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Honing our Beloved LC-A: Basic Tips for Good Maintenance

Whenever I'm traveling, I can not miss the company of my LC-A. But, like some old lady, through all the hustle and rides, she gets exhausted. I prepared this basic maintenance schedule to resurrect her after each trip, and have it ready for next time!

Seeing Double with Multiple Konstruktions

The brand new Konstruktor camera has an easy multiple exposure function, allowing you to take amazing doubles, triples and more - just make sure to complete building it before shooting though!

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The Konstruktors: An Interview With Ccwu

He's one of the most popular Lomographers, famed for his beautiful portraits and daily-life photography. Now he's taken a new challenge as a Konstruktor!

The Konstruktors: An Interview With Simon

Lomography's very own Simon Vidal rolled up his sleeves and gamely faced an analogue challenge - to build the Konstruktor camera and take photos with it. He took some notes on his experience and shared a few snapshots as well - come have a look!

The Konstruktors: An Interview With Marlene

Another brave tester has come forward to share her notes on the Konstruktor! Say hello to Marlene and check out the awesome photos that she took with the Konstruktor camera.

Structures in Analogue

We Lomographers tackle various subjects for our fim photography. From portraits, events, food, fashion, and of course, lovely structures we just can't miss, architecture!

Perfectly Exposed, No Batteries Required

No exposure meter, no batteries, no problem; make perfectly exposed photos with this handy DIY exposure calculator.

Picking Up The Pieces: Part 1

Something BRAND NEW and SUPER EXCITING is coming very soon! A groundbreaking mystery product that will shake you out of your senses. We are still preparing everything for the big reveal, so why don't we have a little fun while waiting? Today and in the next few days we'll be dropping hints in the 'Picking Up The Pieces' series. Now on to the first clue ...

Quickie Tipster: Pushing Your Redscale a Little Farther

A tip on overexposing a little bit more on redscale to get interesting colors and tones.

Capture The Moment Competition: 13th May 2013 13:13:13 CET

The essence of photography is about capturing those special moments, those instants where time stands still and an image is perfectly framed in front of your eyes. As Lomographers, we are especially in tune with these unique times in life. We love to forget the rules, ditch the viewfinder and snap those special times as they flash before our eyes. Well for this rumble, that’s exactly what we are you to do. In the month of May, we have picked 3 exact moments where we want Lomographers around the world to stop and take an analogue photo! And of course, we have some awesome prizes on offer for the best entries!

Lomopedia: Smena 35

The Smena ancestral line dates back to the early 1950s and was originally created by LOMO as a way to make photography accessible to young, hard-working Soviets.

Tipster of the Week: Photos That Does Not Only Move, They Pop!

Want to know how you can use the Pop9 to make some types of 3D images you've never seen before? Read on to know more about it!

Test Drive: Sunny Fruit Juice Camera

This time I was lucky to try out quite an extraordinary camera - Sunny Fruit Juice Camera 35mm. This little queen of covert cameras is truly a spy's dream, and even Agent 007's sophisticated gadgets pale in comparison.

The Pinhegg – My Journey To Build An Egg Pinhole Camera

Since I started pin-holing the world, I have had the strong desire to make a special camera, with the purpose of shooting just one photograph. The purpose was to sacrifice the camera in the process of photo creation – I wanted the camera to become the photograph. To let you understand, the process from the camera to the photograph is the same that ties the baby bird to the egg: the bird grows protected from the shell and when it's ready breaks it and comes out. This is why I decided to create the Pinhegg – An Egg Pinhole Camera.

Sell, Promote, and Distribute Lomography In Your Area!

If you're setting up a shop or if you already have one, imagine how great it would be to see some delightful Lomography items in your merchandise.Turn your passion into a job of your dreams - we're here to help!

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