I am teaming up with Amuso again for another contest. We're doing some brainstorming and would like to do a Cutest Kids contest. So, I have a question for you: Should the contest require video uploads (sort of like America's Funniest Home Videos) or photo uploads? Which one do you think would draw the most interest? Share your opinion. Thanks!

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I agree that photos would be easier for most people and would probably draw more participants. Videos would be fun, but photos are great too and more universally friendly.
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Definitely photo uploads.
I think videos would be great but many people can't do video. Of course, doing videos for a change would make it more unique and likely attract some attention;)

Either is fine with me.
Photos!! =)
As you know I don't have any children of my own. But why not do both as some people don't haver a video cam & some people don't have a regular cam-but these 2 items should be equal & not sway the judges decision. I hope that helps-thanks. Kelly
I'm a fan of photos over video, mainly because of the time involved to view other people's video.
photo I don't have "cute kids" video tape
Photos. As moms, most of us are really too busy to sit and peruse a lot of videos.
Photos. I might not take the time to watch all the videos.
Photos -- it takes a lot of time that I don't have to watch 50 gazillion videos of other people's kids even if they are super duper cute!!!
I think photos are the way to go! Using different mediums it will be difficult to judge on an equal basis. Photos are easiest since everyone has a camera.
Photos would definitely be best I think. This would be fun! I would love to enter my daughter.

Also, I agree with the comment about B&W photos.. they are truly stunning.

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