Sprocket holes are distinctively analogue, and for this rumble we want you to show them off! We're looking for the most colorful sprocket hole shots taken with Lomography cameras and accessories - Spinner 360, Sprocket Rocket, Diana 35mm Back+, and the Belair X 6-12 35mm Back. Piggy Points up for grabs, so make it good!
Summer is nearly over, so why not take your sun- and sprocket-loving Lomography cameras out for a spin? Soak up the sun and capture all the fun in sprocket hole photos that look really awesomely analogue. And when you’re done, upload the sunniest sprocket photos to this rumble for the chance to grab some Piggies. You have until the end of the month to show off your sprockets, so take your best shots now!
Photos can be taken with any analogue camera which can shoot sprocket-hole photos – All submissions should feature sprocket holes
5 winners will get 5 Piggy Points each!
Photos must be at least 576px in width or height
Don’t forget to tag your photo uploads (Camera, Film, Accessory)
written by Kwyn Kenaz Aquino on 2015-05-05 in #gear#news
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