Official kickoff rumble Lomography The Netherlands! We’d like to welcome the Dutchies to our Lomography family by starting up an easy peasy Facebook rumble for all (Dutch) Lomographers. Winning price: a sweet “Love is in the air” Diana Mini camera!
Are you dutch and do you feel like winning a Love is in the air Diana Mini camera? Just follow the two easy steps below and you might have the perfect Valentine present for your sweetie pie (or yourself of course)! To all non-dutch contestants – the most creative “Love is…” slogan will win 15 piggies!
Second, change your personal Facebook status to: @Lomography The Netherlands Ik wil dolgraag een Diana Mini “Love is in the Air” camera winnen – Liefde is … (and finish the “Liefde is…” slogan!)
Note: your status update must appear on the Lomography The Netherlands Facebook page so that we know you’re in the running to win a Diana Mini Valentine’s Special. For this to happen, be sure you start your status with typing @ and select our FB page!
That’s it, so easy! We’ll be announcing the one lucky winner this Monday February 7th at 1pm DUTCH time (CET). Good luck to you all.
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