We’ve teamed up with Foursquare, one of the world’s leading location-based social networking platforms, for a brand new photo mission, Where do you swarm?.

It’s time to get out there and capture the places you hang out at. Whether it’s at the park, a coffee shop, a bar, a ski slope or restaurant – it doesn’t matter where, so long as it is somewhere you love.

Ole Spata

Your Mission: Capture your favorite hangout spots. Like to lounge by the riverside, or maybe a smooth cocktail in a jazz bar is more your scene? However you and your friends like to catch up, chill out or party down, capture the magic for your chance to win.

Your Reward: The grand prize winner will win a night out in their favorite place with $300 spending money to treat themselves and their friends. The winning image will also be hung in Foursquare HQ in New York City.

The 5 runners-up will win some Foursquare goodies, including tshirts and stickers. A shortlist of the top 25 photos will be featured on the EyeEm blog.

Deadline: August 17, 2014

Arthur Giat

How To Take Part: Simply take a photo and tag it with Where do you swarm?. Your photo will then be automatically added to the album. If you want to add a photo that you’ve already uploaded, just go to your profile, view the photo and select “Edit Photo”. From there you can add the tag “Where do you Swarm?”.


About Foursquare: Foursquare makes apps that help people keep up and meet up with friends, and discover great places. Swarm is for people who want the fastest and easiest way to connect with their friends. The Foursquare app is for explorers who want to know about the best spots, and to share what they’ve found with others.

Whether you’re setting off on a trip around the world, coordinating a night out with friends, or trying to pick out the best dish at your local restaurant, Foursquare is the perfect companion.

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Have questions? Tweet us @EyeEm or ask us on Facebook. We can’t wait to see your photos!

Header Image by Ronaldo Pace