Grab your flashlight or crack open some glow sticks – it’s light painting time!
Long exposures has always fascinated me with Lomography. There’s a sense of uncertainty in determining if you exposed correctly – is it overexposed, underxposed, or as Goldilocks would say, just right? When you add in some lights however, things get a little crazy! Wings are added, messages are written and colors explode in every way imaginable. You do agree, don’t you? Show us your best attempts at painting with light in the vast canvas of the night and you’ll get the chance to win some Piggies!
Prize(s): 1 winner of 10 Piggies and 4 runners up who’ll get 5 Piggies each. All winners will receive a special award badge straight to their LomoHomes
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