Lomography arrived in Peru! Lomography Dosis is the first photographic tour & contest in Lima.
Come and join the community, upload photos and win a surprise prize. And join the lomographic bar tour on 2nd of October.
Dear Peruvian lomographers,
we know that you are no couch potatoes who would spend their evenings just at home. So for your next evening out, don’t forget to take your Diana F＋, Colorsplash, Diana Mini, Fisheye or other lomographic camera and start flashing, colorsplashing, doubling, long exposures…
Then you have 1 month to upload your colorful pictures to the Facebook fansite of Zerai. So don’t be shy, and show us silly smiles, funny faces, people dancing salsa or cumbia, or just sharing a bottle of wine! Shot as much as you can and show us how fun your parties are (don’t drink too much or you might forget your Lomography camera or your wallet!!!).
With a little luck you’ll win lomographic goodies! (small sidenote: the more photos you shoot, the better your chances are!)
Want to try out new cameras or meet-up with other lomographers?
Join the photographic tour at 2nd of October. We won’t only receive introduction to lomography & tips and tricks, we also offer you special prices on films. Please RSVP under firstname.lastname@example.org
So what are you waiting for? Let’s start shooting!
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