Are you a proud LomoDad? Please join weedos as he takes a trip down memory lane over his last decade and a bit as a Lomographer in celebration of dads everywhere this Father's Day!
The Toronto Islands is a group of small interconnected islands just south of Toronto’s downtown core and may just be the perfect place in the city to go for a bike ride.
What happens when you put together 500 lomographers from 30 cities around the world, and 150 rolls of film? Well, one heck of an awesome Worldwide Lomo Caterpillar! Step right up to watch the cool video!
Instant Month is upon us and we'll be sharing an instant photo a day from our Lomography Canada office and the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto. To start things off, the one who runs the LGS Toronto ship, Kimon!
Instant Month is upon us and we'll be sharing an instant photo a day from our Lomography Canada office and the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto. Here is our intern, Katie!
Instant Month is upon us and we'll be sharing an instant photo a day from our Lomography Canada office and the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto. Introducing, the most important member of all, William!
It's that time of year again - The Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is hitting Toronto in May and the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto will be holding a very special exhibition as part of the festival. However, we need YOUR help - read on for details after the jump!
Ever wonder what your city looked like 10, 20, maybe even 30 years ago? Well, we wondered the exact thing about our beautiful city of Toronto and came across a great community of vintage photos - Check them out after the jump!
The Canadian Chihuahua Rescue and Transport (CCRT) is a group of volunteers working together to rescue, foster and provide necessary veterinary care for homeless, abandoned and neglected Chihuahuas across Canada. Your heart melting yet?! Volunteer and coordinator Judith brought her two fur-babies, McGee and Gucci, to the LGS Toronto to check us out and give us some more insight about this great organization.
Toronto Moments in Time is a photography project merging the old with the new. Photographer Harry Enchin takes modern-day photographs and seamlessly stitches them with analogue photos from the City of Toronto Archives. We had a chance to speak with him - Read on to see what he had to say about this interesting photography idea!
Announcement!: We got your amazing submissions, and it was Canada who chose the best of the best from each region! Here are the top 3 winners of our Coast to Coast Rumble. Make sure to stop by on August 30th for the Opening Reception of the National Canada Vignettes Exhibition here at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto!
Well, it finally happened - Toronto did its very own LomoMatrix! But, you'll still have to wait until the premiere on Canada Day for the final display. However, we have some great teaser footage for you guys to take a look at, just to keep you guys hanging!
The majority of my photos consist of my cat Charlee. She is a Himalayan-Tabby mix and is occasionally mistaken for a mountain lion or a lynx. I've always admired the life of a cat... I think I've just about figured out her daily routine, somewhat.
Community member deprofundis has her "Searching for Twin Photos" series and employees at Rethink Communications have their "Wall of Same": an album of photos featuring staffers in matching twin outfits. Creative minds sure think alike!
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!
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!
Analogue Gallery represents Toronto's most unique and exclusive gallery in Canada! The gallery is well known for collecting wide variations of photographs of Rock & Roll history from over six decades. Lomography Canada was able to meet the owner and creative director behind Analogue Gallery, and was able to learn more about the gallery while experiencing the music through the stories that the photographs illustrated.
Mike DeAngelis, the Arkells' vocalist and guitarist, and the photographer/Lomographer of the band, captured some of their experiences during the 'Michigan Left' of the band tour with the rest of the band members, Max, Anthony, Nick, and Tim! Read on as Mike shares with us what happened during their video shoot in Hamilton Ontario.
I love taking my Diana F+ camera and some Ilford HP5 Black and White film down to the Business District in Toronto to take shots of strangers. Here are some shots and the stories of how I got them.
Mike DeAngelis, the vocalist and guitarist of Canada's favorite rock band Arkells, is also the photographer/Lomographer of the band. He collected his snapshots of his memories of the band tour with the rest of the band members, Max Kerman, Anthony Carone, Nick Dika, and Tim Oxford! Read on as Mike tells in his own words, the tales of Arkells during their tour!
Last weekend, Lomography Gallery Store Toronto teamed up with St. Augustine CHS for a Diana workshop like none other. Read on to find out more about this event.
There is a subtle unique characteristic about a black and white photo that has it's own beauty! We would like to see your favorite portraits shot with any of our Lomography Black and White films. Make sure it illustrates the character you are portraying! Read on to find out how to win!
This is probably my last Canadian location. You can get here three spots for the price of one, separated by a two-hour triangular drive. Let me share my trip to the Canadian Golden Triangle.