Recebemos diversas dicas de lomógrafos durante a semana. Mas um se destacou! Quer descobrir essa fantástica dica? Leia aqui!
É bem difícil escolher apenas uma “Dica da semana”, já que recebemos diversas dicas incríveis todos os dias. Todavia, uma dessas nos chamou a atenção.
A regra final da Lomografia e talvez a mais importante é a que diz sobre a liberdade e criatividade que devemos ter ao fotografar. Ela está sempre escrita nas lojas e produtos da Lomography: “10 › Don’t worry about any rules.”
Nossa “Dica da semana” vai para: adam_g2000 por seu artigo Shooting with Expired Film! Você ganhou 10 piggies! Seu artigo foi muito informativo, e eu aposto que nossos membros lomógrafos adoraram e com certeza vão usar suas dicas.
Do you want your article to be recognized as Tipster of the Week and earn 10 Piggies? Keep submitting your articles! Meanwhile, you can check our Requested Posts for March.
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