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The Time-Tagging Photo Rumble: Afternoon ended over 3 years ago

Capture afternoon delights - whatever that means to you! Siesta, skinny-dipping, or just enjoying a lazy afternoon with your friends. Submit your best photos tagged with 'afternoon' and the top 3 pictures will win Piggies!

Photo by: liluxxx

Why should you tag your photos? First, it will help draw Lomographers to check out your snapshots; second, you could win Piggy Points to spend in the online shop! Now you can tag your photos according to the time they were taken.

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 ‘Dusk’. 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!


  • 30 Piggies for the 1st prize
  • 10 Piggies for the 2nd prize
  • 10 Piggies for the 3rd prize

Good luck and keep tagging!

written by shhquiet


  1. saidseni


    Are sunset pictures afternoon or dusk? Thank you.

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  2. xyron


    Dusk is a time of day immediately following sunset.

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  3. fefo


    so sunset is part of the afternoon?

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  4. saidseni


    If you go to Photos>Time, lomography used a sunset picture for Dusk, so... help?!

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  5. saidseni


    Is anyone from LSI going to answer, please?

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  6. gelibee


    Hi @saidensi and @fefo! @xyron is correct, dusk is a time of the day immediately following sunset. The sky generally remains bright and blue during this time. It can be confused with sunset, but sunset is the disappearance of the sun below the horizon. Hope this helps! :) Goodluck!

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  7. saidseni


    Thank you! :)

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  8. ho0la


    afternoon people :D

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