Win One of Nine Lomography Cameras This Film Week

By Kat Hannaford on at

To help you get on your way to (re)discovering film photography, Lomography's donated a bunch of cameras to the Giz UK Film Week cause. Whether you keep them for yourself, or re-gift them as Chrimbo presents is up to you, but you'll definitely be wanting to enter the two following competitions:

 

Win One of Four La Sardina Cameras, Plus Fame, Fame Fame!

Enter the hallowed halls of history by entering our Lomography x Gizmodo UK photo rumble. We're looking for festive photos of Christmasses past, so dig around in your archives for an analogue photo that screams "festive" to you, and submit them to Lomography's website before this Sunday, the 11th of December. You can enter up to 10 photos, and your submission must be at least 768 pixels wide or high.

I'll be selecting the four winners, whose beautiful shots will be printed, mounted, and featured right here on Gizmodo UK, and also in Lomography's Soho London store gallery from the 12th - 31st December. A La Sardina Quadrat camera worth £99 will be the icing on top of your win. This competition is open to all countries.

 

Win an LC-A+; LomoKino or Sprocket Rocket Camera

Don't worry if you're a film novice and haven't got any analogue photos to hand -- you have a chance of winning the top prize of an LC-A+; the second prize of a LomoKino, or one of three runners' up prizes of a Sprocket Rocket. Each camera comes with film to get you on your merry way.

To enter, all you need to do is email gizmodoukmail@gmail.com (and put "Lomography competition" in the email subject), and tell us what you want to shoot most in the world. All entrants' email addresses will be added to Lomography's email newsletter, but you can unsubscribe if need be.

 

Bonus Prize

Because we really do want you to discover the joys of analogue, Lomography's giving all Giz UK readers £10 to spend on their online store. To get your 10 piggy points, sign up over here using this link.

Good luck!

This week we’re celebrating all things analogue on Gizmodo UK. Check out all our features here, along with exciting competitions!