Show Us Your #EnhancedandColorized Photos for the Chance to Win!


MyHeritage Photo Enhancer and MyHeritage In Color™ are now available for free unlimited use for a whole month!

To celebrate the occasion, we’re holding a social media contest for your enhanced and colorized family photos. When the offer ends on September 10, three lucky winners will be selected to receive a free MyHeritage Complete subscription for one year! They’ll enjoy free access to all contents and features on MyHeritage, such as all 12.5 billion historical records, Smart Matches™, Record Matches, Instant Discoveries™ — and, of course, unlimited use of the Photo Enhancer and MyHeritage In Color™ far beyond this month’s offer.

How to enter:

  • Enhance and colorize your favorite family photos using the Photo Enhancer and MyHeritage In Color™. We especially love historical photos with a good story behind them.
  • Post the image to Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram with some details about the photo. Use the hashtag #EnhancedandColorized and tag @MyHeritage in your post.
  • To show the transformation, be sure to post also the original image. Or, download the photo as a side-by-side comparison, to show the original and the enhanced and colorized version side by side. 

That’s all!

If we love your post, we may contact you privately to learn more details about the story behind it. We’ll be featuring some honorable mentions alongside the winners.

Click here to view some of the stunning results from our highly successful #ColorBeatsCoronavirusBlues contest.

Good luck! We can’t wait to see your entries.

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  • JIm

    September 4, 2020

    I do not see a link for the contest

    • Esther

      September 9, 2020

      Hi Jim,

      To enter the contest, just share your colorize and enhanced images with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter using the hashtag #EnhancedandColorized.

      Good luck!

      Esther / MyHeritage Team

  • Mary Metzger

    September 9, 2020

    I was able to colorize my Grandma Lulu’s picture. I never got to meet her, so that met a lot.