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At Spex Pistols we love photography. We love taking photographs of our customers when they find the perfect frame. We also love working with our photographer friends to create campaigns. And if you’ve ever visited the shop you’ll know that we also love collecting vintage cameras.
So, we had an idea. To celebrate our love of taking photos and our favourite time of year…we're running an Autumn photo competition.
We’d love you to tag us (@spexpistols) in your Autumn spex pictures and use the hashtag #spexpistolsautumn. We’ll be sharing the pictures and featuring them on our website.
We hate rules so there are just a couple of guidelines - 1. Your photo should celebrate Autumn and 2. It should include something spex related.
This competition is open to everyone. We've even given it a go with the help of our photographer friend @burnt_bongo...
We have an incredible prize for the winner. A vintage Polaroid ‘Button’ instant camera with film, Polaroid book and a Spex Pistols' tote bag. The ‘Button’ is the updated version of the Polaroid 1000 series.
We can’t wait to see your creations! Good Luck!
Please remember that if your instagram account is private, we won’t be able to see your post under the hashtag. If you do not wish to make your account public, just send us a private message with your entry and we’ll save it.
Terms and Conditions
The competition opens 22/10/20 and closes 11.59pm 5/11/20. Winner will be selected and announced by 12/11/20. Sharing and tagging of images under the hashtag spexpistolsautumn gives Spex Pistols permission to share your image (crediting you) on their social media channels and website.
The prize is one vintage polaroid instant camera, including one box of film, a vintage polaroid book and a tote bag. The prize is non-exchangeable.
Image of cameras - Chloe Sidey Photography
Image of Students - @burnt_bongo
Image of prize and camera - Richard Cook