The future is definitely Analogue! Subtle or utterly flambuoyant, We celebrate the different shades of colour, hue and natural beauty only analogue photography can provide to the world! Huge Piggy Prizes are at stake for this rumble series so be sure to put out some colour for everyone!
Whether you’re shooting a drab London street on a rainy day or overdosing on psychedelic hues in a carnival, colors play an important part in analogue photography. It could something as simple as picking the lady in red winking at you in the crowd, or just shooting and over-exposing slide film to drive the saturation up, up, up when you cross-process it! So which do you prefer? Do you like better the subtle nuances and realistic skin tone of negative film, or the wild, guns-blazing super saturation of X-Pro? Tell us in pictures! The best entry gets 75 mouth-watering Piggies while the next 4 runners up each get 35 big ones!
Prize(s): 1 grand prize winner of 75 Piggies, 4 runners-up of 35 Piggies. And there’s more! We’re also giving out 5 Piggies each to 20 users with selected photos! Finally, all winners will receive a "special award badge”:http://lomography.com/homes/username/awards straight to their LomoHomes
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated. Please keep in mind of our colors theme.
Upload Limit: 5 photos
Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
Meta data must be completed (camera, film, location & 3 tags)
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