Help us build the Langly map! Show us where your bag has been by tagging your photos #mapxlangly. If you don't have a bag, show us where you'd take one.
We're giving away a $300 Langly Gift Card to the best Langly bag photo and one Langly bag to an aspiring owner for the most inspiring photo and story.
We're teaming up with Langly, the ultimate photo-adventurer brand, to give one lucky winner a chance to win an authentic Alpha Pro camera bag. We want to know where you would take your Langly bag, whether that's hiking up the Rocky Mountains, sailing along a golden coast or strolling down a crowded city street.
Map your Langly bag or where you would take one. To get an idea of what style and aesthetic we're looking for, see what Langly has saved to theirmap.
There are three ways to upload a photo: check this out.
Make sure to map your photos with the specific location. We want to show the "where" in #letsgosomewhere.
Also, tell us about this place from your perspective. What's the story behind this adventure?
Add the hashtag #mapxlangly to each of your Langly photos. This will officially enter that photo into the giveaway.
That's it! There is no minimum or maximum amount of photos that you can enter into this giveaway—map as much as you'd like!
HOW WILL THE WINNER BE CHOSEN?
A winner will be chosen by Evan Lane, Founder of Langly, on the criteria that he or she submits at least one photo to the #mapxlangly map on madewithmap.com. Photos must be submitted by February 15th at 12pm PST for a chance to win. Entrants do not need to own a Langly bag or product before entering this giveaway.
The winner will be contacted via email by Map. If the winner does not respond within one week of the confirmation email, the winner will be disqualified and another winner will be chosen.
The fine folks at Bloom Studio in San Francisco, CA.
Dan Cohen not only took that photo, but helped us scout some fantastic locations on Mt. Tam. Thank you Dan!
WHAT ELSE CAN I DO?
Be a pal and help us spread the word! Feel free to share this image, but please remember to give photo credit to @cohen.