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Tori Amos Inspiration Competition - London ended almost 3 years ago

London’s calling! Call back by submitting your London inspired images!

England’s capital city is a balance-beam of early UK history and a forward-thinking edge. On the one hand you have ancient glories such as the sprawling Buckingham Palace, the heroic Big Ben, the mighty London Bridge, the Globe’s profound Shakespeare productions, and the ceremonial Changing the guard. On the other hand, London also houses some of the world’s edgiest fashion designers, punk rock history, quirky pubs and innovative galleries! Virgina Woolf, Winston Churchill, Elton John, Laurence Olivier, Alfred Hitchcock are just a few names that changed the arts forever, and it’s no surprise they spent their time along the rainy streets of culturally evolved London.

We want you to submit the bees knees of London images. Remember: The images only have to be inspired by the city. They do not have to be taken within the city. Cheerio!

Read more about the competition here.

Prizing:
1 Grand prize winner chosen by Tori Amos herself will receive:

9 runner ups will receive:

Details:

  • Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated. Please keep in mind the theme.
  • After notification, winners will need to submit high res files for print
  • Upload Limit: 5 images
  • Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height. You must have a high resolution image available

Need help submitting your images? Learn how to do it here!

7 comments

  1. buckshot

    buckshot

    Well, I've submitted mine! Just the one photo, but it's of an iconic London cityscape that's recognised the world over, has the added twist of being a distorted-reality version (it being a Lego replica), and is proper lomo with its cross-processed colours and vignettage. Well worthy of the award, I humbly reckon! ;-) ;-) ;-)

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  2. buckshot

    buckshot

    (It's here, if you're interested: http://www.lomograph(…)os/13702588 )

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  3. blinghaha

    blinghaha

    Exciting times!

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  4. rbeasleyanimation

    rbeasleyanimation

    Cool Beans :-)

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  5. robotmonkey1996

    robotmonkey1996

    Spammers suck.

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  6. vic_tori_a

    TORI !!!x
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  7. buckshot

    buckshot

    I was a runner up for the London competition - yippee!!!

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