One too many chins? Love handles ahoy? I personally recommend a steady diet and regular exercise but hey, sometimes a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do. Welcome to our plastic surgery rumble where medical science knows no bounds!
Got an ugly scar from when you were a kid or a mole that’s been bothering you since forever? A little nip and a little tuck from your friendly neighborhood plastic surgeon is all you need! We live in interesting times, as things are not always what they seem. What was once considered as controversial plastic surgery procedures are now nothing but weekend trips to the doctor. How about you, have you ever had plastic surgery? If not, don’t worry – just show us your last trip to the hospital or at the corner clinic. However, makes sure that all shots are from plastic cameras like the Diana+,Holga,Actionsampler,Supersampler.Oktomat, and others!
Prize(s): 5 winners will get 5 Piggies each; winners will receive a special award badge straight to their LomoHomes
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated taken with a plastic camera. Please keep in mind of our ‘plastic surgery’ theme.
Upload Limit: 5 photos.
Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
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