This rumble got you into a wild spinning frenzy with the Spinner 360 – the much-talked about 35mm camera that spins 360 degrees in its own axis! With tons of tricks and techniques to try, we’re sure you had a grand time doing a little wider-than-wide panoramic shots. On to the top five winners!
With the Spinner 360° causing a spinning frenzy all over the world, we were curious as to how you spin. Do you like the Group Hug technique? The Backflip? The Timescan? Or perhaps you discovered some of your own tricks? Let’s take a look at the top five Spinners for this rumble!
For our winners, please head on to our new Member’s Benefits FAQ section for queries on Piggy Points and further information. Congratulations and thank you for continuously supporting our rumbles!
We teamed up with Harper Collins to offer you the chance to win an Abandoned Places book and a Fisheye 2. We had many amazing "architecture" themed entries and the Lomography UK team found it very hard to choose the final five.
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