Calling all shutterbugs, the time has come to prepare for AARP Foundation’s 2018 Calendar Contest. At AARP Foundation, we believe in the power of connecting with others — and we want to see how you connect with the world through your camera lens. Our theme for the 2018 calendar, Memories in the Making, is a great opportunity for AARP members to show how they connect with family and friends to make lasting memories.
Our judges — professional photographers, art professors, editors and other experts in the visual arts — will select a minimum of 15 photographs to showcase in the annual AARP Foundation calendar. We invite you to check out the official contest rules and submit your entries starting March 1.
The contest is open to AARP members who are also amateur photographers. You can submit up to three (3) entries; for each entry, you’ll need to complete and submit a separate form. All photographs must be in digital format (scans of negatives, transparencies or photographic prints are acceptable) and must meet the minimum size and resolution requirements stated in the official contest rules.
Show us how you’re making memories. Get ready to enter your photos March 1 - April 23!
The contest is open to all AARP members, who are also amateur photographers. A minimum of 15 photographs will be chosen to grace the annual AARP Foundation Calendar. We invite you to check out the official contest rules and submit your entries starting March 1st.
See the official contest rules. Please note, you are limited to three (3) entries, and each entry will require you to complete and submit a separate form. Also, all photographs must be in digital format (Scans of negatives, transparencies, or photographic prints are acceptable.) Your photograph must meet the minimum size and resolution requirements stated in the official contest rules. Enter your photos today!
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