Lomography competitions give you the opportunity to win glittering prizes, scoop up shop vouchers, earn some exposure, gain everlasting fame on our website and in our magazine – and even just an excuse to get excited, and show off your best shots. Additionally, all competitions now serve as qualifying rounds to enter our Ten and One - Annual Lomography Awards
What are our categories?
What are our categories?
Action Photography: The Adrenaline Junkies Award
Black & White: The Monochrome Award
Documentary & Travel Series: The Breaking Boundaries Award
Experimental Photography: The Trial & Error Award
Instant Photography: The Now or Never Award
Nature Photography: The Off The Grid Award
New Perspectives: The Game Changers Award
Portraiture: The Human Stories Award
Street Photography: The Urban Explorers Award
Moving Image: The Cinematics Award
Finally, every year we will add one special category to this list, that will change every year. For 2016, it is:
Identity and Migration
How can I join?
If you have a Lomohome, any picture from it can be uploaded directly from your Lomohome archive to the Competition post. If you don’t have a Lomohome yet, don’t worry – you can register for one here or submit a photo without registering, via email! We are also working on a submission system that will make it easier to submit in future rounds.
What can I win?
We’re preparing a huge mountain of prizes for this year, worth over 20K! Up for grabs: a one week residency at the Lomography HQ, the finest Lomography cameras, and on-going supply of film for a year, additional shop vouchers, and much, much more.
How does the voting work?
Our jury panel will include a selection of trusted Lomographers from the community, some very special guests from the photo industry and press, as well as members of our own staff. They will be pouring through every single submission, and will collectively select favourites. From this pool, the final winners will be chosen through an internal discussion between the judges!
Black and white photographs will never go out of style, so does a classic photography lens. To celebrate the arrival of the chrome-plated Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens, we're calling all portrait photographers to share their monochrome masterpieces taken with any Lomography Art Lens.
Noise Pollution is a collaboration with Singapore's Swee Lee Music Company. For this analogue competition, we invite you to cast the spotlight on urban scenes which depict the busyness of our cities, usually accompanied by city noise that we are all familiar with.
Have you ever stopped to look twice at a crack on a pavement and think of how it resembles a face? This phenomenon is called pareidolia, which causes people to interpret random objects as familiar patterns.