We’re inviting you to enter a very special rumble! We’re creating some new site features at the moment and we want your photos to add the cherry on top! Are you up for it?
Here’s what we are looking for…
Photos of people at work or working hard
Pictures involving the post office or parcels/letters
People reading the newspaper
People with photos
People in the shot next to a Lomowall
The top ten winners will be the photos with the most votes in the submissions page. All you need to do is to click on the “I like this photo” button! Aside from the fame and the fortune from your peers, the top ten winners will each receive 5 democratic Piggy Points, as an extra bonus. Sounds like fun?
Be sure to:
Submit a maximum of 10 photos
Any analogue camera is allowed for this rumble
Make sure that your images are at least 768 px either width or height
By submitting to this rumble you all Lomography.com the rights to use your pictures for promotional purposes
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