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M42 Lenses: The Helios 44-4 M

This four part mini-series sets out to review my four favorite lenses. All these lenses share a commonality: they are all M42 lenses. I love the M42 standard. Canon and Nikon, and later Pentax are all proprietary; the M42 is not. We begin with the Helios 44-4 M.

New Way! New Spirit!

Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!

Golden Hour of Photography

UK CitySlicker Dave: My Analogue Wishlist

We all love the simplistic use and cool designs of our favourite Lomo cameras. But sometimes you just want to step it up a notch...

St George's Hall
Microclicks on a bright day
Rainbow Flash Cologne 2012

What's Neil Gaiman Doing at Lomography HQ?

It started with a whisper and then grew to a buzz at Lomography HQ. What was Neil Gaiman doing here and could we get an autograph?

Get on Your Coat and Go to Ancoats!

Ancoats is undergoing rapid changes at the moment. Nevertheless, it is still the best place to see the industrial heritage of the world's fist industrialised city.

Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday
MInehead Superheadz Redscale
Interesting Velvia
Madrid Río con la LC-Wide
The wedding of my best friends.

20 Years of Analogue Photography History in the Making: A Photo Recap 1991-1999

Check out some amazing pieces of history as we track back through time and see what the Lomographic Society's has been up to the past twenty years - and beyond! Reminisce with us as we look back from small beginnings to what Lomography is today.

Tallinn, Autumn 2012
Tallinn, Autumn 2012
family time

What I Learned About Photo Equipment The Last 40 Years

One man's insight about the things he learned about photography and equipment in the past four decades. A definite must-read.