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National University Photographic Society (NUPS) Annual London Photo Hunt!

Lomography are proud partners of the National University Photographic Society (NUPS) Annual London Photo Hunt. On Saturday 24th November hundreds of photo enthusiasts from around the UK will gather together in London ready to take part in the ultimate photography challenge. Participants will be put into teams and asked to hunt out some great hidden landmarks. There will be lots of prizes to win, including some Lomography cameras! If you want to take part in this photo extravaganza read on.

NUPS is a society dedicated to Students and graduates who are passionate about photography. Each year they hold a London Photo Hunt that brings together people from all around the UK and lets them work together and have fun. Since its inception in 2009, this event has continued to grow with more and more people getting involved each year.

Participants are put into groups and sent off to hunt out various secret locations and objects to shoot. The winning team will win a La Sardina, the overall winner with the best photo will win a Diana F+. This year the fun kicks off at 11.30am from the Jubilee Gardens next to the London Eye.

There are still some spaces left so brush down your cameras and visit the NUPS website to find out how you can take part.

If you can’t get to London this Saturday fear not! You can go to the NUPS website or Facebook page to find out how to get involved and help keep photography alive!

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written by hannah_brown

2 comments

  1. buckshot

    buckshot

    Hmm... The 2011 debrief says "next year, exif data must also be submitted". So the hunt excludes analogue photography, right?

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  2. adamparkes

    The event is for all abilities and all equipment, especially analogue.
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