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One Important Question

I recently came across a blog that is brimming with inspirational stuff for photographers and designers. If you're either, both, or just in need of something to jump-start your creative spirit, here are some selected anecdotes answering 'One Important Question.'

Rad Redscales: Exposing Both sides of your Film for Maximum Lomographic Awesomeness!

Want to take your redscale Lomographs to the next level? Expose both sides of your film and double your pleasure!

Craft Crazy: 4 DIY Splitzer Tipsters for You to Try

Are you in the mood to try something crafty and creative? Why don't you try your hands on some interesting DIY projects, like making your very own splitzers to slice and dice your snapshots with!

Chillin in Quogue and Westhampton Beach
D-Lux Budget Motel

Most Popular Photo Last Year: August 22, 2011

Halloween is not even near yet but we have got ghouls surrounding our presence!

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A Little Taste of the Countryside Part II: Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands is a little hilly paradise full of hidden surprises and breathtaking scenery. While in Cameron Highlands, you should visit the Time Tunnel Museum, the first memorabilia museum in Malaysia. It was opened by See Kok Shan, an avid collector of knick-knacks and memorabilia.

Our Adventure in Pilsen!

On a hot and steamy day in July we ventured in the neighborhood of Pilsen of Chicago. With cameras in hand, we discovered there were many other exciting neighborhoods close by as well!

Most Popular Photo Last Year: July 11, 2011

He might call this Lomograph a spooky one but I'm pretty sure that there's more to that!

All About 35mm Film

We all know 35mm as the most ubiquitous film type out there, so what else do you need to know about it? Here's the lowdown on the most popular and enduring film format of all time!

All About 120 Film

There are non-conformist analogue photographers who prefer medium format after discovering its quirks and quality. Will you soon be one of them? Maybe after you find out more about 120 film here!

All About 110 Film

The 110 film format was introduced by Kodak in 1972. Have you had the chance to shoot with this kind of film? Most us already know about the 35mm and 120 film format. But what about 110? Find out more after the break.

Show us Chicago! Submit Your Photos for the Lomography Gallery Store Chicago's LomoWall!

You may have heard that the Lomography Gallery Store Chicago is in the works. If not, here's your notice! Not only are we getting ready to open this analogue hub next to Lake Michigan, but we want your amazing images of the Windy City to be a permanent part of the Gallery Store's soon to be unveiled LomoWall!

Lomography Chicago went to the Lincoln Park Zoo!

Earlier in the month, a group of Chicago based Lomographers took a trip to the zoo! With our trusty cameras guiding the way, we took it all in and had a great day!

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