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Monday 12:00 CET to Tuesday 12:00 CET – Build 5 LomoWalls which represent your love for analogue – Reward: 5 Piggies

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Tuesday 12:00 CET to Wednesday 12:00 CET – Write a blog entry about why you love analogue photography – Reward: 5 Piggies

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Wednesday 12:00 CET to Thursday 12:00 CET – Upload 50 Photos - Reward: 5 Piggies

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Thursday 12:00 CET to Sunday 21:00 CET – Who do you think will win the huge climax to the football fiesta in Brazil? Take a lucky strike and make your guess in our magazine article - Reward: 10 Piggies

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  • Keeping It in the Family

    Keeping It in the Family
    Norfolk may be famous for 'keeping it in the family' and this case is no different. Analogue photography has been a passion for three generations. For me, living in a digital world gave me no time to learn how to use analogue cameras, or so i thought. One box of hidden slides, an Olympus OM10 and a curious mind later and I have a new love for all things analogue. This is about the man who started it all and how he kept analogue alive in a digital family.
  • A Tourist's Guide to Oslo

    A Tourist's Guide to Oslo
    A brilliant sculpture on every street and mind-blowing museums make Oslo a beautiful and historic city to visit. However, how do you afford to see everything that Oslo has to offer, in the most expensive city in the world? Put together by an impoverished student, this guide proves that you can experience the wonders of Oslo without stretching your wallet. Behold the wonders of the Norwegian capital.
  • Cheap Water Bottle Tripod

    Cheap Water Bottle Tripod
    We've all been there, its a hot day and you only have room in your bag for either a tripod or a water bottle. But why compromise? With this not-entirely-pointless How To, you can soon make your very own Bottle Tripod! Hallelujah i hear you cry! I shall never go without water or photos again! Finally an answer to all my tripod/bottle related problems!