Photo by Scott Bourne – Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons

Okay it’s not a camera giveaway, but many of you have contacted us over and over requesting something just like this so – here goes.

Just follow Scott Bourne on Twitter. Be 18 years old or more, and you’re entered to win a chance at a free trip to Vegas along with a car shoot with Scott.

(No need to un-follow and re-follow Scott. If you’re following and 18 you’re already entered!)

What you get…

Round trip coach airfare from anywhere Southwest Airlines files in the Continental USA* to and from Las Vegas. One night in a hotel on the famous Las Vegas strip. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, transfers to and from the airport, and a chance to spend a half day shooting Scott’s 2014 Jaguar F-Type pictured above.

We’ll shoot detail shots in Scott’s studio and (weather permitting) we’ll do an outdoor shoot at a cool location. Scott, and his assistant will be there to help. You can bring your own camera or we’ll loan you one of ours. Same goes for tripods, accessories, etc. All you need to bring is a memory card.

After you’ve gone home, we will work with you remotely to help pick the best shot you make of the car, and feature it – along with a link to your portfolio, on

In short, as long as you’re following @Scottbourne on Twitter, are at least 18, and can get to an airport in the Continental USA that offers a connection on Southwest Airlines to Vegas, you can come with nothing but the clothes on your back and we’ll take care of you. We’ll also make sure you get the car porn shoot of a life time.

To enter just follow @Scottbourne on Twitter. Nothing to do or tweet. We will randomly select one follower on Oct 1, 2013 and schedule the trip according to the dates that work best for both parties.

So if you’ve ever wanted to shoot a super car, now’s your chance.

We’ll announce the winner both here and on Twitter on Oct 1, 2013 by 5:00 pm PDT.

As usual all our other contest rules apply.

Good luck.

*If you don’t live in a city served by Southwest Airlines then you are responsible for any transportation costs to and from the nearest Southwest hub.