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The Lomography Hipshot Showdown: Hello, Autumn! Winners Announcement

Have a look at these glorious lomographs featuring the golden hues and lovely sights of autumn!

Part 3 of Brenda's Senior Portraits (I took a lot of photos of her, it turns out!)
Just a walk with Kiev 88
I love being on the road. I find a sense of freedom and relief from the mundanity of life and I feel closer and more connected to our vast world. Being on the road, I think, is the only thing that keeps me sane.
Some attempts at street photography
lomo photography
Bangkok’s Chinatown
Lunch at Congo Cafe
Memories of summer
Googlewood... being Android
Googlewood... being Android

A Beginner's Guide to Star Trail Photography

Let's call this an overview to the basics of star trail photography for beginners from the pros. These are a short collection of techniques I've read and learned from books and tutorials that I want to share with you.

How To Make Fake Light Leaks

This tipster is for those of us who don't owe cameras that do light leaks but would like to have something similar to that effect on our photos.

Making a Camera Lamp

So far we've had Tipsters using mounted film slides or broken cameras but never both at the same time. Well, there's always a first time for everything and today's the day!

Requested Posts for November 2013

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Analogue Portraiture by Nicolette Clara Iles

Young photographer Nicolette Clara Iles’ portfolio boasts of impressive portraits.

Lomopedia: Fujifilm TX-1

Another drool-worthy analogue beauty from Fujifilm, the sleek TX-1 is a panoramic rangefinder camera released by the Japanese camera maker in 1998. Aside from the outstanding panoramas it will let you take, there's one other reason you might want to put this camera in your wishlist. Find out after the jump!

tourist brochure  *for horses
tourist brochure  *for horses

Macro or Close-Up Lomography with DIY Lens

This is a no-cost way to get into macro photography. You only need a string, little tape, used up glasses, and a tripod. If you like to make surprising experiments with your analog darling, you've got to try it out!

Chinese New Year with Chinon ce4
A rare film, CDU II iso12
Nikon FM2
Nikon FM2
rain stop
colour me rad
I love Tungsten~~