They say a picture is worth a thousands words, but what about triple exposure photo? We challenge Vietnam to conjure up and share with us the most action packed photos we’ve ever known! Details after the jump!
You’ve probably heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Its yet to be proven scientifically, but I think we all know that it’s an undeniable fact. Every picture is a moment from a story – and no story should ever be left untold.
In a vivid city, like Vietnam, there’s bound to be millions of stories just floating around. How about the time you spent the night in a junk boat floating in the middle of Halong Bay? Or the time you cycled through the beautiful Mekong Delta with your friends? Instead of letting your analogue snaps collect dust, you should share them with the Lomography community!
If you haven’t guessed it, we are challenging you to a Vietnam Rumble! However, there’s a twist. We want to see you play with multiple exposures (but not limited to). If a picture is worth a thousands words, then a triple exposure snap must be worth three thousand! Let’s see your double, triple or quadruple exposures of Vietnam!
Submit your photos into our growing exhibition of the world! I think we can all agree that there is no better way to share Vietnam’s best kept secrets than in analogue. Grab your camera and explore Vietnam like never before. And don’t you worry, you’ll be placing your pictures in good hands. After all, they’ll be used to showcase one of the most fascinating cities in the world. We’ve got big plans for these photos – but that’s going to be left a secret for now. If you want to know more, keep reading for our special features of Vietnam.
- Film/Camera Type: photos must be taken with analogue camera and not digitally enhanced or manipulated.
- Upload Limit: 20 photos. Remember that Lomographs linked in the comment box aren’t considered as official entries, only those that are found in the Submissions area.
- Photos must be taken within Vietnam
- Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
- Meta data must be completed (location, camera, film, location & three tags)
We’re looking forward to your submissions!
PS: Be sure not to overexpose your film by shooting too many snaps in bright light.