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Happy Halloween + Christmas Holiday Doubles With You!

Booga booga! Don't get your crazy Halloween party rolls developed yet. Let's make things interesting and double them up!

Boo and ho ho ho! Have you seen wicked witches with snowmen or intricately carved pumpkins emblazoned on fresh mugs of eggnog? Neither have we and it’s high time we changed that! We want to see your Halloween film rolls (from trick or treating with the kids, shooting generally scary stuff to wild costumed parties), doubled up with shots from the upcoming holidays! Think Santa Claus, Christmas trees, and all things cheery!

Of course that entails holding off a trip to the photo lab for at least a month but don’t worry. We’ll make it worth your while! Do you want to do doubles by yourself or with another Lomographer? It’s up to you. Surprise us! We’ll be here waiting until the start of the new year. Better start now! So until then, Happy Halloween and Happy Holidays!

written by cruzron


  1. vicuna


    mhmm... to late, my halloween films are already at the photolab... will get them on monday... but great idea anyway!! :)))

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  2. dogma


    Great idea!

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  3. panelomo


    When November 4th, 2009 until November 4th, 2010

    Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated
    Upload Limit: 500 photos
    Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
    Meta data must be completed (camera, film, location & 3 tags) for prize eligibility.
    *By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes.

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  4. panelomo


    peace. ;)

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  5. lomosexual_manboy


    Yeah this would have been nice if it was posted before Halloween.

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  6. mohamed_v

    We all need to seriously consider our spending habits. The holidays especially are a time when we need to consider our income. Gone are the days when we could buy whatever gifts we wanted for Christmas and then spent half the next year paying off the debt. This way, you can put more money towards a rainy day, or to retirement, rather than into <a rev="vote for" title="Get debt relief and save for the rainy day" href=" ">debt relief</a>, and boost your own bottom line with debt management.
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  7. pila_


    I do not think it's a good idea to cross of Christ and the evil.

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