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Another Giveaway! Your Chance to Win Bloom Theory’s Chic Scarf Camera Strap

Is Rangefinder on a Facebook giveaway kick? Maybe. Is that wrong? Well, for two lucky winners, absolutely not.

This time, we’ve partnered with two fashionably forward-thinking photographers, Christine Berry and Vania Barbieri, of Bloom Theory, an offshoot of the pair’s Huntsville, Alabama-based wedding and portrait business, Simply Bloom Photography. With a mission of thinking outside the box (typically full of basic, black nylon straps), Berry and Barbieri make scarf camera straps for the photographer who wants a little something extra out of his or her accessory (and yes, they do make more gender neutral straps, too).

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Just in time for the light late summer and early Fall breeze, this latest giveaway is offering the chance for two fortunate winners to choose which camera strap scarf they’d like: the jet-black “Some Like It Shady” or the bright, golden “Some Like It Sunny” strap, both of which come straight from Bloom Theory’s 2014 collection. Measuring 35 inches, they’re valued at $65, and Bloom Theory is offering to ship worldwide. Two different camera straps, two different statements. Take your pick.

As always, entering the giveaway is easy. Here’s what you do:

1. LIKE Rangefinder’s Facebook page.
2. ENTER your email address into the giveaway (that’s how we contact you if you’ve won).
3. SHARE the giveaway with friends on Facebook or Twitter for a chance to receive bonus entries for yourself.

That’s all there is — then cross your fingers and hope that the luck of the draw is on your side! Happy entering!

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Libby Peterson

Libby Peterson

Libby Peterson is the associate editor of Rangefinder. She graduated from Indiana University’s School of Journalism last year and moved to New York, starting off as the magazine's editorial intern. Having had a full-immersion French education growing up in her native Minneapolis, she especially enjoys writing about culture, design, and the arts.

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  1. I followed the link but I had already liked the page but cant find where to enter the information you request in step 2.