Week 1 of the Lomography + Jones Soda Pop ’09 Competition – Show Us What Makes You POP!
Lomography + Jones Soda have teamed up to create the Pop '09 - Show Us What Makes you Pop! competition! All you need to do this week is Show Us the Things That Make You Pop – the things that make you smile, make you mad, make you go crazy! We want them all!
This week we’ll be choosing the best 10 photographs, with 3 getting the Grand Prize of their image on 15,000 bottles of Jones Soda along with a Lomo LC-A+ and a Pop 9 Camera and 7 runners up get the Pop 9 Camera!
So take a chance and POP those shutters!
Film/Camera Type: Any Film Camera!
10 picture upload limit, all submitted photos must be 300 dpi or 1600 in either width or height
By submitting your photos to this rumble, you allow Lomography.com and JonesSoda.com to use your submitted photos for promotional purposes and allow Jones Soda to print your photo on their products.
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