If you joined the competition which we ran together with The Beth Edges in November 2012, you must be itching to find out if your lomographs made it to the band’s music video. Check it out after the jump!
Last year, Lomography partnered with Vienna-based indie rock/pop band The Beth Edges and ran a competition calling all lomographers to submit their lomographs and LomoKino movies that best capture the essence of the band’s song “Colours Collide.” Months later in February 2013, the winners were finally announced, and now, we can all take a look at the vibrant doubles-inspired music video for the song, featuring some of the best submissions in the Lomography x The Beth Edges Colours Collide Rumble!
See if you can spot your colorful lomographs in the “Colours Collide” video below:
If you enjoyed watching the video and liked the music of The Beth Edges, you can check out the links below to find out more about them and their music!
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