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Hello lovely Design Aglowers! We are happy to announce that we have begun brainstorming for our next issue and have decided to make it all about you! Issue 11: The YOU Issue will be based entirely on the responses you gave us in our annual reader survey. This means more of what you want to read and more inspiration than you can shake a stick at. We are hard at work putting together an article called "Living with Art" aimed at helping photographers with inspiration for using photographic art in a real home setting. We need your best images of creative uses of photography, either in your home or your clients'. The more creative use of photography, the better! Ten winners will be featured in the new issue and each will also win a $100 shopping spree. Upload your entries here by June 25th. (all images above courtesy of Laura Novak Photography)


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