Remember when we told you about a thing called the Worldwide Moment? Well now they are giving away a Lomography Diana Mini camera to the top three analogue photographs taken during the Worldwide Moment! Read after the jump for more info.
October 10th is just around the corner so are you guys prepared for the World Wide Moment? You should be, as this is a once-in-a-lifetime event that’s sure to be talked about by generations to come! If that wasn’t enough, the group is also giving away a Lomography Diana Mini to three lucky Lomographers, so you better bring your A-game!
Photo must be taken at the correct moment: October 10 at 10:10am Greenwich Mean Time.
Photo must be uploaded to WWM website by Friday October 22, 2010 at 11:59 pm Eastern Time / 3:59 am GMT.
Photo must be tagged “Lomography” on Worldwide Moment website photo uploader.
Winners will be determined by Worldwide Moment and Lomography judges and notified of their achievement via email by November 1st, 2010.
Our featured lomographer is a doll maker from Romania who takes inspiration from fairy tales and dreams. Get to to Oana, or @melanispixe in the Lomography community, in this Newcomer of the Week interview.
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