Same Shot, Different Cameras User Rumble

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Stouf takes us on a multi-camera shot-taking frenzy on the latest installment of our user rumble series!

Our current user rumble title-holder stouf brings to us an exciting new idea – how different camera shots of the same thing could give off strange and beautiful views? They say that there are always three sides to every story – how do you tell yours using your favourite analogue cameras? Show us your crazy analogue addiction and prove your Lomoaddict’s worth!

Stouf took these shots inside a bar in Tromso, Norway – capturing the same environment and subject with three different cameras – His Canon F1N, a Horizon Perfekt and a Holga 120 GN.

How about you? What are your favourite camera combinations? Take the same shot with a different camera and you just might be the next one to wear our user rumble crown!

  • Prize(s): Winner gets to pick next user rumble theme & gets a badge for his/her Lomohome
  • Film/Camera Type: At least 2 shots of the same subject with 2 different analogue cameras
  • Upload Limit: 5 photos
  • Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
  • It would be great to tag your submissions with hearty descriptions as well!
  • By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow Lomography.com to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes.

written by kazarareta on 2009-05-23 in #competitions #rumble #different #multiple #cameras

20 Comments

  1. jblaze823
    jblaze823 ·

    Sweet rumble, great idea

  2. stinketier
    stinketier ·

    Great Rumble i love the idea

  3. abcdefuck
    abcdefuck ·

    like it. :)

  4. abcdefuck
    abcdefuck ·

    like it. :)

  5. eggzakly
    eggzakly ·

    So, finally it pays off to shoot the same things obsessively over and over again! Got five shots of the same light fixture using five different cameras (could have done more if there wasn't an upload limit ;)

  6. lomosexual_manboy
    lomosexual_manboy ·

    Cool idea.

  7. breakphreak
    breakphreak ·

    "creative as stouf can be" - the new lomo-title :)

  8. chuo104
    chuo104 ·

    There's something wrong with my lomohome and user account. Everytime I try to leave a comment, update my status, or even submit a photo I get prompted to save a file. Please help.

  9. hhjm
    hhjm ·

    sorry for uploading to over limit !!!!!!

  10. larslau
    larslau ·

    Great rumble!!

  11. larslau
    larslau ·

    All mine are Hasselblad 500C vs. LC-A+ with Tunnel Vision Lens. Best combo ever!

  12. larslau
    larslau ·

    I would like to upload one more, but the "selection" in the lab doesn't seem to work on my uploaded pics anymore.... ):

  13. dogma
    dogma ·

    Is it 5 photos upload limit or 5 objects?

  14. dogma
    dogma ·

    wow! i cant believe, i have 5 pictures of same object taken with 5 diferent cams :)

  15. stiff
    stiff ·

    very nice, i think i won't partecipate but i'll really enjoy the entries!!

  16. stiff
    stiff ·

    very nice, i think i won't partecipate but i'll really enjoy the entries!!

  17. kernow_and_cambria
    kernow_and_cambria ·

    Cool rumble! Makes shooting at the same beach every week even more worthwhile!

  18. dd1212
    dd1212 ·

    so if i have 5 shots taken with 5 different cameras, can i upload tehm all? or is it 5 shots total limit?

  19. windandever
    windandever ·

    ok, mine posted twice, sorry. =(

  20. xbalboax
    xbalboax ·

    genius idea!

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