Google wants your Pixel photos for a new campaign

Although there are many new options available when it comes to Android smartphones, it seems like Google's Pixel and Pixel XL are still top performers when it comes to shooting photos. So it comes as no surprise that the firm wants to showcase pictures taken with the device by featuring it as a backdrop on the Chromecast when content isn't being played.

If you want your picture to be considered, you'll need to take a photo using your Pixel handset, upload it to Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag: #teampixel. If your image is deemed worthy, Google will reach out to you through a direct message and provide you with additional instructions.

While your plate of spaghetti might not be the best contender for the campaign, Google does have some tips that could put you in a better position:

  • Suggested Content: Landscapes, Macro, Nature, Animals, Abstract, Life, Cities, Buildings, Textures
  • No people, logos, watermarks or branding
  • Landscape orientation works best
  • Family friendly: these photos will be seen on millions of devices

If you have any question, be sure to head to the source link below and leave a comment. Otherwise, have fun and don't forget to tag your photos for eligibility.

Source: Google via Android Authority

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