Where else can you get unlimited uploads, free swag and an unbelievably tight community? Only here in Lomography!
Ready to share your freshly taken lomographs with the rest of the World?
Well, with Lomography.com's new Lab uploading, sharing and organizing your ever growing picture collection has never been easier.
Here’s the deal:
Easy free & unlimited photo upload
Organize your photos into neat albums to make your very own lomohome the perfect showcase.
Add tags, titles and other metadata to give more information about your shots to your adoring fans too!
Let others know which camera and film you used and where you took the photos. This way the chances of them appearing in one of our collections also increases.
To make things even better, uploading pays off right away!
We are giving out 5 piggies worth 5 USD/EUR/GBP to everyone that uploads at least 30 photos until 18.06.10!
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