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My First SLR Love Affair: The Pentax K-1000

This review is for a camera that i bought from a camera shop in Garden City, MI. It was from a kid that was going to get rid of it and I bought it for $20.

1919 Piccolette Contessa-Nettel + 2008 Canon 5D Mark II = Best of Both Worlds

What do you get when you hack a 93-year-old folding camera lens onto a high-end pro digital SLR? Amazing photos, that's what! Check out this super cool digital-analog hybrid project by director Jason Bognacki and the mind-blowing results!

It's Not Enough To Own Cameras, You've Got To Share!

I had already photographed my camera collection, but since then it has changed a lot! New cameras were added and old ones went away. After a lot of trading, selling, buying and other crazy business, I wanna share with you the new face of my collection!

The Yellow Analogical Ones

Guess who's been spotted playing around with analogue photography? The Springfield Elementary Photography Club! :-) Okay, so the Simpsons are fictional but that doesn't invalidate the popularity of film photography, does it?

Spotted: Holga & Polaroid on Scrubs

I saw another episode of "Scrubs" and recognized that they were using a Holga with a Polaroid Instant Back as well as a Polaroid Land Camera. Even on TV, the future is analogue!

Let's Celebrate 400k Likes on Our Facebook Page!

We are fast approaching 400k likes on our Facebook page! Thank you dear Lomographers as it's you who've made it possible with all your post shares and recommendations! In celebration of this auspicious event, we are hosting a little giveaway game. So, read on for the rules after the jump!

Lubitel 2 Pinhole Limited Edition

Yes, yes, you have read right. In another blog entry, I have already mentioned that the Lubitel is the camera I've been going after for a long time... it's a pity my pocket is not in the required conditions to supply the lacks of my desires.

Photographing Time: Michael Wesely

A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon Michael Chrisman's year-long exposure of the Toronto Skyline and thought to myself, "Wow, a whole year?" Well, just imagine, there's another man who did it for 3 years! Read about it after the jump!