Share your film photography for a chance to win.
Share your love of film photography for a chance to win a Lomography camera and a folio on the Huck site.
To mark the release of The Documentary Photography Issue, we’ve teamed up with Lomography – purveyors of the finest, funnest point-n-shoot film cameras – for a month-long celebration of analogue stills.
In an age of digital overload, fuelled by selfies snapped on smartphones and instantly Instagrammed lives, there’s something strangely cathartic about the time it takes for a roll of film to develop into the image you think you took. Which is why Lomography has evolved into a global force since launching in the early-1990s, when a group of Viennese students first stumbled on a LOMO LC-A camera and started hosting exhibitions to share their love of film. Today, The Lomographic Society International is a half-million-strong community of photographers who share their analogue lens on life through workshops, meet-ups and galleries online.
If, like us, you’re still in love with the slow surprise of film, we want to hear from you. And we want to see your work!
To take part, simply submit a folio of your analogue photography – images that you feel capture a snapshot of your life – by following the instructions below. The best entries will be featured on the Huck site with three winners picked at random receiving a La Sardina – the latest customisable film camera from Lomography.
HOW TO ENTER:
Send a folio of 10 analogue images – anything shot on a film camera – to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: MY LIFE IN ANALOGUE.
Images must be submitted as 1940 x 1092 pixels in a zipped folder.
All folios must be received by December 20 for a chance to be featured online.