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The Spooky Kind of Analogue

Most of us have just spent Halloween and we're pretty sure your that hairs tingled even for just a little bit!

May 2012: My last Polaroid :(

Announcing the Authors Of The London City Guide

Thanks to the community members who helped create it, the Lomography City Guide London will have you navigating the capital like a local in no time. Find out if you're in there now!

Cross Processing Colour Guide

Every cross processed slide films have different color shifts. In order to use them flexibly, why don't we have a color palette?

Russia Day 2012 - Show Us Some Love Rumble

Because we LomoLove children and Russia, we want you to follow in the footsteps of the citizens of Ulyanovsk, Russia, who on September 12th get the day off from work to create a baby boom of their own! Read after the jump for more details on our new competition with some awesome prizes up for grabs! Here's a hint, one of them is a Russian Family Van!

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Nighttime Non-Flash Photography with the Olympus Trip 35

In this review, I will show you how the Olympus Trip 35 works great for nighttime, non-flash photography. Read about it after the jump!

When in Doubt, Double Expose Your Redscales

I've used a handful of redscales—DIYs and Lomography Redscales. For DIYs, a good number of times, they are underexposed, for Lomography Redscales, some shots are still underexposed. Without going to too much analysis about film density and time exposure, I figured double exposing them would do the trick.

The 10 Rules to Break in Photography

Rule 10 of Lomography: Don't worry about any rules.. Why? Well, read these simple ideas that will stimulate your creativity while going beyond the academic rules of composition.

Egg White, Salt and Silver Nitrate

Since the beginning of photography there have been many photographic processes. Some of them remain to this day, some crashed and burned within two decades of their release even if the quality of the resulting image using that process what pristine. It's safe to say economics and practicality had a lot to do with it.

Love at First Lomo: My Lubitel 2

Long before I got into the community here at Lomography. I had been given my Dad's old Lubitel 2 that he purchased on a trip to Russia many many years ago. It wasn't until I got online here that I began to use it however.

Lost & Found: Former President of Turkey, Turgut Özal

A chain of coincidences involving meeting my sister at the airport, a spontaneous trip to Turkey, and a strip of Agfa XR 100 negatives found, revealing Turkey's 8th president, Turgut Özal. Can anyone help me find out how this happened?

Lessons from Photography Masters: Julia Margaret Cameron

It's time once again for us to learn something from the photography masters of years past, this time from British portraitist Julia Margaret Cameron. Although her career as a photographer was relatively short-lived, she left us with some of the most notable photographs of her time.

Pentacon Penti II: Get Your Bling On!

This is my new old camera, and I am falling head-over-heels.

Rock My Wedding X Lomography Rumble Winners Announcement

We teamed up with cool UK blog "Rock My Wedding" and asked you to submit your most love-tastic shots for a chance to win the coolest photoshoot for couples in London -- your very own day, styled by "Rock My Wedding" and shot by professional photographers on glorious film. Find out who are the lucky lovers who won!

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