It’s LOMO LC-A week and we want to see the goods! For this LC-A Flash Rumble, we’re going to party like it’s 1984 so bring your dancing shoes as this is gonna be a blast!
What would an awesome party be without incredible, sometimes incriminating photos? We’ve all had those mind-blowing nights out but with zero photos to remember them by and that’s just sad! So from now on, why don’t you chain the LOMO LC-A to your hand so you can chronicle each party every step of the way? If you’ve already got party photos of your own, we want to see it! We want nothing but the best so only 1 upload per member. The best party animal gets 30 Piggies. Good luck!
Prize(s): 1 winner of 30 Piggies. Winner will receive a special award badge straight to their LomoHomes
Film/Camera Type: Any LOMO LC-A photo not digitally enhanced or manipulated. Please keep in mind our Party theme.
Upload Limit: 1 Photo
Minimum Photo Dimensions: Submissions must be at least 768px in either width or height.
Meta data must be completed (camera, film, location & 3 tags)
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