Dawn is that beautiful moment signifying the beginning of the twilight, pre-sunrise. Do you have any snapshots taken during this time? Submit photos tagged with 'Dawn' and the best shots win Piggy Points!
Did you know that you can now tag your photos according to the time they were taken? We’d like you to try it out with this rumble! Tag your ‘Dawn’ photos accordingly and submit your images to this blog entry.
How to tag your Photos:
1. Login to your LomoHome account.
2. Go to the Lab.
3. Click a photo. On the left side you will see the “Assign a time and date” option. Choose from the drop-down menu and click the ‘Assign time and date’ button. Done!
To participate in this rumble:
Submit up to 10 of your most brilliant photos tagged with ‘Dawn’. Remember to tag your photos correctly – improperly-tagged shots will be disqualified from the rumble! We will be picking the most wonderful images per each time category, so choose your best photos!
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