Have you made the most of your summer? With only a handful of weeks left to do that camping trip, hit the beach, or host that BBQ if you haven’t crammed all of those plans in already. Make sure to capture and upload your trip’s endeavors and adventures. The YAG member with the most profile views at the end of the month will receive a $50 credit to use however they choose! Make sure to share your gallery profiles online!

• We have also launched our “Signs of Summer” contest! Enter your best summer related photo for a chance to win over $350 worth in prizes. Click Here to learn more.

Your Art Gallery Tip: TAG us on our social media profiles with your summer creations #YAGsummer18 so we can repost.

Inspiration: “If you are truly successful in capturing the pulse of life, then you can speak of a good photograph.” – Rene Burri

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