Find a Little Bit of Hong Kong is coming to the last stage. Thanks for sharing your version of Hong Kong cuisine, city traveler and greenery with us. This time, we would like to see your “Smiley Faces”!
You giggle at birthday parties! See your loved one, you smile! As a lomographer, you bring a camera with you everywhere you go and you must capture every moment of “ JOY”! We would love it if you shared those moments with us!
Date : 22nd February– 4th March, 2011
How to submit: Upload your photos in the lab, and click Add Photos on this post.
Winners’ photos will be shown at “Lomography Times Square Hong Kong”- exhibition. This will be the biggest exhibition ever for Lomography Hong Kong. What’s more? Winners can also win a Limited Edition Sprocket Rocket! If you didn’t win our limited edition camera in the past 3 rounds, make sure you don’t miss the last chance this time!
3 winners will be chosen for each stage of the competition. Winners will be chosen by best photos submitted for each stage and will win the below prizes:
Grand Prize: Limited Edition Sprocket Rocket, Lomography X-Pro Slide 200 35mm (2 packs), Folio Bag White, Limited Edition Tote Bag
1st Runner-up: Diana Mini White, Diana Flash+ White, Lomography Color Negative 400 35mm (2 packs)
2nd Runner-up: Fisheye No.2 White, Lomography Color Negative 400 35mm
We asked you to share with us your vision of "home" to be in with the chance of winning vinyl copy of Home Counties by Saint Etienne and a Lomo'Instant Marrakesh. Read on the see who we picked as the final three winners in this colourful competition!
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You stocked up on film and have just come back from a great holiday with a full bag of films. Now all you need to do is process them all! We've got that covered with our super-duper LomoLab online service. Simply post your films to us and we'll do the rest for you! Find out details here.
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Photography as a medium evolved more than just as a way of documenting and capturing real life. It became an avenue for creation and release of fiction. In Erika Zolli's photography, she translates her cognitions into surreal images.
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