Sorry for the delay and thanks for waiting. After months of deliberation, we're here to announce the winners for The Future is Analogue Rumble pt 2!
The play of light and color are one of the most important factors in Lomography and our The Future is Analogue Rumble pt 2 is dedicated to all fathomable hues and shades imaginable! For this competition, we’ve been treated to a visual feast replete with saturated hues, vivid color and eye-popping contrast. But here’s the submissions that jumped right off the page and into our hearts:
Congratulations to lakandula who gets 75 big ones for his amazing shot!
Here are our runner-ups who’ll get 35 Piggies each:
Just last month, we gave you the opportunity to win beautifully illustrated goodies from UK-based illustrator Helena Carrington. From over 1000 entries, Helena herself has personally picked her Top 3 images and we are happy to announce the winners of Helena Carrington notebooks and cushions.
Around a month ago, we teamed up with Exclaim.ca for the release of Jay Malinowski & the Deadcoast's new album "Martel", and invited all of you to submit photos that represent your interpretation of this new album.
Petzval lens are designed for a Canon or Nikon SLR mounts and a selection of brass or black for each camera brand is available in our stores. And start shooting with images full of sharpness, crispness and bokeh effects!
We sought for your best shots from the past year and received a staggering amount of more than 2,200 beautiful submissions within one month! It took a while to carefully go through all of the amazing analogue entries, and we have finally selected 3 lucky winners of the Lomography and caseable - Best Shots of 2013 Competition.
As contenders for the Nixon Surf Challenge title confronted the swell and unforgiving weather in Kamchatka, Russia, we challenged you to show us what the ‘riding life’ is all about through your analogue photos. Nixon has announced the Surf Challenge winner – it’s time we announced ours.
Against the grain of serious photography, Tony Ray-Jones used commercial color film to document American streets. This was a pivotal lesson in choosing colorful subjects, something he would later master in his black and white series.