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You’re already enjoying the much improved Lomography Beta site that we have been updating over the last few weeks! With added features such as the very cute-sy avatars, new homes and photos it is not the easiest thing to log out. If you need yet another excuse to stay online then you might want to consider uploading some more photos!

You’re already enjoying the much improved Lomography Beta site that we have been updating over the last few weeks! With added features such as the very cute-sy avatars, new homes and photos it is not the easiest thing to log out. If you need yet another excuse to stay online then you might want to consider uploading some more photos!

We are currently looking for your best shots taken with the following two films:

Lomography CN 400 (35mm, 400 iso)

Lomography B&W100 (120, 100 iso)

Upload any picture to your home and mark them with the correct meta information. Already uploaded? Well then its time for you to mark the meta data so that others can find your shots! Just in case you missed it, the only way that your shots will show up on photos , our newest tools for finding the best Lomographs online, is if you fill in the meta data. That would be camera name, film name, location and a tag or two.

We might give out 10 piggies to the Lomographer that has uploaded the most photos with meta information, the Lomographer that has written the most comments and the Lomographer that has rated the most pictures in a couple of days. Just a hint :) Now go on then, start uploading!

written by fookshit on 2009-02-09 #news #rumble #lomography-collor-negative-400 #lomography-black-and-white-100

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3 Comments

  1. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    What is the correct taging for the Lomo b&w film? I wrote it "Lomography B&W Film (120, 100 iso)" but doesn't appear in the search section of films... But there is a "Lomography Lomography B&W Film", should we write twice the name Lomography???
    I've got some difficulties to know how to write eaxctly the name of the films used, could there be a general model of it...?

  2. mephisto19
    mephisto19 ·

    i have no new shots with lomo 120 b&w.... only the ones i already submitted to film reviews... do i have to submit them again?

  3. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    I've bought lomography b&w, but not tested it yet.

    No time, awfull weather, but I will use it soon (hope it won't be too late, I'm no as fast as vicuna, lol).

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