Black And White Film Photography Contest

best black and white pictures Black And White Film Photography Contest

best black and white pictures Black And White Film Photography Contest

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Entrants should provide details about photos: camera used, film, developed by (hopefully TheDarkroom.com), place, etc.

Want to win a sweet film camera from our Camera Bar?!  All you have to do is post one of your black & white film photos on your Facebook wall or on your Instagram.  Be sure to tag us, use the #TheDarkroomLab_BW18, explain the photo well in the caption, and tell us the film type, the camera used, and where you got it developed (hopefully The Darkroom!). *You are limited to one submission.  If multiple photos are posted we will only consider the first submission.

For over 40 years, we have developed literally millions of rolls of film and we still love it! Most of us have been doing it for a long time – A.J., Ronnie, Joe, Emmanuel, Aimee, Nancy, Chris, Glen, Keith, Jay, Cyrus, Philip – all with at least 10 years in the craft. We love cameras of all types, as well as the trippy, new films. The Darkroom… Lots of experience and lots of love!Learn more about The Darkroom.

1. Upload your FILM image to our Facebook wall – > Go to our Facebook Page Don’t forgot to like us.  2. Caption it – Tell us about the photo (processing, camera, subject…)

Black & White Photography – it’s complex, yet conveys emotion with ease.  It’s like the universal language of photography which is perfect since this contest is open to worldwide submissions.  We want to see black & white film photography that conveys emotion, that moves us, that tells a story like only a black & white photo can.   Portraits, candids, street, landscape, etc – if it’s black & white film, it counts!

1. Upload your FILM photograph to your Facebook wall or post to your Instagram page.    thedarkroomlab instagram.com/thedarkroomlab  thedarkroomlab facebook.com/thedarkroomlab

Valid only in the United States. Contest Ends – February 29, 2016 Winner(s) will be picked by our staff. Film submissions only. Judging criteria will be based on subject matter, composition and overall quality in adherence with the theme.

Each user is allowed one win, per person, once per six-month period. Photos submission can be used on The Darkroom website or contest promotions, and credit will be given to photographers where appropriate.

By entering, you are warranting that you own full rights to the photo, and you indemnify and hold The Darkroom harmless from any claims to the contrary. The Darkroom reserves the right to modify the rules of this contest should it be deemed necessary for clarification or other purposes.

By submitting your photo to the contest, you are agreeing to these terms and conditions.  

March 7, 2018 / By Trevor Lee / In Film Photography Contests

**For Facebook you will post on on your own page, tagging us in the caption, and since our wall is private you won’t see your post on our wall but you can see it in the “Visitor Posts” section.**

Our staff will pick up to 12 images from photo submissions and those finalists will be posted on Facebook and Instagram for all to like. The photo that receives the most combined likes will be the contest winner. The contest is for film images only. Judging criteria will be based on subject matter, descriptive caption/photo details, composition and overall quality in adherence to the theme. Photos submission can be used on The Darkroom website or contest promotions, and credit will be given to photographers where appropriate. By entering, you are warranting that you own full rights to the photo, and you indemnify and hold The Darkroom harmless from any claims to the contrary. The Darkroom reserves the right to modify the rules of this contest should it be deemed necessary for clarification or other purposes. By submitting your photo to the contest, you are agreeing to these terms.

January 9, 2016 / By admin / In Film Photography Contests,Photo Lab Blog

Since we’re opening our contests to the whole world, we wanted to reward our loyal customers as well so we made a Grand Prize category for The Darkroom Preferred customer.  A Darkroom Preferred customer is someone who has made an order in the past 6 months.  Any Darkroom Preferred customer that makes it into the top three will get to bump up a prize category.  So if you take 3rd, you can pick from the 2nd place cameras, 2nd, you can from the 1st, and if you take first, you can pick from the grand prize category!

There’s something awesome about black & white film. It’s classic, it’s beautiful – we could probably write a novel about our love for it. But we’re not writers, so we won’t do that. Instead, we’re dedicating our next contest to black & white photography – portraiture, street photography, landscapes, architecture, all of it. If it’s black & white film, it qualifies. Join us and share your favorite shots.

2. Caption it – Tell us about the photo (processing, film type, camera, subject…) Valid only in the United States. Contest Ends – April 28, 2017

Shot with a Mamiya RB67, Ilford Pan F Plus 50 film in San Clemente, CA.

Black and White Film Developing – With over 40 years of Black and White film developing, you can trust your 35mm and medium format black and white film to The Darkroom

2. Caption it – In the caption, tell us about the photo, where you’re from, the film and camera that captured it, and tag #TheDarkroomLab_BW18. Contest Ends – April 30, 2018

March 7, 2017 / By Trevor Lee / In Film Photography Contests

This contest will run March 9th through April 30, 2018, and is open worldwide! 

1. Upload your FILM photographs to our Facebook wall or post to your Instagram page.  Be sure to tag us and use the #TheDarkroomLab_BW17 hashtag.  thedarkroomlab instagram.com/thedarkroomlab  thedarkroomlab facebook.com/thedarkroomlab

We know you love shooting black and white film…it seems to convey emotions and feelings that are sometimes unexpected. We love it too, and are seeing more and more black and white film come through the lab for processing. Show us your B&W creative images that you’re proud of…and you could possibly win an amazing film camera for participating.

Our staff will pick 5-15 images from photo submissions, and those finalists will posted on Facebook and Instagram for users to like. The photo that receives the most likes will be the contest winner. Contest is for film images only. Judging criteria will be based on subject matter, composition and overall quality in adherence with the theme..

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For chance to win a sweet film camera from our Camera Bar all you have to do is post your black & white film photos on our Facebook wall or on your Instagram. Be sure to tag us, use the #TheDarkroomLab_BW17, explain the photo in the caption, and be sure to tell us the film type, camera used, and where you got it developed (hopefully The Darkroom!). Limit 3 film photo entries and must reside in The United States.

Our staff will pick up to 12 images from photo submissions and those finalists will be posted on Facebook and Instagram for all to like. The photo that receives the most combined likes will be the contest winner. Contest is for film images only. Judging criteria will be based on subject matter, descriptive caption/photo details, composition and overall quality in adherence with the theme. Photos submission can be used on The Darkroom website or contest promotions, and credit will be given to photographers where appropriate. By entering, you are warranting that you own full rights to the photo, and you indemnify and hold The Darkroom harmless from any claims to the contrary. The Darkroom reserves the right to modify the rules of this contest should it be deemed necessary for clarification or other purposes. By submitting your photo to the contest, you are agreeing to these terms.

Contest will run now through February 29, 2016.. Post up to three of your best film photography images on our Facebook wall for a chance to win a great prize!!!!

Black And White Film Photography Contest