Enter our Boudoir Photography Image Contest for a chance to win one of three gift certificates to Design Aglow...valued at $300, $200 and $100!
Scour your archives to find your best boudoir images from the past 12 months
Tag up to 3 images only with #boudoirweek2016 on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter
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If your profile is private, you can simply upload up to 3 images in the comments here.
Winners will be announced Tuesday, February 23rd.
*Please note: Entering more than 3 images will disqualify you. Design Aglow will be choosing the final winners based on originality, composition and technique, while taking number of votes into account. All submissions go through a very basic preliminary round of approval before they are moved onto the voting page.
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