In 2009 the Russian lomographic community grew rapidly. So our friends from the Russian Embassy decided to start 2010 with a competition - for a whole year and with monthly winners - to feed the photographic hunger!
During the last time the lomographic community Russia grew faster than we could count. The new generation of eager lomographers makes it now even harder to choose the best from the best lomographic masterpieces!
To give all of them the possibility to show and compete with their analogue work in different categories, we (your friends from the Russian Embassy) initiated a one year long contest!
We proudly present to you, ladies and gentlemen, the RUSSIANMONTHLYLOMOGRAPHICCONTEST 2010!
And let us introduce to you the most independent jury you can imagine – the lomographers themselves!
The 10 monthly winners (who will be rewarded with a camera each) will be chosen by the majority of the votes from the community!
Additionally the photos of the month will take part in the big PHOTO OF THEYEAR contest. Those winners will be chosen by a special jury and will receive a priceless surprise! All the other participants still have the chance to be part of a lomowall at the end of the year!
10 Golden Nominations:
1. Living legend (Lomo LC-A, LC-A+)
2. Medium Format (Lomography medium format cameras)
3. MiniRevolution (Diana Mini)
4. World without angles (Fisheye 1 & 2, Fisheye Submarine)
5. Multivision (Pop9, Action Sampler, Super Sampler, Oktomat)
6. Panorama (Horizon Kompakt, Horizon Perfekt and other panorama shots)
7. Made in USSR (Lubitel, Zorki, Kiev, Fed, Smena, Vilia Auto, Sokol, Chaika, Agath)
8. Pinhole (Diana Pinhole, Diana Multi-Pinhole and any other pinhole cameras)
9. My dear friend lomographer (there must be a person with camera on the picture)
10. X-file (secret nomination we announce every month)
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5 Questions on Analogue Photographyseries. Now, we’re here to give you the latest scoop on Florian Reischauer and his next appearance in NYC to present his new book which was based off of his blog, "Pieces of Berlin 2009-2013".
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