The My Life in Analogue competition has come to an end, but we still want to see your rad analogue photography.
The competition has come to an end, but the My Life in Analogue series continues. We want you to keep sharing your rad analogue photography.
Huck was knocked off our feet by the avalanche of incredible analogue photography that streamed into our offices when we launched the My Life in Analogue competition last year. We were inundated with images from Dubai to Panama City, Copenhagen to Cambodia. The range of styles was remarkable and we received gritty skate snaps, darkroom alchemy, dreamlike travel shots and loads of awesome street photography.
After a little break while we got our shiny new website sorted, My Life in Analogue is back. We will continue showcasing the best entries from the competition and inviting new submissions from our readers all over the world.
But first we need to tie up the competition. All of those who submitted were entered into a random prize draw to win a heap of swag from Lomography, including new cameras. The winners were Sam Bush & Luke Overin. Congratulations!
The number of entries and the quality was amazing. Unfortunately we couldn’t give everybody their own folio on the site. For everyone who we didn’t have space to feature, we’ve got one image per person in the gallery above. Thanks again to everybody who entered. Click the i in the bottom left corner of the gallery to reveal the caption.
My Life in Analogue continues! If you’d like to be featured send a folio of 10 analogue images to firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line MY LIFE IN ANALOGUE. We look forward to seeing your work!