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    shared by folkypaul on 2009-09-02

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  • #6117325

    shared by berndsaller on 2009-10-15

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  • #11497396

    shared by azzzy on 2010-06-28

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    shared by azzzy on 2010-06-28

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    shared by azzzy on 2010-06-28

  • Shadow Play

    shared by azzzy on 2010-06-27

  • Shadow Play

    shared by azzzy on 2010-06-27

    What do we do in isolation? We speak to ourselves? We reflect on our life's? We be straight out honest? Its just me but wait, theres someone else. He shows himself when there is light. His been with me since i was born, yet i neglect him, I forget about him as I get consumed by life. But now in isolation, his clear and defined. I looked at him and I see myself. His is my shadow, he is the isolated part of me.

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  • #11544416

    shared by azzzy on 2010-07-10

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    shared by azzzy on 2010-07-10

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    shared by azzzy on 2010-07-10

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    shared by azzzy on 2010-10-13

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    shared by azzzy on 2010-10-13

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  • Poor and in need

    shared by azzzy on 2010-11-03

    Broke as ever i had to test my slr that i just got fixed. Unload the half shot roll from my lca and load it in my slr. Snap 36 shots. Results pretty photos that in a way lost its magic due to the random doubles. But ive tasted the beauty of kodak ektar 100. And i want more. a proper roll soon i promise myself.

  • #11957448

    shared by stouf on 2010-10-13

    More details on the Nikonos V here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/reviews/2008/11/07/nikonos-v-the-ultimate-amphibious-camera

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  • My Analogue Life: Raiding the Archives

    written by pamelaklaffke on 2010-11-03 in #lifestyle
    My Analogue Life: Raiding the Archives

    It never ceases to astound me how much our eye changes. A photograph we may have considered one of our best three years ago may bring us close to a cringe today. Certain shots we may have thought were oh-so-original now seem cliché. But looking back through our previous work isn’t always embarrassing. In fact, a leisurely browse through your personal archives can often yield some surprising — and delightful — discoveries.

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  • The Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Negative Edition

    written by pamelaklaffke on 2010-11-04 in #gear #tipster
    The Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Negative Edition

    So many films, yet only so much time (and money). Analogue world can be overwhelming at times, but we’re here to help with the first installment of the Lomography Film Bible. We’re kicking things off with a round-up of all kinds of colour negative film.

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  • #11893728

    shared by hti on 2010-10-01

  • Dr. Lab Experiment One: Do the Dishwasher

    written by hti on 2010-10-29 in #gear #tipster
    Dr. Lab Experiment One: Do the Dishwasher

    Meet Dr. Lab aka hti. Straight from the HQ Lomography Archive where he has been whipping up some weird and wonderful experiments just for you. Many thanks Dr. Lab for sharing your laboratory experience, secret techniques and analogue passion in the first of his special edition Film Freak Tipsters. Now come on everyone and do the dishwasher!

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  • #5866727

    shared by mimjamil on 2009-07-30

  • Who Says Lomography Can't Tackle Sports?

    written by mimjamil on 2010-10-29 in #lifestyle
    Who Says Lomography Can't Tackle Sports?

    As the rules stated : Take your camera everywhere you go. Well, I am taking it everywhere and I bring it to stadiums too! We might not have those long lenses and 1/5000 shutter speeds but we've got the spunk to take great photographs!

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  • Drunk Primates

    shared by gnarlyleech on 2010-09-19

    I live in the country. And when you are drunk and you need to make a beer run, you take your lawn mower. The PO-POS cant give you a dwi if your on a mower right?

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  • Redscale

    shared by gnarlyleech on 2010-09-08

    We went fishing at the public wharf and what a beautiful place. We didn't catch anything but great photos though. When the winds in the East, the fish bite least.

  • Bon-Ton Festival

    shared by gnarlyleech on 2010-09-19

    Nothing better than going to the Bon-Ton Festival each year

  • Angular Momentum- Shoot with the Sprocket Rocket

    written by hti on 2010-10-27 in #reviews
    Angular Momentum- Shoot with the Sprocket Rocket

    The camera itself looks very retro, it reminds me of some old vintage cameras, but the inner life of the camera is equipped with the finest lomographic details. After I tested the new sprocket rocket camera for a long time, I can only say that it is ready now for a trip to outerspace – to the sprocket universe.

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  • My new Sprocket Rocket camera

    written by pasqualecaprile on 2010-10-27 in #reviews
    My new Sprocket Rocket camera

    The new Sprocket Rocket is going to get all Lomographers and analogue photographers to start talking. After testing it, I am absolutely convinced that the future is analogue. Long life to the Sprocket Rocket!

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  • Lomo Amigo One Eskimo Shoots with the Fisheye No. 2

    written by mmoya on 2010-10-25 in #people #lomoamigos
    Lomo Amigo One Eskimo Shoots with the Fisheye No. 2

    Check out our latest Lomo Amigo! Indie rock band, One Eskimo, takes the Fisheye No. 2 and really shows off their Lomography skills. These English rockers from London have a knack for performing in front of thousands of people, while keeping it real backstage.

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  • Already Missing Summer? Come to Costa da Caparica!

    written by ritamiguel on 2010-10-25 in #world #locations
    Already Missing Summer? Come to Costa da Caparica!

    Is it Summer? Is it Autumn? Is it Winter or is it Spring? It just does not matter because you can come to Costa da Caparica's beach anytime of the year, anytime you want!

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  • Vinyl: A Portrait of a Life with Music

    written by ritamiguel on 2010-10-25 in #lifestyle
    Vinyl: A Portrait of a Life with Music

    One of the requested posts on Analogue Lifestyle was 'Shoot your vinyl (LP) – let us know of your favorite record, shoot it and tell us why you wouldn’t want music any other way!', so I decided to show you some of my vinyl and tell you the story behind them. Hope you enjoy it! =)

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  • #12010033

    shared by emdewe on 2010-10-24

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  • #11739845

    shared by isabelbatteria on 2010-08-27

    Taking your camera everywhere can reward you even when you don't use it.

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  • Paris Revisited

    written by isabelbatteria on 2010-07-27 in #world #locations
    Paris Revisited

    I refuse to submit to the idea that Paris is a cliché. I marvel at the same picture of the Eiffel tower everybody takes from the same exact spot. I love to remember walking through modern streets and suddenly encountering a block full of very old buildings or a very old church.

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  • Château de Chenonceau, Loire Valley

    written by isabelbatteria on 2010-10-23 in #world #locations
    Château de Chenonceau, Loire Valley

    I bid you welcome to Château de Chenonceau. This is the ultimate dream castle for you frustrated princes and princesses out there, a castle that seems to have no business in the middle of the Cher River, in France. There are no pet dragons though.

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  • The Rectory - Outsider Art in the North West of England

    written by panchoballard on 2010-10-23 in #world #locations
    The Rectory - Outsider Art in the North West of England

    In a previous article I compared Lomography with today's renewable energy technologies: taking something old and bringing it into the 21st Century. In this article I'm looking at the artistic side of Lomography.

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  • My Analogue Life: Learning to Love the Limits

    written by pamelaklaffke on 2010-10-20 in #lifestyle
    My Analogue Life: Learning to Love the Limits

    I broke my arm. I fell in my living room on a Sunday morning. The culprit? Slippery socks on hardwood. The break isn’t too bad, and thankfully it’s my left arm and not my right. But broken bones or not, life goes on, and the work continues, albeit with some necessary modifications.

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  • Sunny San Diego

    written by carmencrow on 2010-08-25 in #world #locations
    Sunny San Diego

    San Diego is known for its sunny beaches and hip downtown lifestyle. What people outside of this city do not get to understand is the everyday lives of the people who live in this great city. Want to be in the know? Come and join me and walk in a local's shoes for a moment!

  • Stairway to Heaven Gallery

    written by cruzron on 2010-10-21 in #lifestyle
    Stairway to Heaven Gallery

    Be prepared to break a sweat as for this week, our gallery is going to focus on stairs and ladders! You might hate them with all of your guts when you have no choice but to climb them, but if judging by this selection of photos, you can just them instead!

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  • Deborah Parkin: Childhood Narratives

    written by plainjane on 2010-10-11 in #lifestyle
    Deborah Parkin: Childhood Narratives

    Square Magazine presents for your inspiration : Childhood Narratives by Deborah Parkin. Have a read, feel the passion and then submit your own text and Images for a chance to be publish in the Square Magazine Online and in their début hard copy book due to release on 15th December.

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  • Cécile Schuhmann: Low-fi Superheroes

    written by plainjane on 2010-10-11 in #lifestyle
    Cécile Schuhmann: Low-fi Superheroes

    Square Magazine presents for your inspiration : Cécile Schuhmann by Low-fi Superheroes. Have a read, feel the passion and then submit your own text and Images for a chance to be published in the Square Magazine Online and in their début hard copy book due to release on 15th December.

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  • Jérôme Tanon: Think Kid, Think

    written by cruzron on 2010-10-15 in #lifestyle
    Jérôme Tanon: Think Kid, Think

    Jerome Tanon let us in on his little secret..."How I turned from digi to analog, documenting snowboarding all around the world. Winters spent hiking in the deep snow with the heaviest backpack, freezing, waiting, riding..." Read on after the jump for more of his story.

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  • #11724785

    shared by jero on 2010-08-23

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    shared by jero on 2010-09-21

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    shared by wuxiong on 2010-03-17

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    shared by wuxiong on 2010-04-04

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    shared by wuxiong on 2010-04-04

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    shared by wuxiong on 2010-04-04

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  • #11878991

    shared by chaoticsense on 2010-09-28

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  • The Tiny, Fat, Lady Holga 135 BC

    written by chaoticsense on 2010-10-11 in #reviews
    The Tiny, Fat, Lady Holga 135 BC

    The Holga 135 BC may be the little sister of the original, legendary Holga, but it ain't less of a camera. It's simple, its light weight, it's small and it got all the great features of its bigger brother - including the fantastic effects of the plastic lens and dark corners (vignette). Plus it use regular 135-film which is cheap, easy to get, to use, and any one hour lab can develop it! But most of all, the Holga 135BC is FUN, FUN, FUN!

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    shared by bccbarbosa on 2010-06-28

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  • Red Tower

    shared by thufflife on 2010-10-01

    The tower sat as a reminder of the future. brick and mortar the stones on which we could all place a kind word or two for the things we wanted

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  • Bon Fire of the Idols

    shared by thufflife on 2010-09-30

    It was that time of the year again and the idol worshipers began their fire. This year they promised it was to the be the largest one yet. They had said this every year