my photo phobia: contest~ call for entries

You know what were talking about - dreams that start about three days prior to the next wedding or portrait shoot. Whether concerns include showing up at the wedding naked or getting lost and not showing up at all, or (one of my personal favorites) getting ready to start a wedding and finding that I haven't brought any of my equipment, the fear of the flop looms large for every camera wielding aficionado.

Knowing that there are some unresolved issues out there, Design Aglow is making your worst photo phobias into a full-length feature in our upcoming Issue No. 9. So dig out those repressed feelings and spill them out to us by entering our "My Photo Phobia" contest. One grand prize winner for the best Photo Phobia will receive a $250 shopping spree for the Design Aglow shop. If your entry is chosen for the article, you will receive a $75 shopping spree for the Design Aglow shop and a free copy of Issue No. 9: The Innovation Issue.

After all, splurging is very effective therapy. Or so we've been told.

Send in your entry now by clicking here.

*please do not enter in the comment box! click the link right above this!




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