Saving up some piggies for your next purchase? Stand an easy chance to earn 5 Piggies by filling out a simple quote about why you love analogue photography!
Do you love analogue photography for the unexpected turnout of your photos, from vignettes to light leaks? Or shooting organically with film makes you feel fuzzy and nostalgic? Whatever the reason is for your love of all things analogue, we’d love to hear what they are! And to start the year right, we’re giving you an easy 5 Piggy giveaway by simply answering this quote:*
“I love Analogue Photography because ______________”
Simply submit your answer via commenting on this post, and we’ll award you with 5 delectable Piggy Points straight to your LomoHome. Oink oink!
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We’re accepting all your answers until Sunday, January 13th.
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