Today’s your last chance for the ‘I Like This’ photo frenzy, as we are picking the seven lucky winners of 75 whopping Piggy Points soon!
Just a few more hours to Like those photos and we’re giving out 75 Piggies to 7 Lucky Winners! It’s almost time to find out who shared some of their LomoLove to the community in the past few days! Competition ends today at 12MN CET so be sure to squeeze some more likes if you haven’t done so!
Here are some important details on how you could stand a chance to win those coveted Piggies, just enough to buy you a new Diana Mini or snag a few rolls of the brand-new * Lomography X-Pro Slide Film - 120 you’ve been eyeing!
Competition: Top 50 Most Liked Photos
We’ve decided to stage a competition in spirit of admiration! Vote for your 50 favourite photos on the Lomography site between now and 7th April to earn yourself the chance to win 75 Piggies. Each Piggy is worth 1 USD/ EUR/ GBP on our online shop
How to Enter
Between now and 7th April browse the Lomography site and vote for your 50 favourite photos by selecting the I Like This button below all images. Browse over the photo sections, your friends homes or hit the endless photowall . Photos you have Liked before this time do not count. Deadline 7th April 2010.
Mechanics in Bullet Points:
You should like photos all around the Lomography.com website
Everbody liking more then 50 shots over the next week is entered into our pool
Out of these users we are randomly selecting our winners!
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