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New Contest: SparkPeople's Search for the Best 'After' Photos
Monday, March 01, 2010
We hear amazing stories of transformation and weight loss every day at SparkPeople. Now it's time to for you to SHOW everyone how your hard work has paid off by entering our "After" Photo Contest! SparkPeople's Official "After" Photo Contest is looking for great photos that show how your hard work and weight loss has paid off!
The winner of the best "after" photo will receive a $250 Amazon.com gift certificate and 10 semifinalists will receive a special Trophy on their SparkPages.
Here's what you do:
Join this Official "After" Photo Contest SparkTeam. There, you'll find detailed instructions for sharing your photo and contest terms and conditions.
Grab your digital camera, enlist your photographer friend, or head to a local photo studio to reward yourself with some great new photos that you can share. While these photos do not need to be shot by professionals, they will be judged both on content (your amazing transformation or energetic pose) and on quality (high resolution, clutter-free backgrounds and vibrant colors). Good taste is a must and these photos must also abide by our community guidelines (i.e. suggestive photos will not be considered).
Upload your very best "after" photo by March 31, 2010 and you could win a $250 Amazon gift card or a special SparkTrophy for your SparkPage!
That's it! We hope you enjoy entering this contest and looking at the many photos submitted by other members, too.
Edited by: L*I*T*A* at: 3/1/2010 (23:42)
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