Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Happy Holidays!




We're giving away four cameras with films! Just post a link of your favorite lomo photo that you've personally taken and explain why you love that photo. We'll be selecting four people to receive cameras. Happy Holidays, everyone! =)

Prizes:
Underwater Camera 35mm
Pink Plush Camera 35mm

Deadline: December 20


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Thank you for your entries! The photos chosen can be viewed here. Thanks and Happy Holidays to everyone!

16 comments:

Lisa Ameera said...
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Zoe said...

My favourite picture i have taken so far with my Diana F+ is of this monkey i saw at 'Monkey World' in the West Midlands.
It makes me laugh everytime i see his 'ooohh' face! :-)


http://www.lomography.com/homes/zoezo/photos/11952563

pai espina said...
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pai espina said...

http://www.lomography.com/homes/skyfish/albums/1655221-happiness-is-a-warm-gun/photos/12178570


I love this photo because this was taken at the oldest street in the Philippines- Colon Street. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colon_Street]

Rich with Philippine history, Colon Street has has witnessed a lot from the Spanish Colonization up until now where it is known as the center for commerce and business in Cebu. [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibmkcIa5o3Q] Every day, you'll see different people from all walks of life. It's always jam packed! [ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sS3jal1tq8&feature=related] Behind the man in the picture is an old movie house- Colonade. It's still operating using the old fashion way of film. There are elements in a lomo photo that makes me like it even more-- electric/lamp posts, old rundown buildings, people walking, busy roads and old jeepneys.
This one's a memorable photo for me because Colon has always been close to me. I always liked roaming around for cheap finds! YAY!

Toni Tralala said...

I would join but I have no idea where to buy a lomo camera here in Los Angeles. :(

tsoisum2 said...

I am considering buying dianaf+ , but I duno where can i print the film ...can u tell me where ?

syk_man_hicarofs said...

Lego man
http://www.lomography.com/photos/search/lego%20man/12281612

I took photos of my old toys and this stood out. It's an old Lego man, kinda looks like a space man that landed in another planet. I like this one because, I didn't know it would turn out nice. I just point then shoot, point then shoot, point then shoot..... You'll never know how a photo would look like until its developed.

@ tsoisum2

Try Digiprint! =)

Danaaa said...

here's my photo :D

http://www.lomography.com/homes/danaaabananaaa/photos/12297615

I was walking around Boni and people stare as I took pictures of random things that caught my spirit.

peoplerweird said...

Here is my favorite lomo photo I took.

http://www.lomography.com/homes/oufieroc/photos/12302477

This is the end of Route 66 on the Santa Monica Pier in CA. I like this photo because I was not expecting to come out as it did (it came out better!), its a bit off-center and I like the way the sun shines in. It reminds me of sunny southern CA, I took it right before I moved from there, so it seems fitting.

AroundtheWorldIn190Bites said...

http://www.lomography.com/homes/tjbatgirl/photos/868002

Ok ok- so heres the deal- I like this picture because to me its the epitome of California- lights... flair and palm trees! Need I say more? I guess what I thought came out well (a lucky surprise) was the wierd double-exposure. P.s. I love my fisheye camera- to see the world as a 'fish' looking out of a gold-fish bowl is a true delight!

Mat-Greg said...

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_m_yxfkI-WNQ/TL3RkjBKtBI/AAAAAAAAAIE/5pJb-mPWsPU/s1600/henderson2.jpg


There is such a dream like quality with this image. As though you are beginning to wake and the scene is slowly fading. Its mysterious and dark, but brings my mind back to happier times, and memories that I more write than remember.

Diana+ & Ilford HP5 b&w

Stan said...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/48854223@N02/4481268288/in/set-72157625296194965/

Not sure if this will still count, but i would still like to share this picture. I took this in boracay with my girlfriend's Holga 135. I was really amazed with how it turned out because i actually opened the back without fully winding the film. Thus the over exposed left side. Talk about Beautiful mistake :)

Stan said...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/48854223@N02/4481268288/in/set-72157625296194965/

Not sure if this will still count, but i would still like to share this picture. I took this in boracay with my girlfriend's Holga 135. I was really amazed with how it turned out because i actually opened the back without fully winding the film. Thus the over exposed left side. Talk about Beautiful mistake :)

syk_man_hicarofs said...

who were the lucky 4 who got the cameras?

Mat-Greg said...

I, too, am curious. Who were the winners? I saw some great images, for sure. :)

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