Charismatic Portraits Shot with Lomography Black & White Film Rumble

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There is a subtle unique characteristic about a black and white photo that has it’s own beauty! We would like to see your favorite portraits shot with any of our Lomography Black and White films. Make sure it illustrates the character you are portraying! Read on to find out how to win!

Photo Via: shanefester

Let your imagination flow as you travel back in time and get inspired by your favorite black and white poster, and capture the most charismatic portraits of yourself or your muses!

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Share with us your most admired analog, black and white photos that you have recently taken or even a special analog photo from the past that has captured the characteristics of yourself, family or your friends!

Photo Via: kimonophoto

Win some piggies for your last minute shopping! Need some inspiration? Take a look at the gallery we have prepared!

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  • Prize(s): 2 winners of 5 Piggies.
  • Prize(s): 1 winner of 10 Piggies.
  • Upload Limit: 7 Photos
  • Must use any of the Lomography Black and White films
  • Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height
  • Meta data must be filled out (camera, film, location & 3 tags)

Lomography’s Earl Grey is an exquisite black and white 35mm ISO 100 film that will surely give your shots an extra dose of style and class. Whether you’re taking landscapes or portraits, you will get jaw-dropping results with Earl Grey super-fine grain and wide tonal range. See our selection of Lomography films here.

Lomography’s Lady Grey is a lovely black and white 35mm ISO 400 film that will add class and elegance to your photos. For capturing action and great low-light shots, Lady Grey is your best bet. See our selection of Lomography films here.

written by jeanettelee on 2012-02-29 #news #competition #black-and-white #rumbles #portraits


  1. earlybird
    earlybird ·


  2. xxxanderrr
    xxxanderrr ·

    haha, this is awesome, like half the photos already submitted are taken on kodak b&w film =D
    man, when will people learn how to read

  3. laurasulilly
    laurasulilly ·

    Ah, damn, I only have Kodak and Ilford B&W shots, so I won't submit. Anyways, I think the latest portraits of @earlybird are just insane and would deserve to win (if I was to chose, hehe)

  4. ghidini
    ghidini ·

    eu nunca usei os filmes PB da Lomography, mas não tem problema, o que importa é competir. Sucesso

  5. ghidini
    ghidini ·

    @laurasulilly, @earlybird agree

  6. jeanettelee
    jeanettelee ·

    @xxxanderrr thanks!! Must use any of the Lomography Black and White films

  7. mikeydavies
    mikeydavies ·

    damn! my shots are all with xp2 :(

  8. fayeusokoi
    fayeusokoi ·

    oh... Sad to see this --> Must use any of the Lomography Black and White films. :(
    Good luck to others :D

  9. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    well... if you would add LOMO in the title of that rumble it would be more clear directly "... shot with LOMO B&W film...." because that is also what shows up in the direct submit box next to the photos...

  10. gelibee
    gelibee ·

    Hello everyone, thanks for pointing that out, just a gentle reminder to read the mechanics and submit photos taken by Lomography Black and White films! :) Thanks!! :)

  11. gregoriobruning
    gregoriobruning ·

    @ghidini, o Lady Grey é um ótimo filme!

  12. daitita
    daitita ·

    : )

  13. nadinadu
    nadinadu ·

    daaaaamn. i dont use lomo b&w film... really should start though :P

  14. nick_a_tron
    nick_a_tron ·

    Marketing marketing marketing.

  15. luba
    luba ·

    I'm so sorry, I wasn't attentive. Please, remove my photos from the competition, they were taken on Ilford.

  16. giovannidecarlo
    giovannidecarlo ·

    VIVA Lady Grey !

  17. luvives
    luvives ·

    done!! I'll cross my fingers!! ;)

  18. brittany
    brittany ·

    I have photos I would like to submit. I used Lomography B+W negative 100 film (before earl/lady grey came out)... But in the rules above it only mentions Earl Grey and Lady Grey... I imagine I can still submit them?? Since it still is a Lomo film??

  19. natalieerachel
    natalieerachel ·

    Crap....I just realized mine weren't Lomography film...

  20. paytenpurdy
    paytenpurdy ·

    haha! ^ me too. woops.

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