Mission Winner & Next Mission

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Congrats go out to "7SAMURAI":http://www.lomohomes.com/7SAMURAI for winning what has proven to be one of the best and hardest to judge missions so far (at least as far as i know).

Congrats go out to 7SAMURAI for winning what has proven to be one of the best and hardest to judge missions so far (at least as far as i know).

Winner:

7SAMURAI

What the jury said:
The most exciting and interesting mission in a long time! We were really impressed by how experimental and creative the submissions were. 7Samurai won in the end because simply this was the shot that kept drawing the jury back time after time. Congratulations.

Runners-Up:

etherthemental

janette

zorgzorg

marguegue

New Mission and Prize:

Stolen Portraits:

A portrait can strip a subject down to the core.Take us back to basics.A camera can steal a moment then revive it with every viewing of the image. Portrait making is the art of peeling back the layers and capturing something rare. Find something worth stealing.

Prize:

The DianaF+ plus a mystery accessory will go to the thief who wins this mission!

written by pan_dre on 2008-05-05 in #news #winners #prize #mission #the-medium-behind

16 Comments

  1. zorgzorg
    zorgzorg ·

    cool, thank you all, did i get any piggies? wow i want to spread lomography and order some gifts for friends!:)

  2. jelga
    jelga ·

    congrats to the winner and runner-ups: amazing shots! and 7samurei's one is just beautiful...

  3. lomomanolo
    lomomanolo ·

    Congratulations to the winners!! Nice images all of them!! I think marguegue's shot has something else in addition to the technique. Way to go, everybody.

  4. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    Congrats to the winner and runners up! Great shots, and true, this mission showed an incredible collection of amazing shots! :)

  5. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    congratulations and enjoy the films
    very good choice

  6. freak_17
    freak_17 ·

    Kongrats To Everybody....Great Pictures Entries By All......Also 7Samurei Is Not The Proper Name This Is The Right One....7SAMURAI

  7. lomodirk
    lomodirk ·

    Aye, cool ones, respect to all of you :)

  8. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    cool! congratz to everybody, specially to my lomolovefriend janette !

  9. missound
    missound ·

    The winning shots are really amazing, really artistic !

  10. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    Congrats to the winner and to the runners-up !

    Great pics indeed !

  11. klingsor
    klingsor ·

    GREAT pics! I'm so happy for the winner!

  12. agrimony
    agrimony ·

    amazing winning shot! congratulations!

  13. champi
    champi ·

    Wooow! These shots are awesome!! Both winner and runners ups, and they match the subject so good! Congrats to all!!

  14. graefin
    graefin ·

    Finally I can comment :-D
    Wow! I loooved this shot a lot!!! Congrats to the winner, the runner up and all the other wonderful entries that didn't make it but this mission was sooo cool!

  15. scootiepye
    scootiepye ·

    I love this winning images ! Totally RAD :)

  16. marguegue
    marguegue ·

    That photo of the bird is totally beautiful and incredible! I have never seen anything so marvelous!

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