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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 erica@theshutterbug.com, 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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