Lomographers! There are so many of you, scattered all over the globe. Care to share with your Lomography friends just where exactly you call home (at least for now)? We hope to hear about lots of interesting meet-ups and snappy times now! Plus as promised, we’re dishing out Piggies by the lucky of the draw to those that have already made their location details public. Find out who you are!
Lomographers are quite an interesting bunch. Somewhere in the world right now you can be sure there is at least one fellow armed with an analogue camera, taking a shot from the hip. The community is growing by the minute and your friends want to know where you’re from! Go to your account settings, fill out your location details and make them public. Some you already have and as promised get a Piggy reward for your efforts! We have randomly pick out 10 people from 2 categories (country and city), to receive 10 Piggies each. Take note that our caches might need some time to update, so please be patient. They are on their way!
Here are the lists of the lucky users now 10 Piggies richer:
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