Los Angeles, CA - Photoinduced.com announced the launch of "Let's Do Lunch,"
a photo contest that asks you to take pictures of your midday meal and help
feed the hungry. The contest is now accepting paid
online submissions from photographers at letsdolunchcontest.com with a percentage of the proceeds going to the grand prize winners' local community food bank.
Participants are invited to log on to letdolunchcontest.com
and submit their photos for any of four categories: Friends and Family- meals on a more personal
to Business - lunch with a purpose; Street - delicacies only available on the boulevard; and Solo -
meals on your own (desk/park/kitchen/auto, etc).
Submissions will be accepted through
January, 2010. A grand prize winner and winners in each of the four
categories will be selected by a panel
of photography and food professionals comprised of Lou Manna,
award-winning Olympus Visionary photographer; the Chow.com editorial
staff; and James B. Wood, Director of Photography, Academy of Art
University. One Grand Prize winner and first place winners in each of
the categories will receive a selection of prizes from HP, ThinkTank
Adobe, NAPP, Nikon, Blurb.com. and more. Additionally, there will be a
special Student Prize and a Peoples Choice winner.
Contestants and non-contestants are
also invited to log on and vote for the "People's Choice Award." The
photographer whose image earns the most "people's choice" votes at the
of the contest will receive a special prize. 90 honorable mentions
across all categories will be selected for the "Let's Do Lunch" book
produced by Blurb.com.
For more information on the contest,
its sponsors and partners, please visit letsdolunchcontest.com.