We are happy to announce the newest feature on Lomography: the Endless Photo Wall – a collection of 12,000 of the most popular photos.
We are happy to announce the newest feature on Lomography: the Endless Photo Wall. It might not look that much different at first as you see 60 photos. But each click on “Load More Photos” loads 60 additional photos and adds them to the wall. So how many times can you click you might ask – well endless stops at 12,000, so after 199 clicks you come to an end… See the wall in action here:
Which leads us directly to a challenge: if you click through yourself through this big wall and come to the very last photo: be sure to leave a comment on that photo. Everyone who leaves a comment there gets 5 piggies – deadline is Sunday end of day (Hawaii time)!
So how is this wall created? Every day we take the 12,000 most popular photos, shuffle them and present them to you in sliced pieces. We’ve also added a preview function: to fit all photos in our grid we sometimes have to crop them. But as you know: Horizon shots or Diana shots don’t fit exactly in – but just move your mouse over a photo and you see a preview.
Please let us know what you think! And would you like to have a feature like this in your homes as well?
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