Think fast and click faster as it may well be over in a blink of an eye! Too late? It’s okay as we feature your best blinking masterpieces!
It always happens and is unavoidable in your Lomographic life. Someone will blink right in the middle of your photograph. This of course leads to a whole lot of frustration with the shot being ruined and all, but we mustn’t think like that! We still have to take care, observe and wait for a pleasant surprise when we get back our negatives from the lab. What’s waiting for you might be the funniest and most enjoyable photo you’ll ever take of your friends and family. So we dedicate the Blink of an Eye Rumble to our peers who are scared of the camera’s flash. Who snagged the win you say? Don’t blink as we show them here right now! Congrats!
For the winners, please head on to our new “Member’s Benefits FAQ section”: http://www.lomography.com/about/faq/piggy-points-and-contribution-publishing/how-do-i-earn-piggy-points for queries on Piggy Points and other benefits. Congratulations and thank you for continuously supporting our rumbles!
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