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Jan 31, 2013 | 04:58 PM

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Tags  World Steel Association, Steel in your life, Jo Isenberg-O'Loughlin

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Grab your smart phone, head for the nearest hunk of steel you can find and shoot away.

In a move to promote its Facebook page and raison d’etre, the Brussels-based World Steel Association (WorldSteel) has launched its first-ever photography competition around the theme: Steel in your life.

Winners will be selected by popular vote, with photographers snapping the top three images awarded an iPad mini.

To enter the competition and cast a vote for your favorite entry, submit your photo to WorldSteel’s Facebook page.

And a word to the wise, don’t waste any time. The competition runs from Jan. 30 to Feb. 28, and the list of possible subjects is dizzying.

For a little extra inspiration, you might want to download the official competition poster from WorldSteel’s website. Or you can tap into a fast-paced video highlighting how steel touches our lives in forms ranging from plow blades (thank you John Deere) to jet landing gears.

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Jo Isenberg

Jo Isenberg is executive editor of AMM. She has been covering the steel industry for over 30 years and has served as editor of AMM for the last 11 years – the most successful decade in the publication’s long history.