LHSA Fan of the Week Winners

Feb 21, 2019  By Richard Rejino

image by @ulkachauhan

Congratulations to our 2019 Fan of the Week winners!

You too can be a FOW winner! We encourage everyone to enter your images in one of three ways: by uploading a photo that depicts the monthly theme directly to our Facebook page, or sharing them on Instagram using #LeicaSociety. Winners get their photos shared on our website and social media channels.

You have until midnight ET every Sunday to enter to be that week’s Fan of the Week. Every Tuesday, we will announce the previous week’s winner and share the winning photo with our community.

January 2019 Winners (Cold)

February 2019 Winners (Romance)

March 2019 Winners (Shadows)

April 2019 Winners (Movement)

May 2019 Winners (Mother Figures)

June 2019 Winners (Reflections)

July 2019 Winners (Summer Silhouettes)

August 2019 Winners (Summer Sunrise/Sunset)

September 2019 Winners (Fêtes & Festivals)

October 2019

November Winners 2019 (Hands)

December 2019 Winners

January 2020 Winners (self-portrait)

February 2020 Winners

March 2020 Winners

April 2020 Winners

May 2020 Winners

June 2020 Winners

July 2020 Winners

August 2020 Winners (Music)

September 2020 Winners

October 2020 Winners

December 2020 Winners (Patterns)

January 2021 Winners

Richard Rejino
Richard is the Executive Director of LHSA - The International Leica Society and a part-time professional photographer. He is also a classically trained pianist, writer and published author. His book, "What Music Means to Me" is available from Hal Leonard Corporation.


How do I find out what the theme for the week is?

    We post it on social media and we send it out on our bi-monthly emails. Let us know if you’re on our list.

      Thank you very much, Richard! I checked the Facebook page and found it. I have shared an image to the theme on Instagram. 🙂

      Dear Richard,
      How do I post a photo to the Fan of the Week if I am not on any social media?
      All The Best,
      Troy Hoehne

        Troy, unfortunately, the FOW is designed to grow our Instagram and Facebook audiences. We don’t have a way to consider photos that are not posted to social media. I will bring it up for discussion, though.

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