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Childhood in Analogue: A Letter to My Future Teenage Daughter

To my Sweetiepie Mica: Today, we welcome your baby brother Mason to our family, and I know it isn't easy for you adjusting to be a big sister. For the past wonderful 4 years, you have been my world and I hope I was able to give you happiness and fulfillment in this world.

Red Scaled Kodak Ultima 100
Red Scaled Kodak Ultima 100

What Is Your Favorite Lomography Camera?

At Lomography, we love releasing new cameras for you to enjoy. In 2011, we brought out not 1, not 2, but 3 brand new camera models – The LC-Wide, La Sardina and LomoKino each bring new snap-shooting potential. Take part in our camera vote by ‘Liking’ your favorite Lomography camera of all time and you can earn Piggy Points! Read on to find out how this voting game works...

The Joys of Messing Around with Your Cameras

Although I am without a certificate as a camera technician, such has not stopped me from messing around with my toy cameras. It is a fun and worthwhile way of contributing to your photographic output.

Community LomoAmigo maximum_b, His Perfekt Shots, and Many More!

Max Baryshnikov, more popularly known in the Lomographic community as maximum_b, hails from Moscow, Russia. Like each and every one of us, Max loves having endless fun with endless films and shootings. Let us all give the Lomo spotlight to him and know more about his analogue aspirations after the break.

By the Decade: 1920's Mugshots

Mugshots of criminals were taken as early as the 1870's. Its purpose is for the authorities to have a record of the offender so that victims can easily identify them. Typically, mugshots have two parts -- one front-view and one side-view of the person. For this series, we'll take a look at some of the mugshots from each decade starting from the 1920's.