Giving Away a SmugMug Pro Membership and Template

Update: This giveaway is now over, and the winner can be found at the bottom of this post.

This week we’re giving away a 1 year SmugMug Pro membership worth $150 and a professional template installed by FastLine worth $345 — a total value of $495. This is a great way to add subscription time onto your existing account, or to try SmugMug if you’ve been meaning to do so.

To enter this giveaway, all you need to do is:

Tell us the very first camera you owned

There are two ways to enter, and doing both methods will give you 2 entries in the contest, and thus double the chance the win!

  1. Leave your response as a comment on this post
  2. Tweet your response, and include the following link to this post anywhere in the tweet:

    As long as the link appears in the tweet, you’ll be automatically entered in the contest.

This contest will end in two days on Thursday, March 3rd, 2011. We’ll randomly pick a winner using and update this post. Good luck!

Update: This giveaway is now over. We received 375 comment entries and 195 Tweet entries for 570 entries total. The randomly selected winner is…

#147: Donovan Rekanize Fannon

Pentax K1000, complete with a 1970s hippie strap. In high school, these were the workhorse student-learning cameras.

Congratulations! Please email [email protected] to claim your prize (we’re emailing you as well).

Thanks to everyone who participated. We’re going to be having another giveaway soon, so stay tuned!

A big thanks to SmugMug and FastLine for providing the prizes for this giveaway!

  • Bradford Benn

    My first camera was a Mickey Mouse shaped camera when I was 8

  • abel

    Film was some disposable Kodak while i was 8 or so, Digital Nikon D100

  • Cchirone

    my first was a minolta 110 ZOOM SLR MARK II

  • Mike Gove

    Canon F1 .. wonderful

  • ghop61s

    Canon A2E

  • Lgrub002

    Nikon D5000

  • Chotu Motu

    Canon 60D

  • Matt Rider

    I had a Kodiak fixed mm film “point and shoot” (all I can remember). first digital was a cannon powershot

  • Matt Rider

    I had a Kodiak fixed mm film “point and shoot” (all I can remember). first digital was a cannon powershot

  • Lance

    First 34mm film camera was a Pentax K1000, which carried me through college. My first digital SLR was the Nikon D70. I still have both cameras and use both from time to time.