justhangingout528 wrote:Does the vintage family photo have to be 20+ years old or can it just be an older family photo? If it does have to be 20+ years old, does it have to have other family members in it, or can it just be of me? ....All the people I could recreate "vintage" family photos with are on the other side of the country ... unless I can just use any people as substitutes in the photos.
I have the same question. All my family lives super far away. I have a picture of me holding my newborn daughter from 11 years ago that we could recreate, but is that considered vintage enough?
I'll cut you guys some
slack and say to make your photo be at least 10 years old. This item is listed as a family photo, so using other people as stand-ins or just you by yourself will not
I'll be okay with you recreating a newborn photo with your daughter/son, re-creating a wedding photo of you and your spouse, you and your nieces/nephews, etc. There must be at least 1 other family member in that photo with you.
Note: if you post a photo of you with 1 other person, but the vintage photo shows 3 or more people in that photo, it will not count unless everyone in that photo is present (this does not include if that person was cut off in the photo/only an arm or leg/ or leaving the room). So pick a photo that you can re-create with everyone