It’s back to school time here at Lomography and you know what that means – school portraits!
Forget about those regrettable haircuts and unfortunate morning-of zits, this time your school portrait is in YOUR hands with the create your own school portrait rumble! Grab a funky backdrop, a blank wall, any props you see fit and say CHEESE – this year you’re in control, so show us what you got!
Here are the details:
Only 5 submissions per person (so pick your best!)
All photos must be taken with an analogue camera (no Photoshop!)
Minimum photo dimensions: 1800 pixels
You have until October 3rd to submit
15 Piggies for the winner
5 piggies each for two runners up
Let’s go Lomography class of 2011 – let’s shoot some portraits that will last a lifetime!
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