Samsung Imaging: Become an imageloger!
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invite “imageloger, me and you communicating with images”

- imagelogers talk and express themselves with images.
‘imageloger’ is a combination using ’image’ and ‘blogger’, It refers to a social relationship or space through which we share stories by way of images.

- imagelogers are ...

invite “imageloger, me and you communicating with images”

- imagelogers talk and express themselves with images.
‘imageloger’ is a combination using ’image’ and ‘blogger’, It refers to a social relationship or space through which we share stories by way of images.

- imagelogers are friendly, communicative, civil, and considerate of each other.
‘Imageloger’ is aim to contribute to a better, happier world while sharing images.

‘Imageloger’ is promising a fair operating of him/her blogs under a title of “I am a good blogger” to pursue a sustainable and significative blogging culture.

That’s what is going to awaits you, when you become an imageloger:

1 A brand-new Samsung Camera or Camcorder
2 An official certification, which states your activities
3 Latest information’s about digital imaging devices
4 “Behind-the-curtain” look of SamsungImaging.net

However, besides all good, we sadly have to announce that we got some a couple of (most of them are obligatory) requirements:

- At least 18 years old
- Good English knowledge (Written, as well as oral)
- Good photography skills
- Previous experience as a blogger (Optional)
- Skills in Photoshop, or similar application (Optional)

If you fulfill these requirements, sent an e-mail to web@samsungimaging.net or samsungdi@samsung.com, with following information’s:

- Full name
- Age
- Location
- What makes you Samsung imageloger
- Relevant records of online activities concerning photography (on personal flickr channel, blogs and forums etc.)

Please understand, that we won’t reply any e-mails or inquiries regarding the application progress.

Thank you,
SamsungImaging.net

released Feb 09, 2011

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Ian Kwon

  Imageloger program seems to be very interesting! http://bit.ly/gBF3y7

12:38 PM Feb 11th via fanatic
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