Are you ready to showcase your best black and white photographs? Join the Light Leaks and Lomography present Noir competition for a chance to win some awesome prizes. Read on after the jump.
Some things are as simple as Black and White, this competition is one of them. Show us your best B&W shots for a chance to win win win!
Light Leaks and Lomography have joined forces to give you, our esteemed lomographers a chance to win some amazing prizes. For those of you who may not know Light leaks, here´s a brief intro: Light Leaks Magazine is all about low-fidelity photography. They cover the world of simple analogue film cameras. They feature photographers who use these cameras, and photos taken by them.
But, since there´s no such thing as a free lunch, we are going to need for you to submit your most prized black and white analogue photographs. What´s in it for you?
More than our usual amount of winners, the ten luckiest of you will enjoy the following:
4 Grand Prize winners will take home not only a delicious subscription to Light Leaks Magazine, and a brand new Lomographic pal, the Diana Mini Petite Noire, but they will also be published in the next issue of Light Leaks Magazine!
Join now and get a chance to be featured in an Light Leaks issue as well as gain fame in the Lomography community!
There are a few tough as nails requirements to enter:
You can only submit 10 images (so pick your best!)
All photos must have been taken with an analogue camera (please, no Photoshop!)
You must have a very high resolution scan ready so we can prepare them for print in Light Leaks if you are a grand prize winner!
Little Venice/Canals This is a square mile within the Maida Vale neighborhood with very beautiful tree lined streets, bridges and expensive houses. Cool cafes and organic shops.
Finsbury park alley There is a path that runs from Finsbury Park to Highgate. It's an old railway line so you can feel like the boys in the film Stand By Me. It's a fantastic walk with a couple of disused abandoned platforms and loads of graffiti on route. A real mix of urban and country... kind of urbanity look out for the ghost train that is rumoured to pass at 23:49 on the third Sunday in November.
T-Bar This bar is located in an ex tea warehouse off the great eastern road. Cool late night bar with fashionable, sexy, young and probably rich east London kids that are just cool in fact this bar is so cool that it might not be around by the time what I write goes to print. It might be too 2007 by then
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