The moment you’ve been waiting for: The “Click with Us” Contest winners

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3 min readApr 19, 2024


First, we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude to the participants who made this contest a huge success!

We were overwhelmed with the number of incredible Clicks received–1,824 to be exact–and the quality of the entries. From newsworthy captures to real-life inspiring moments, breathtaking landscapes, and the beautiful photographic talent behind every shot, this contest attested to what we worked so hard for: a wide range of photos via a media authentication app that crosses a variety of use cases.

Now, let’s get to the long awaited winning Clicks:

1st: Stranded boat on the beach of Ferragudo, Portugal.

Author: @Alexand06949551

Ferragudo, Faro, Portugal

1st Place Original Click

This image initially gives a sad perspective of a boat stranded after a major storm in January.
It so happens that the author of this photo captured it only a few days before it was rescued and taken for repairs, so it would soon be able to live a happy life on the sea…

Newsworthy indeed. And here’s a link to the video of its removal back to the water, where it belongs. Último barco encalhado em praia de Ferragudo já foi retirado

2nd place: If peace was an image.

Author: @ChadArmel

Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, United States

2nd Place Original Click

This image offers so much. Peace, happiness, nature, REAL LIFE.

In a world where everything you see shared on Social Media makes you wonder if it’s real or a combination of filters and image manipulation, this is proof that this kind of bliss actually exists. Let’s hope we all find time to sit in appreciation to be alive, watching the sunrise–and hoping something will bite soon.

3rd place: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed individuals can change the world. In fact, it’s the only thing that ever has.” — Margaret Mead

Author: @martolonius73

Manila, Philippines

3rd Place Original Click

Manila protesters gathered for unity, peace, and prosperity for the country.

Around 1,000 rallyists trooped to Morayta in Manila to show their support for the initiatives and assertion of ownership of President Marcos over the West Philippine Sea (WPS) on Wednesday, April 10.

They met in Morayta Street in Sampaloc, Manila at around 5 p.m. before marching to Mendiola Bridge.

Before their march, the group released doves as a symbol of peace and their peaceful protest.

The author was able to capture the movement at the exact time it happened, once again proving the authenticity of the event with Click.

To learn more about the march, read the full article: 1,000 rallyists gather in Morayta to support PBBM’s WPS

Keep Clicking your truth

This was the first–yet certainly not the last–contest promoted by Click Camera. The quality of the phenomenal entries was astonishing, and we decided to reward another 30 participants with their Clicks promoted daily on our Click Camera page on X, as well as 250 NODL, as a token of our appreciation (no pun intended).

Winners will be directly messaged from Click’s X.

Congratulations! And thank you for CLICKING WITH US!

Stay tuned for our next contest…



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