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Requested Posts are what we are looking for now and will earn you 10 Piggy Points. If there’s something you want to write about that fits the submissions guidelines but is not on the list, submit it anyway, you will get 5 Piggy Points!
This Month’s Requests
While we are no longer accepting submissions for News articles, we still want your tips! Tips are considered articles where Lomography or analogue photography are featured. Shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you will be credited for every approved/published tip!
- Thanksgiving Diaries: How do you celebrate Thanksgiving on your side of the world? Share with us your preparations, traditions, and photos of your delicious dinner!
- Tracing your Lomo Beginnings: Do you still remember how your love-affair with Lomography began? Tell us about your Lomo Beginnings, we’d love to learn about them!
- Your Lomo Milestones: Since we’re celebrating Lomography’s 20th anniversary throughout the month, now is the perfect time for every lomographer out there to celebrate their own Lomo Milestones too! Share with us your amazing firsts and the stories about them, so we can all revel in them with you!
- The View from Vienna: Guten Tag from the LSI HQ! Feel free to generously share your photos of this picturesque city, which is rich in culture, history, and of course, Lomo love.
- This Calls for a Celebration: With this month being LSI’s anniversary, why not share with us your favorite places to celebrate (birthdays, anniversaries, or for whatever excuse you can come up with)…the more unique, the better!
- Time for Thanksgiving: Where do you like to spend your Thanksgiving dinners? Where do you get your turkey? Which places are you thankful for having the chance to visit? Where will you shop this Black Friday? Share it all here!
- Up in the Air: With November being Aviation Month, and as this is for the Locations section, let’s all pay tribute to the different airports we’ve visited through the years. Crappy or cool, these all served as our gateways for our many memorable adventures.
- The Happiest Place on Earth: In celebration of Mickey Mouse’s birthday this month and to cater to the Disney-loving child in all of us, articles on the different Disneyland theme parks in the world will be highly appreciated!
- Diana Baby 110
- La Sardina & Flash – Copernicus
- Diana+ Pinhole-Multi Operator
- Belair X 6-12
- Horizon Kompakt
- Any 110 film
- Lomography Color X-Pro Sunset Strip 100 35mm
- Lomography Redscale 100 35mm
- Ilford Pan F 50 120
- Fuji Neopan 400 120
- Spinner 360° Motorizer
- Button Set 11 (embassies)
- Fritz the Blitz Adapter Kit
- Lomo LC-A Big Book
- Lomography City Guide London
- Shoot Now, eat later: Are you a foodie who likes taking photos of your mouthwatering meals before gorging on them? Why don’t you share your tips on food photography with us, especially now that parties and banquets will soon come pouring in!
- Photographing children: Let’s face it, children are among the most challenging yet rewarding subjects to photograph. If you have mastered the art of photographing children and their cute antics, why don’t you tell us how you do it, just in time for celebrating Universal Children’s Day on November 20th! (Tips on Photographing Kids at Their Cutest is a perfect example!)
- Making the most out of 120 films: Shooting with 120 films may be extra challenging for the limited frames you can get out of them, but nevertheless still rewarding for the image quality. If you’re adept at medium format photography, maybe you can share with us some tips and tricks on making every frame count?
- Partying with the LomoKino: Have you ever tried filming your fun parties with the LomoKino? Then maybe you have some neat tips for those who are thinking of bringing the gloriously analogue moviemaker with them for all sorts of celebrations! The crazier, the more unique, the more fun, the better—-something like using the LomoKino as a photobooth, perhaps?
Additionally, if you’re interested in becoming one of our regular writers, read this call-out article and we’ll be waiting for your responses! Thank you!