Share your family photos to win £600 of photography goodies!


printerpix family photo competition

In our days pre-children, cameras were things we took on holiday, or pulled out for special days out. 

Post-children, it’s a different story. If you’re anything like us, you’ll have hundreds of family photos capturing your kids taking their first steps, starting school, and everything in between!

This month, Tots100 has teamed up with Printerpix to celebrate family photography, and give away a fantastic prize to one lucky blogger – a brand new Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 bridge camera plus memory card, worth 500 – plus another £100 to spend on the Printerpix website!

Four category winners will also win a large framed photo or canvas print from Printerpix. A bridge camera is a fantastic option if you want to take DSLR-quality images without the hassle and expense of lugging around lots of different lenses for your camera.

Printerpix is one of the UK’s best online photo stores, allowing you to print your photos onto pretty much anything, from canvas to cushions, calendars and key-rings.  

To be in with a chance of winning, we want you to dazzle us your family photographs! 


Has having children inspired you to pick up your camera more often?

We’d like you to publish a photo of your family on your blog, with a description of the story behind your photo. Your post could be happy, sentimental, or make us laugh – we are looking for photos that do a great job of capturing a memory.

Your photo can be in one of four categories:

  • Babies under 2 
  • Children aged 2-4 
  • Children aged 5+ 
  • Family portraits 

Your post must be previously unpublished and should include the following sentence at the bottom of your entry:

This post is [your first name’s]entry into the Printerpix Photo competition.”

Once you’ve written your post, just share a link in the widget at the bottom of this post.

Please read our full terms and conditions before entering.

Sally Whittle is founder of the Tots100, Foodies100, Trips100 and the Flea Retreat. When she's not working, she can be found blogging at Who's the Mummy, or having fun with her 13 year old daughter, Flea.

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