The supermarket is an explosion of different colours and patterns. Perfect subjects for a Lomograph, yes?
Carrying your shopping basket, roaming around the supermarket … there are plenty of photogenic things that you can find there. Lined up neatly in different colours, the labeled cans, boxes, tubes, fruits, and bottled grocery items make a delicious wall of patterns! If you’ve been secretly taking pictures in supermarket aisles, snapping from the shopping cart or basket (there are a few establishments that prohibit picture-taking – but we know you’re quite the rebellious type!) why not share with us your supermarket shots?
Prize(s): 5 Piggies for 5 Winners, and the winners will receive a special award badge pinned straight to their LomoHomes
Film/Camera Type: Any analogue photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated
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