The Great Lomo LC-A Race Missions: Stage Nine

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We're almost there! The Great Lomo LC-A Race is just a couple of weeks away from a close. That is of course, after you complete this mission!

What a year it’s been! Who would have thought after a few months, a playful idea would turn into one of the best and most ambitious projects we ever had: The Great Lomo LC-A Race! This race has seen 10 teams around the world frantically shooting and documenting in painstaking detail, the beauty of their respective locales. Aside from being able to share with the rest of the community their findings, they are also able to build great relationships with their team mates! And this will be as cheap a segue as any, the next mission then, is all about buildings and infrastructure! Whether it be the Empire State Building, the Eiffel Tower, or the run-down beer plant down the road, we want to see how buildings in your corner of the globe looks like. The winning photo will be rewarded with 50 Piggy Points to be distributed evenly to all your team members (5 Piggy Points each).

Meet our Race Jury and read up on further race clarifications!

  • Prize(s): 50 Piggy Points split to members of the team with the winning photo (or photo set)
  • Film/Camera Type: Only shots taken with the supplied race Lomo LC-A unit during the time period of January 5, 2010 to January 19, 2010. Participants should turn over cameras to the next participant by January 19, 2010 but submissions for the ninth mission are allowed until January 26, 2010. Only stage 9 participants of the Lomo LC-A Race are allowed to submit in this rumble.
  • Remember to turn on your GPS unit while shooting!

Please check out the GPS Software download link here And the accompanying help section on how to operate the GPS unit. Further details will follow soon as to how you could upload the GPS location data.

  • Upload Limit: 10 photos
  • Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
  • Tags must be completed with the following details for eligibility: Team name (ex. North America Team 1) and the mission stage tags: transport lomo lc-a race mission
  • By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow Lomography.com to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes.

written by cruzron on 2010-01-05 in #competitions #buildings #lomo #lca-race #mission #architecture

13 Comments

  1. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    go team euro 3, GO!

  2. zekiyeayse
    zekiyeayse ·

    yeah, go euro team 3!!

  3. dogma
    dogma ·

    I would go :) but still, i dont have the camera yet

  4. redfig
    redfig ·

    hi how do you join a team ,i am new to all this a newbie

  5. eva_eva
    eva_eva ·

    that's malaysia in the picture!!

  6. kazarareta
    kazarareta ·

    @redfig: the race is almost over so we're not accepting any more applicants, but we have much more in store for you! :)

  7. dogma
    dogma ·

    Damm it, i still dont have the camera :(

  8. jerjer
    jerjer ·

    go asia team 1!

  9. arcanawar
    arcanawar ·

    whoa !! thats Sultan Abdul Samad building in KL, malaysia !! awesome !!

  10. wekster
    wekster ·

    yey! stage 9 almost done! go team asia 1

  11. jerjer
    jerjer ·

    Go Mr. A!

  12. comezone
    comezone ·

    the deathline on the top of the page does not match with the date placed below the mission brief lca picture. I hope you are considering this. when would be the real deathline for submitting? thanks. I hope you can reply to my lomohome

  13. misskhali
    misskhali ·

    few hours left... go fabyen! go euro team 2 !

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