The picture that will represent Lomography San Francisco has been chosen!
Holy smokes! When we put this competition out we did not expect to get this many submissions. You world trekking Lomographers sure know how to capture this photogenic city of ours!
There were so many amazing photographs to choose from and it was a pleasure to look through all of them! We wanted to pick each and every one, but unfortunately out of all the hundreds of submissions we can only choose one.
So the winner is….
Hhjm is our winner with their hazy and trippy double exposed Holga shot of the Golden Gate Bridge.
This suitably foggy shot will now represent the San Francisco Gallery Store until we get our logo from headquarters. Thanks for all the wonderful and amazing submissions we look forward to seeing more of your photographs in the very near future!
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