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Get Your Photo On A Public Manchester LomoWall! ended almost 2 years ago

Want to be a part of the first public LomoWall display outside of London? This summer, Manchester will be unveiling a huge LomoWall in the Piccadilly Basin in the Northern Quarter as part of the Urban Canal Festival, an initiative to rejuvenate the waterways and surrounding areas across Manchester. Read on to find out how to have your work exhibited!

So what do we want from you? Your photos! We want the LomoWall to reflect the area in which it sits; think water, think mills, think bridges, think ducks. Whether you’ve already got a back catalogue of appropriate images, or want to take the opportunity to go out and shoot some fresh ones, now’s your chance to be involved. The LomoWall is going to be a semi-permanent feature in the Northern Quarter’s landscape so now’s your chance to have your photo on display for the world to see!

To enter simply login or create your own Lomohome, upload your photos and they’ll appear here to submit!

Sign up to our newsletter here to find out about the workshops taking place at Lomography Gallery Store Manchester. Photos from these can also be submitted for the wall.

Rules:

  • Please bear in mind our water theme
  • Shots must have been taken around Manchester, UK and the surrounding areas
  • Not all photos submitted will be selected for the final exhibition, and we won’t be able to confirm which shots were used until the LomoWall is built by our expert LomoWall designers.

Enjoy getting wet, wet, wet! Quack!

written by littlemisslove

10 comments

  1. joaomiguelsantoscunha

    I've been seeing some of the photos: is it me or no one read the "◦Shots must have been taken around Manchester, UK and the surrounding areas" rule?

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  2. joaomiguelsantoscunha

    I've been seeing some of the photos: is it me or no one read the "◦Shots must have been taken around Manchester, UK and the surrounding areas" rule?

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  3. advokitty

    advokitty

    You mean the whole world doesn't count as the surrounding areas of Manchester?!

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  4. paper_doll

    paper_doll

    what would you consider surrounding areas? is leeds included? :)

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  5. kareninalovely

    kareninalovely

    Technically California is near Manchester.... I mean, if you think about how giant the universe is, the two are relatively close.....
    In conclusion, sorry for not reading the rules :P

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  6. panchoballard

    panchoballard

    Only just seen this. Better get shooting!!!

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  7. jakebland

    jakebland

    Added my 20 and they are 100% manchester pics if you don't count the one of blackpool tower, although i think you can see manchester from the top on a good day
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  8. jennysparkle

    jennysparkle

    Love this! Exciting!

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  9. joaomiguelsantoscunha

    well... i get your reasoning... i guess paris is very close in terms of the universe, to manchester!

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  10. twizzer88

    twizzer88

    Leeds?! No Yorkshire photos, please!

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