Think long and hard. When was the last time that you actually had a photo of someone (or yourself!) in front of a house? It really does sound simple but not a lot of people do it anymore so we're on the lookout for your best portraits right in front of the doorstep!
Look into the vast photo archive you have. Do you even have a photo of yourself in front of your house or apartment? While this act might be relegated to a ritual made after moving into a new place, taking a portrait, solo or a group in front of a house gives so much nostalgia down the line and opens a floodgate of memories. You can even see your kids grow inch by inch through the photos you take. So if you don’t have any of these photos, I suggest you take them now since we’re looking for shots of people posing in front of their homes! And as an added bonus, we’re giving away Piggies to the winners! Good luck!
Prize(s): Winners of 20 Piggies while Runners-up will get 10 each. Winners will also receive a special award badge straight to their LomoHomes
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated
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