It was a lucky day for antiquing for analogue photographer Anton Orlov. Not only did he score the stereoscopic 1901 Jumelle Bellieni camera, he also stumbled upon some century-old slides which turned out to be photos of World War I France tucked away inside it!
When my father-in-law said that he had found an ancient roll of film that he thought I might be able to develop, I said I would give it a go. It was a tricky task, but the results brought back a moment in family history from 35 years ago.
Superman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Batman, Darth Vader, Power Rangers, Hobbits, Elves, Zombies... YES that's COMIC CON in San Diego. It's the perfect time and place to lose your shyness when asking strangers for a picture.
The tip I'm going to share with you is very easy, fast and, in my opinion, gives really bright results. You only need black and white photos and permanent markers.
You might be quite overwhelmed with the number of Lomographs, albums, friends, and analogue cameras this LomoHome has; for I'm telling you, it sure is fit for a LomoGuru!
It was exactly 20 years ago today that the Lomographic Society International was established. To celebrate, all month we’ll run the “Your Favourite Lomograph” rumble. Just print your beloved photo and present it at the counter at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto!
Keith, a.k.a. deepfried_goodness, is a regular at our Lomography Gallery Store Toronto and also a treasured member of our online Lomography community. Having participated in our Toronto LomoMatrix and always continuing to build his analogue collection, we invited Keith to be our community LomoAmigo! Read on to get to know him a little better!
One man's insight about the things he learned about photography and equipment in the past four decades. A definite must-read.
Here at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto, we are very interested in experimental processes. For a cost of $20, this special workshop will introduce you to the glory of processing your own black and white film at home! Best of all, you don’t need to mess with any harsh chemicals!
Do you have a La Sardina camera with the legendary Fritz The Blitz flash and you don't know how to mount it on other cameras? Then you need a Fritz the Blitz Adapter Kit! ... Keep on reading!
Who doesn’t love a good day of the living dead? This workshop will meet at the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto and we will join the Zombie Walk, one of the most whacky and interesting events Toronto has to offer!
Who's there behind you hiding behind the curtains? It's the month of all things spooky and we want to see Lomographs of what terrifies you the most!
There are all kinds of clever methods to get a disappeared film leader sticking out of its canister again. The easiest is using a film puller. Here's how it's done.