We were excited to have our community join in on this new challenge this month to show off some of the portrait skills around New Jersey. By tagging #NJspotsYou, we were able to follow along some great ideas and creative ideas. Out of hundreds of entries for the challenge we are happy to announce our winner and runner-ups.
We want to see the urban places and photos around the state. With two of the major cities on the opposite ends of our states, there are several urban locations to get creative with. All photos must be entered on Instagram and tagged with #NJspotsUrban.
We are excited to see what kind of edits you have in your pocket for the contest. Below are details, links to the photos, and rules for the contest entries.
Tag your furry friends on Instagram this month exploring different places around New Jersey. We want to see where you take them. Be sure to tag #NJspotsPets in your caption for a chance to be part of our contest this month.
This Fall @NJspots is teaming up with our friends over at @VisualDroneArt to co-host a #NJspotsDrone challenge. Drone photographers are invited to share their aerial views and creatives with the community in New Jersey. Below are the guidelines for the challenge.
We have our #NJspotsYou Winners!
Congrats to our Grand Prize Winner @marisanikole! Her photo of her daughter and her reflection is a great capture. Congrats!
The Best of 2018 Photo Contest was the first of it’s kind. Normally the NJspots contests are running on Instagram, but we wanted to open up the competition to be bigger than just Instagram users. With 126 photo entries, 3539 votes, and over 36,250 views this was one of the greatest contests we have hosted. The NJspots Team wants to take a moment and THANK YOU for all your support and great participation during the contest! Now onto our winners! (more…)
The winners have been announced! See what photos won the #NJspotsFall Photo Contest this season and don't miss the next one!
The 2020 NJspots Winter Photo Contest was meant to showcase winter in the Garden State. Since we didn't really have a winter this year, we asked participants to think creatively and outside the norm.
These are the best images from our 2020 drone photography challenge! Thanks to everyone who entered.