Good news – we’re extending submissions for our series of Grand Multilens Rumbles and SamplerStories until June 8, 2009!
Now here’s some good news right smack for the weekend: we’re extending the Multilens Rumbles and SamplerStory until July 8, 2009 (due on publish time) We know some people had hiccups with uploading, or couldn’t find that book-publish worthy photo in their LomoArchive so we’re giving you until Monday to submit your entries (for those who haven’t yet!)
The links to the extended rumbles are the following for your reference:
Also, we request those who already submitted entries to the SamplerStory to re-enter their photo and texts to ensure your chances of getting in the book! Check out the SamplerStory instructions and other pertinent details on our page for the SamplerStory for our Grand Multilens Book – we raised the upload limit to 3 for those who had problems with their story uploads.
For those submitting to the SamplerStory, please also accomplish the following data to the tag:
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