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The Splendid Streets of Singapore Rumble ended about 2 years ago

To celebrate the launch of our new La Sardina Splendour, we are laying down a challenge for all Singapore Lomographers. Capture the splendour of the streets of Singapore and join this rumble, with our very special guest judge - street photographer Danny Santos II!

Photo by lawypop

La Sardina Splendor celebrates the best of street photography!
The new La Sardina Splendour camera commemorates the early days of street photography. There might be very few people out there who actually remember the days when photography hit the streets for the first time. To give you a little taste of what it used to be like, we designed this tasty special edition camera with fine hammer finish in metal and elegant lines. Even back in the days street photography had to be spontaneous, direct and very well timed, so this easy to use little wide-angle gem is perfect! Keep in mind the 10 Golden Rules of Lomography while celebrating the new uprising of street photography!

What is Street Photography?
Also known as candid photography, street photography is a type of documentary photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places such as streets, parks, beaches, malls, etc. The photos often give viewers a sense of the walks of life on the street might be like, almost like holding up a mirror to society!

So join this rumble and show the world’s Lomographers what the streets of Singapore are like. Be inspired, truthful, and most of all, have splendid fun!

A special rumble like this deserves a special guest judge. We’re happy to announce that famous local street photographer Danny Santos II will be judging the entries and selecting the best of the best to be the winners. How exciting!

About Danny Santos II
Danny Santos II is a weekend photographer who likes to shoot strangers in the streets of Singapore. He’s been shooting street since mid 2008. His personal projects like Portraits of Strangers have caught the imagination and attention of many in the creative and photography industry. He also shoots commercially for editorial, events and advertising. Visit his website and like his Facebook page to find out more about him.

Prizes and Rules
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated.
Prize: 1st prize of 15 Piggies, 9 runner ups of 10 Piggies each
Upload Limit: 10 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)

So hit the streets and get shooting! Have a splendid time everyone!

Photo by rtmoratin

Hit the streets with our new La Sardina Splendour! Wrapped in hammer finish metal this camera commemorates the early days of street photography. These 35mm cameras are equipped with spectacular wide-angle lens, multiple exposure capabilities and the incredible Fritz The Blitz flash – everything you need for handling the streets! Get your own La Sardina Splendour now!

written by saysaysay

6 comments

  1. jeffr

    jeffr

    do the photos submissions have to be from singapore?

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  2. saysaysay

    saysaysay

    @jeffr preferably yes, but feel free to submit your photos too. :)

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  3. jeffr

    jeffr

    k thanks! i only have street photos from nyc

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  4. natsmanuel

    natsmanuel

    hi! do all photos need to be shot with a lomo camera? it did not say in the rules.
    over 2 years ago · report as spam
  5. saysaysay

    saysaysay

    @natsmanuel as long as it's a film camera, it's ok! no digital or photoshopped pictures :)

    over 2 years ago · report as spam
  6. tido78

    Oh man...I think I messed up. I added three photos that I've boosted a little of the coloring in Lightroom. Sorry....Not trying to deceive anyone.
    about 2 years ago · report as spam