Share a photograph on what Valentine’s Day means to you and be part of Linden Lab advertising campaign


Valentines Day

On 13th January Linden Lab posted Share What Valentine’s Day Means to You for a Chance to Be FeaturedLinden Lab are inviting residents to share a photograph on what Valentine’s Day means to them. There is a great opportunity to be part of the Lab’s advertising campaign for Second Life which sounds great with a month to go until the big day. 

  • Share your story in a picture > Submit to the Official Flickr Page tagged “SLVday2016”
  • Images must be at least 2048×1207
  • The chosen image will be showcased in an email to Residents & some banner campaigns
  • Submissions end on Friday 29th January 2016
  • See below for more info! 

The blog post reads this in full…

Valentine’s Day is just on the horizon and will be here before you can get through a handful of heart candies! We’re looking for some great Second Life pictures from the community to feature in upcoming email and banner campaigns – with credit to the photographer – of course!

In a snapshot, let us know what Valentine’s Day means to you in Second Life.

Share your story in a picture and on our Official Flickr Page with the tag “SLVday2016” so that we can see all of your amazing works. You may submit as many as you like between now and January 29, 2016.

We’ll showcase the chosen image(s) in an email to Residents, as well as in some banner campaigns. We’ll let the chosen image creators know via Flickr and ask for an avatar name for the credits.

Submission Requirements:

  • Images must be at least 2048×1207
  • Make sure that your submissions are appropriate for all audiences.
  • Show your avatar or avatars in a scene inworld – an image that tells a story is going to make an impression.
  • Keep your image free of additional text/logos
  • Make sure your lighting is not too dark and that avatars can be seen well

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