We’ve just reached the 500,000 likes milestone in Facebook! Take part in this historic occasion as we hold a little contest to get your shot on our cover page!
For today, it’s your monochrome photos’ time to be on the spotlight! Pick your best black & white shot, and submit to get a chance to get not just 15 minutes, but 24 hours of Lomographic fame! The lucky winner will have his/her photo chosen as the Photo of the Day (which comes with a special badge and 5 Piggies), and also featured along with his/her Lomohome as our Facebook’s cover page, which is seen daily by almost half a million people all over the globe! How’s that for exposure? Submit your photo today!
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