunday.
If you have any questions about the rules or what we are looking for just ask. I will update this post if I need to make things clearer.