Contest: The Ultimate Studio Business Makeover

Get ready for your photography business (and your life) to be forever changed!

Design Aglow is partnering with some of the most innovative brands in the biz to bring you

The Ultimate Studio Business Makeover.

Together, we are giving away over $3,000 in amazing prizes and invaluable resources to launch your studio all the way to the top.

Say hello to our fabulous sponsors:

We are looking for the next new Face of Design Aglow! If we select you, not only will you win The Ultimate Studio Business Makeover dream prize package, but your face will be featured exclusively on Design Aglow’s website and social media channels for at least one entire year! Additionally, we will run an exclusive blog post on you + your photography business, and check in with you throughout the year! Entering for a chance to win is super easy: just give us your face! (Yep, you read that right) While we have adored our vintage cover gal ever since our launch in 2006, it’s time to retire her for a fresh, modern look.

Interested? How To Enter: Upload a hi-res photo of your lovely mug and answer a few interview questions here.  *(The contest is now closed.)

Feeling camera shy? Refer a friend! If you think you might know the future Face of Design Aglow, let them know and you will get a $250 Design Aglow shopping spree if we select them. You have until June 30, 2014 to enter. Good Luck!!!

Prizes from our amazing sponsors:

Design Aglow —
• Shopping Spree at designaglow.com ($1000)
Frame Shop Show & Sell Kit ($100)
Prophoto Blogsite Design ($85)
Paper Shop Packaging Starter Kit ($35)
• Design Aglow Profile Picture for at least one year (priceless!)

Clickin Moms
• 2 year Subscription to Click Magazine ($30)
• 6 month Clickin Moms Forum Membership ($30)
• 1 Click Away Registration ($399)

Kelly Moore Bag —
• (1) Kelly Moore Bag (up to $249)

Preveal
• Preveal iOS App ($75)
• Salesographer ($129)

ProDPI
• Lab Credit ($250)

Finao
• (1) 12x12 Sample Playbook album with 10 spreads/20 page sides ($100)
• (1) 11x14 Sample Marilyn Image Box with 10 Matted Lustre Prints ($100)
• (2) 8x10 Fine Art Xhibit Prints mounted in 11x14 mats ($100)

Holdfast Gear
• Camera Strap

The Define School
• Choice of any (1) class in the month of September (up to $400 value)

~ The contest is now closed. Thank you for your entries! ~




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