I got my iPhone 6 from Zedd! It’s a 16gb silver model loaded with 100+ Zedd songs, 4 Zedd music videos, and one of ten custom Zedd themed wallpapers. I shot a Zedd phone unboxing, but I need to edit it first. While we wait for me to have enough time and energy to put into the video, here are all 10 Zedd custom wallpapers! I contacted the other winners (from #TrueBlue, #TrueBlack, #TrueOrange, etc) and we exchanged pictures! Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Here we go– the last #TrueColors competition! This is the one we were waiting for, too– white is a color we think Lauren could do really well! The only problem is that I traveled to Watertown to visit my grandma for Mother’s Day, so I’m out of town! Lauren took over my DSLR and did a little photoshoot of her own while I was gone, and it turned out really well! If you’re interested in her entries, check them out here: http://instagram.com/lauren7campbell
This was my entry– very sloppily done on my Moto G phone. This is an old picture I took when I was messing with the shutter speed on my DSLR two years ago. I simply used the “Inkwell” filter on Instagram, and put up the hashtags and called it a day.
Now that the competition is over, we have a total of 3 chances to win the Grand Prize of an all-expenses-paid trip to go meet Zedd at his final True Colors event! We have a 3/550 chance, so it’s unlikely, but there’s hope of winning! Thank you all for keeping up with the updates– it means a lot!
Here we go– the color Lauren and I are NOT looking forward to; we just don’t do pink, but we gave it a half-hearted shot anyway. Again, I’m focusing on trying to help Lauren win an iPhone or Beats, but I also put in a picture or two for each competition just in case. I played around in Photoshop and came up with this submission:
I also used my Photoshop expertise to edit one of my favorite of Lauren’s photos– a quick snapshot of a tall building in Boston. Personally, I think the photo was one of the best photos in the contest, but I think that it’s so professionally done that the judges may have assumed the picture was stolen. Whoops!