Rich black and white photographs always carry an air of mystery in them. And we are making them even more puzzling with our little guessing game.
One can always rely on black and white films for photographs with classic and timeless appeal. Usually, these images also hold an enigmatic mood that’s truly breathtaking. Take a look at these three lomographs taken using various Ilford films:
Are you ready to uncover the three mysterious tags that accompany each of the photographs? Read on for the details:
Above are three Lomographs in which you have to guess three (3) tags for each. Be crazy or be safe, just give us three tags you think each Lomograph has!
Join by putting your guesses on the comment box below. Label your answers according to the photo number. (Example: 1. guitar, close-up, strings 2. smile, love, hair 3. trees, shadows, veins)
The first Lomographer who can give three correct tags for any of the photos will receive 10 Piggies.
If ever nobody gets the right tags, a random rumble contestant will be chosen and will still receive said Piggies.
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