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  • Call-Out for LomoMatrix Toronto Participants

    written by ashleyaang on 2012-05-07 in #events
    Call-Out for LomoMatrix Toronto Participants

    The time has come - Toronto is doing its own LomoMatrix! I know all of you analogue fans are itching to participate, and we're digging right into our Lomographic community to find you. If you've got a 35mm camera and interested in creating a masterpiece with the Lomography Canada team, then this is perfect for you!

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  • Lomography Canada Presents: Two and a Quarter

    written by lomography-to on 2012-05-03 in #events
    Lomography Canada Presents: Two and a Quarter

    We are pleased to present Two and a Quarter this May, as part of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival in Toronto! This group exhibition highlights the creativity possible within the square image. Each artist has created their own unique and imaginative image with the classic Diana F+ camera. Come to the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto to experience this exhibit, along with Diana F+ inspired events and workshops that will definitely open your eyes to the world of analogue photography!

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  • A Story of a Vintage Lomo Camera, Found in Canada

    written by jeanettelee on 2012-04-30 in #lifestyle
    A Story of a Vintage Lomo Camera, Found in Canada

    Kimon, our Lomography Canada Staff introduces his original, classic Lomography Camera! Do you have any unique cameras that you found? Share your story with us!

  • Trend Hunter Scavenger Hunt – Andy Warhol Style

    written by ashleyaang on 2012-04-21 in #news
    Trend Hunter Scavenger Hunt – Andy Warhol Style

    Our good friends at Trend Hunter spent the afternoon at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto last Friday April the 13th. They had a blast attending our Andy Warhol multilens workshop. To add a twist to that, we clever folk at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto turned the workshop into a scavenger hunt and set the hunters loose on the streets of Toronto. Read on to see what went down!

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  • Istanbul

    shared by shoujoai on 2012-01-15

    The LC-A is the perfect camera to walk through a city and take snapshots of all things around me without thinking too much about it. Here we passed one of the rabbits, who is normally all day occupied to tell the future to everybody who is willing to pay for it. But even hard working bunnies need a break - and I am happy to capture such moments with the LC-A.

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  • #14385141

    shared by jayycarlos on 2011-10-03

  • #15245175

    shared by kylethefrench on 2012-01-30

    museum lights should be brighter

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  • LOMOGRAPHY GALLERY STORE HOLIDAY PARTY.

    written by lomography-to on 2011-12-02 in #events
    LOMOGRAPHY GALLERY STORE HOLIDAY PARTY.

    Strike!!!! Holiday Party with the Lomography Toronto Gang!

  • Lomography Canada x MuchFACT Year End Screening Party!

    written by ashleyaang on 2011-12-20 in #news
    Lomography Canada x MuchFACT Year End Screening Party!

    MuchFACT, A Foundation To Assist Canadian Talent, held their year-end screening party in Toronto this past week and Lomography Canada was there to spread the Lomo-love! From the band The Arkells to Muchmusic VJs Lauren Toyota, Jesse Giddings and Phoebe Dykstra, celebrities & industry people alike came out for a night of great music videos and great company.

  • #13955574

    shared by williamthemayor on 2011-08-04

  • Toronto Islands with La Sardina and the LGS Toronto!

    written by canadas-lomography on 2011-06-16 in #world #locations
    Toronto Islands with La Sardina and the LGS Toronto!

    Since the La Sardina Camera arrived we here at the LGS Toronto could not hold back our excitement to get out and start shooting. What better testing ground we though than the Toronto Islands! Meet some of the team and check out this not so hidden gem Torontonians flock to when the heat in the city gets too much to handle (and yes it does get hot in Canada).

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  • #12016910

    shared by jeffotography on 2010-10-25

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    shared by jeffotography on 2010-10-25

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    shared by liquidpapercut on 2009-06-14

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  • #11045259

    shared by susielomovitz on 2010-02-19

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  • #11272259

    shared by jeabzz on 2010-04-29

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    shared by ululchen on 2010-05-01

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    shared by kittyninha on 2010-02-16

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  • #13047784

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-04-12

    Sky Riders over Barcelona's Roofs..

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  • #12683937

    shared by ali55 on 2011-02-24

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    shared by ali55 on 2011-02-25

  • Canada's Now-and-Then Series: The Maritimes

    written by ashleyaang on 2011-04-04 in #lifestyle
    Canada's Now-and-Then Series: The Maritimes

    Lomography is taking over Canada, one analogue city at a time! We'll be traveling coast to coast for this series, digging into old photo albums and our online lomographic community as we reminisce the development of our beautiful Canadian cities! We've come this far, and we thought it would be a super cool idea to feature not one, but a whole BUNCH of cities for our final installment. Ladies and gents, welcome to the Maritimes!

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  • #12998927

    shared by breyer on 2011-04-05

  • The analogue future belongs to the children

    shared by boredbone on 2011-04-04

    The children are the future. Show them the beauty of analogue.

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  • #10973566

    shared by lomoteddy on 2010-01-23

  • Soft Ocean Breeze

    shared by lomoteddy on 2010-01-23

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  • #12788156

    shared by troch on 2011-03-13

    Took the Holga loaded with Redscale XR out when I was testing the Anscoset. You can compare results with "http://www.lomography.com/homes/troch/albums/1682989-test-roll-ansco-anscoset" and the xpro Sprocket Rocket roll "http://www.lomography.com/homes/troch/albums/1683476-sprocket-rocket-loves-the-sun"

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  • BKSPicture

    shared by bkspicture on 2010-11-12

    You can find more of my work on my homepage: http://www.bkspicture.com/ _________________________________________ Also have a blog where I write about my photo experience, tips and trick etc. . . . . . . . . http://www.blog.bkspicture.com/ _________________________________________ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/BKSPicture/171493582895927

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  • My Analogue Heart

    written by mattcharnock on 2011-03-21 in #lifestyle
    My Analogue Heart

    So I have been missing from the Lomography world for a while now. I am unsure what happened but something inside me broke, something went, something unseen, unheard and unknown silently left and analogue photography, film, cameras and Lomo was nothing more than a void.

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  • Ryan Phillippe and the Bang Bang Club

    written by cruzron on 2011-03-22 in #news
    Ryan Phillippe and the Bang Bang Club

    It's not always black and white. That's one of the messages that the upcoming movie The Bang Bang Club wishes to convey. Have you heard about it yet? Watch the trailer after the jump!

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  • Hamleys

    shared by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2010-12-31

    A day at Hamleys in London just before Christmas

  • The year in square

    shared by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2010-11-01

    A series of photos I did as an entry for square magazine, still lifes of objects which mean the year to me. Winter

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  • 2011 - 365 Photo Project

    shared by spoeker on 2011-02-27

    02-15 // Hello London! The most beautiful shoes!

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  • #11136295

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

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  • #155428

    shared by lolfox on 2009-01-24

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  • #798218

    shared by xbalboax on 2009-05-26

  • Overview

    shared by wil6ka on 2009-08-06

    In the US of A most buildings don’t have a long history, considering there are churches in old Europe telling a story stretching over a thousand years. Basically everything in the states has the charm of something new and fresh. And they made a great twist out of it, because everything is convenient and tries to hit the need of the one that uses it. Take stadiums or convention halls. While in Europe football stadiums tell a lot of stories, but it’s freaking cold and you might don’t see the whole picture. There it’s more about the glory instead of the functionality. But with every new stadium we are learning and by now we have a lot of those very practical Multi-Purpose-Sport-And-Convention-Thingies. And we learn from the best there is: The Staples Center. The Staples Center was build and is owned by the Anschutz Entertainment Group. A multinational company that not only owns various sport teams in the USA and Europe but they also own ... aeh….how can I say that….well bits and pieces of Michael Jackson. Hence they tried to do these fabulous shows in London and he deceased shortly before they tried to make money with everything left. So the “This is it”-movie was there idea and you could even keep the entrance ticket for the shows in London for a little fee. But let’s come back from bones to stones. The final farewell of MJ was celebrated in the Staples Center. But what is good for the king of pop is also good for the queens of basketball: the LA Lakers. I was lucky and Microsoft paid me a ticket for the final series last year. Quite exciting, not only the match against Orlando, but also the architecture of the center. In these halls it is possible to change the interior design within hours. There are also NHL matches and concerts. Quite contradicting actually. But everything’s possible in LA. Highest capacity is 20.000 visitors. And still they have built the center in 1999 in a way, that every show, every match is looking packed. It is almost 100.000 square meters big, but it looks that there are many tens of thousands spectators. For the Lakers, the stands are assembled very steep under the roof. Therefore you have from almost every spot a great view. The seats up front are reserved for celebraties like Jack Nicholson or Heidi Klum. Most of the stands is covered in Black shadow, the plentiful lights are all directed to the court. Like a coloseum, where the gladiators meet. It is actually quite a challenge to get a ticket, which are often sold out for years. So what happens is, that groups share a certain capacity of season tickets. And they are shared among them like a trophy. So seeing a match is a priceless treasure. The Staples Center is close the Convention Hall where many fairs are held. You get there by car on S.Figueroa Street 1111, though it might be tough to get a parking lot, at least if you travel in a limo, like most people do.

  • Panoramix

    shared by wil6ka on 2009-08-06

    In the US of A most buildings don’t have a long history, considering there are churches in old Europe telling a story stretching over a thousand years. Basically everything in the states has the charm of something new and fresh. And they made a great twist out of it, because everything is convenient and tries to hit the need of the one that uses it. Take stadiums or convention halls. While in Europe football stadiums tell a lot of stories, but it’s freaking cold and you might don’t see the whole picture. There it’s more about the glory instead of the functionality. But with every new stadium we are learning and by now we have a lot of those very practical Multi-Purpose-Sport-And-Convention-Thingies. And we learn from the best there is: The Staples Center. The Staples Center was build and is owned by the Anschutz Entertainment Group. A multinational company that not only owns various sport teams in the USA and Europe but they also own ... aeh….how can I say that….well bits and pieces of Michael Jackson. Hence they tried to do these fabulous shows in London and he deceased shortly before they tried to make money with everything left. So the “This is it”-movie was there idea and you could even keep the entrance ticket for the shows in London for a little fee. But let’s come back from bones to stones. The final farewell of MJ was celebrated in the Staples Center. But what is good for the king of pop is also good for the queens of basketball: the LA Lakers. I was lucky and Microsoft paid me a ticket for the final series last year. Quite exciting, not only the match against Orlando, but also the architecture of the center. In these halls it is possible to change the interior design within hours. There are also NHL matches and concerts. Quite contradicting actually. But everything’s possible in LA. Highest capacity is 20.000 visitors. And still they have built the center in 1999 in a way, that every show, every match is looking packed. It is almost 100.000 square meters big, but it looks that there are many tens of thousands spectators. For the Lakers, the stands are assembled very steep under the roof. Therefore you have from almost every spot a great view. The seats up front are reserved for celebraties like Jack Nicholson or Heidi Klum. Most of the stands is covered in Black shadow, the plentiful lights are all directed to the court. Like a coloseum, where the gladiators meet. It is actually quite a challenge to get a ticket, which are often sold out for years. So what happens is, that groups share a certain capacity of season tickets. And they are shared among them like a trophy. So seeing a match is a priceless treasure. The Staples Center is close the Convention Hall where many fairs are held. You get there by car on S.Figueroa Street 1111, though it might be tough to get a parking lot, at least if you travel in a limo, like most people do.

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    shared by sandkorn on 2010-05-14

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  • #4412676

    shared by patorayado on 2009-07-18

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    shared by miriel on 2009-07-16

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    shared by classicakoux on 2009-07-15

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    shared by renaishashin on 2010-01-18

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  • #12373087

    shared by j_mahood on 2011-01-03

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    shared by j_mahood on 2011-01-03

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    shared by j_mahood on 2011-01-03

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    shared by stephanie on 2011-03-21