Lomography & I Still Shoot Film Competition

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Lomography is collaborating with Paris based blog I Still Shoot Film to bring you a fun and simple analogue competition. Read on to find out how to participate.

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I Still Shoot Film is a blog run by Paris-based, American photographer Rachel Rebibo. Through it she shares her love for all things analogue in photography – so we inevitably love it.

To take part in this competition all you have to do is submit your most beloved analogue shot. Once submissions close in a month’s time, Rachel will publish all submitted photos on her blog and pick her favourite one from the ten most liked. Told you it was fun and simple. So submit now.

Details:

  • Prize: One winner of a selection of Lomography 35mm Films
  • Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated.
  • Upload Limit: 1 photo
  • Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px.
  • Meta data must be completed (camera, film, location & 3 tags).
  • Deadline for submissions is August 9th, 2012.

written by webo29 on 2012-07-09 in #competitions

31 Comments

  1. djramsay
    djramsay ·

    :)

  2. mochilis
    mochilis ·

    Love this competition but it'll be hard choosing my pic...

  3. dubsloops
    dubsloops ·

    How can I edit the metadata to asign the camera and the type of film?

  4. webo29
    webo29 ·

    @dubsloops from the lab section. select your photos and fill in the data on the left hand side.

  5. sweetyyydreams
    sweetyyydreams ·

    So hard to choose just one pic... Hope I chose my lucky one!

  6. cherub38
    cherub38 ·

    DONE !!! wish me luck ! haha !

  7. whistlesthewind
    whistlesthewind ·

    Good question, where to submit your photo?

  8. inessrose
    inessrose ·

    I am so hesitant between two photos, I hope I submitted a good one :3

  9. webo29
    webo29 ·

    @whistlesthewind - just above where you posted your comment :)

  10. camerabrain
    camerabrain ·

    I think it would be cool if snow was rainbow colors

  11. bridgetbourke
    bridgetbourke ·

    im still having trouble trying to submit a photo.

  12. dubsloops
    dubsloops ·

    @web029

    So, where I have to upload the picture? At Lomography or at the I Still Shoot Film site?

  13. dubsloops
    dubsloops ·

    Sorry, I didn't read the comment where you answer it. Done! :)

  14. rebecca-figueras
    rebecca-figueras ·

    what do they mean by tags?

  15. rebecca-figueras
    rebecca-figueras ·

    what do they mean by tags?

  16. michaelvieira
    michaelvieira ·

    rebecca-figueras - tags things that are related to the photos or that describes and allows a classification of information based on keywords

  17. michaelvieira
    michaelvieira ·

    rebecca-figueras - tags things that are related to the photos or that describes and allows a classification of information based on keywords

  18. timorousme
    timorousme ·

    Giving it a shot!

  19. micky_s
    micky_s ·

    yahooooo!!! fingers crossed!!!!!!!!

  20. pixiecloud
    pixiecloud ·

    not an easy choice...

  21. ridingonchillwaves
    ridingonchillwaves ·

    Well lets see where this goes~

  22. bz
    bz ·

    First time for everything.

  23. bubblezz
    bubblezz ·

    tough decision! =p

  24. rybkstudio
    rybkstudio ·

    My entry for the competition
    www.lomography.com/search/rybkstudio/1/16482232

  25. lauraprime
    lauraprime ·

    dont know what photo to chooose! good competition though fer sure

  26. giovannidecarlo
    giovannidecarlo ·

    VENI, VIDI, VICI !

  27. meelaii
    meelaii ·

    dang, i missed it! i super love Rachel! XD

  28. michaelvieira
    michaelvieira ·

    Rachel Rebibo, you'll have a difficult job to choose only one picture - good luck

  29. njb
    njb ·

    njb How do you upload an analog photograph? do you have to take a photograph of it?

  30. djramsay
    djramsay ·

    who won?

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