If you watched Ron Howard’s sequel to The Da Vinci Code – Angels & Demons or love Roman Catholic history/folklore/mythology then you will definitely know what this word means … I’ve had this T for more than 3 years … hmm … so am I a member of this cult?
To make things a little more interesting for photographers who are coming to the event, we’re having a little competition to see who can snap the best photograph of the night.
Entries will NOT be judged on technical expertise or how many megapixels the image is – we’re looking for the picture that can best capture the mood/vibe of the party!
The winner will receive:
1 night’s stay at the g Hotel inclusive of dinner and breakfast for 2.
You have 7 days to submit your entries after the event.
Entries will be judged by Mr. Marco Battistotti, General Manager of the g Hotel and yours truly.
The winner will be announced and the prize presented at the next Snap Club event.
RULES & REGULATIONS (subject to change at any time)
Photographers may only commence snapping photographs from 10.30pm onwards at request from the management.
The g Hotel reserves the right to publish any of the submitted shots in promotional/marketing material for the g Hotel. Full credit for any photographs used will be given to the photographers in question.
The Pixel Pimps reserve the right to publish any of the submitted shots in promotional/marketing material for The Pixel Pimps/Snap Club. Full credit for any photographs used will be given to the photographers in question.
Each contestant is allowed to submit 1 (one) photograph (unwatermarked) in 2 different resolutions – a) 1024 pixels maximum (be it width or height) and b) 440 pixels maximum (be it width or height)
Photographers are only allowed to take photographs in the g Lounge and the lobby concourse.
Photographers are allowed to bring their own models at their own expense.
Use of flash/strobe lighting is permitted.
If you wish to take any close-ups or portraits of patrons at the event, you must obtain verbal permission from them first.
EXIF information is not required when submitting your photographs.
Photographers have 7 (seven) days in which to submit their entries for the contest. Late entries will not be entertained.
The winner will be announced at the next Snap Club event and the prize will be presented then.
The judges decisions are final.
I think that’s about it … I’m really looking forward to the party this Saturday because it’s something new and interesting that hasn’t been done before and I’m curious to see how it’s gonna turn out!
I would like to offer my utmost thanks to Marco and the g Hotel for continually supporting my endeavors in creating new and interesting entertainment experiences.
The above video shows the build process for Ken Block’s brand new Crawford-prepped gymkhana car, which was used in the filming of the upcoming Gymkhana Two video. The only thing similar about his car and mine is probably the Motec M800ECU. Hahaha
Ken Block’s Gymkhana One wasviewed more than 20 million times on Youtube, which is just madness and everyone who’s seen it has been totally blown away by Ken Block’s insanely well-choreographed, well-directed, well-edited and of course well-driven video.
Since the video was so well received, Ken Block decided to make PART TWO – to be released world-wide on June 1st, 2009.
Filming for Part Two was just completed at the Port of Los Angeles and editing on the clip has already begun.
Gymkhana Two is actually the platform by which DC Shoes is launching Ken Block’s brand new “Teamworks Collection” which is a selection of apparel and footwear which was created to honor Block’s achievements in the world of motor racing.
I’ve seen the collection and it is fucking dope.
June 1st, baby … June 1st!
And just – just in case you were an idiot and didn’t watch Gymkhana One: