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PHOENIX -- Scottsdale is looking for amateur photographers in hopes of finding visual gems that capture what's special about life in the city.

Submit photos online for a chance to win two tickets to a performance at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts.

Kelly Corsette with the City of Scottsdale said officials are looking for information about what people value in Scottsdale.

"We were looking for some different ways to engage the community and get some of their thoughts and feelings on what they value in Scottsdale," Corsette said. "We thought this photo contest would be a good way to have people express those thoughts visually."

Submit entries by Feb. 28.

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