Werde Teil unseres Lomography Gallery Store Cologne: Unser feiner Store in Köln soll nun auch endlich seine eigene Visitenkarte bekommen. Was wir dafür noch brauchen ist euer schönstes Foto von Köln.
Unser Laden in Köln ist endlich offen! Hurra!
Damit wir diese Neuigkeit in die ganze Welt hinaustragen können fehlt uns noch eine kleine feine Visitenkarte. Viele Leute fragen schon danach und wir möchten dieser Bitte natürlich gerne nachkommen.
Hier kommt ihr ins Spiel: Wir möchten euch die Möglichkeit geben Teil unseres Ladens zu werden indem euer Foto unsere Visitenkarte ziert.
Was ihr dafür tun müsst: Reicht eure besten 5 Köln Fotos zu diesem Wettbewerb ein und vielleicht seid ihr dann schon bald unsere Visitenkarte.
Preis: Der Gewinner ziert ab sofort unsere Lomography Gallery Store Cologne Visitenkarte.
Film/Kamera Typ: Erlaubt ist analoges Material jeglichen Ursprungs (keine digitalen Manipulationen).
Upload Limit: 5 Fotos
Minimale Abmessungen: Da dein Foto gedruckt wird braucht es mindestens folgende Maße: 7 × 10cm, 300 dpi, 800KB
Meta-Daten müssen vollständig sein. (Kamera, Film, Location und drei Stichwörter (tags))
Schaut doch mal bei uns vorbei: Lomography Gallery Store Cologne
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