Pareidolia Winners


Imagine seeing a smiley face form on surface of a tree or an image of a beagle on a pile of clothes. This psychological phenomenon is called pareidolia wherein people interprets random objects as familiar patterns. Here's how lomographers interpret our latest Game Changers challenge.

Grand Prize Winner:

Credits: blankface1104

Here's what the jury has to say about this photo:

Eyes wide open and mouth gaping, this shot by @blankface1104 makes it seem like the plant suddenly gained the ability to talk!


Credits: sonjay, liveshooter, gakurou, peter_po, stratski, srcardoso, lominido, srcardoso, carsten-schmitt & guja

More Photos from the Submission Box:

Credits: peter_po, vicuna, auratus, vicuna & gakurou

See more submissions here.

Lomographer @blankface1104 will get a voucher worth 50 EUR for the Lomography online shop while the runners-up will receive 15 piggies each. All winners qualify for the year-end Ten And One - Annual Lomography Photo Awards under the "Game Changers" category.

Visit the Competitions section for more exciting photography challenges.

2017-08-18 #news #competition #competitions #ten-and-one #july-2017-competitions


  1. icequeenubia
  2. srcardoso
    srcardoso ·

    This competition is so funny :-)

  3. blankface1104
    blankface1104 ·

    Everyone's imagination is great!!

  4. sonjay
    sonjay ·

    This one was great :)

  5. lomografin
    lomografin ·

    Brilliant! I only just heard the name for this phenomena recently and discovered that it's more likely to happen if you're a neurotic. I've been seeing stuff that isn't there my whole life! :-)

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