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Love In 2021 | Valentine's Day Photo Contest!

This contest Starts Jan 15th, 2021, and Ends Feb 14th, 2021 at 11:59pm. Winner will be announced Tuesday, Feb 17th at noon!


Love someone? Your friend, your sister, your newborn? Snap a self portrait of you two, and send it to us! This year's Valentine's Day contest challenges you to:

Send Us A Self-Portrait of You and Someone You Love!


Contest Prizes

First Place: 11x14 Professional Canvas Wrap

Honorable Mentions (2): 8x10 Professional Canvas Wrap


How to Submit Your Photo

* Feel Free to Write Up a 1-3 Sentence Description as Well! When We share Your Photo, We Will Share the Message.*

ONE Submission Per Person

Submit via Instagram by Tagging @shutterbugoregon in your post with the submission. In post description, mention @shutterbugoregon and the hashtag #lovein2021contest, as well as what you shot with (camera/film/polaroid model, etc).

If you are unable to submit via Instagram, please email your photo submission to, along with your name and contact information, along with what you shot the photo with (camera/film/polaroid model, etc).


The Rules

  1. All entrants must be able to come to a Shutterbug store location to pick up their prize.

  2. Photos must be taken by the entrant and must include entrant (self-portrait). Limit one submission per person.

  3. Photos must be PG friendly. Photos with suggestive content, nudity, profanity etc will be disqualified.

  4. Photo submitted must be a large enough file to print on a canvas wrap. Minimum requirements 300 dpi with the size of the image for an 11x14 - 792 x 1008px / 8x10 - 576 x 720px.

Read the fine print of the contest here. (Allows us to share your photos on IG/FB/Website)

Good Luck & Happy Soon-To-Be-Valentines Day!

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It's a very cool and sweet article, it conveys the kindness that is inherent in Valentine's Day, although if I were the photographer, I would slightly adjust the main photo, changing the dog face vector can increase the effect of the overall picture a bit, thus highlighting hidden details that can add color to this frame, but that's just my opinion, so don't take it as some kind of criticism.

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