The lomographic countdown in Hungary has just started! Only a few more weeks until the first Lomography Embassy store in Budapest opens its door and welcomes every lomography lover. Send us your contribution in form of your best lomographs of Hungary!
The new Lomography Embassy Store Budapest will be the perfect meeting point for lomographers, to have some fun, meet each other, join workshops, get films developed and all lomographic items you wish for. Or just have a coffee, relax and enjoy the lomographic environment. Everything is set, except a unique, exciting Hungarian LomoWall that would take us to an imaginery tour around Budapest and Hungary.
Send us your best lomography shots of this country to be eternalized in the LomoWall of the very first Lomography Embassy Store in Hungary and we will pimp your LomoHome with a few piggies!
Here are the rumble details:
Film/Camera Type: any kind of film / analogue camera – standard 35mm format preferred
Upload Limit: 15 photos
Minimum Photo Dimensions: submissions must be at least 1220px in either width or height, larger dimensions are welcome
Photos must be tagged at least with camera, film and location (location MUST be in Hungary!)
Everyone who makes it to the LomoWall will get 5 Piggies
By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow Lomography.com to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes
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