Welcome to the Lomography Community Cup! For our first challenge, you must face this rather enjoyable task of creating five or more LomoWalls!
Day One: LomoWall Leaps – Build five or more LomoWalls
This challenge runs from 12 PM CET July 7th until 12 PM CET July 8th.
To kick off our exciting Lomography Community Cup, we want everyone to leap to their favorite snapshots and start arranging them into five or more LomoWalls. Make sure to pick photographs that best represent your undying love for analogue photography and arrange them into extraordinary LomoWalls.
If you are already satisfied with your creations, hit the comment section below with the links to your dashing LomoWalls. All participants will automatically get 5 Piggy Points straight to their LomoHomes! This challenge ends July 8th, 12 PM CET.
Coach’s Corner – How To Build A LomoWall
LomoWall what? Never built one before? Watch this short tutorial to get you started!
One thing you do need to create a LomoWall is some photos and a LomoHome –Don’t have one? No worries, register here and become part of a global community of analogue enthusiasts!
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