Singapore is the land where where modernity and tradition meet head on! What better way to show this than through a Lomography rumble?
There’s been much fuss lately about conserving Singapore’s old places like Bukit Brown and Old School. We invite all Singaporeans to show us this schizophrenic side of the country by clashing the old and the new!
The possibilities are endless! How about some traditional dishes and high-end gastronomy…in the same meal?! Or a 200-year-old colonial shophouse right next to a 60 storey skyscraper? Try multiple exposures, half frames, whatever! Feel free to go wild!
Prizes: One 1st prize winner of 15 Piggies, 5 runners-up winning 5 Piggies each
Film/Camera Type: Any kind of film / analogue camera can be used (nothing should be digitally enhanced or manipulated)
Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768 px in either width or height; No visible borders or watermarks, etc.
Upload limit : 5 submissions per Lomographer
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