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  • Picture This: Analogue Wedding Style

    Picture This: Analogue Wedding Style
    What happens when you take a gorgeous couple who are perfect for each other and both love vintage style, with a lovely summers day at Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia and analogue cameras? Find out after the jump!
  • Fun Under the Sun: Making It Count While It's Here

    Fun Under the Sun: Making It Count While It's Here
    Living in Canada, you really make the most of summer because you know that winter is only a few short months away. Last summer I was living out east in Halifax, Nova Scotia and as it rains so much there, even during the summer, whenever there was a special event on, especially on a nice day I made sure to get out an see it, and make sure to capture it with my analogue cameras!
  • Je t’aime, Paris: Eiffel Tower, From My Point of View

    Je t’aime, Paris: Eiffel Tower, From My Point of View
    The Eiffel Tower, an instantly recognisable and iconic symbol of Paris. Most of us already know the history of this magnificent structure, so here it is from my point of view! From down on the ground and to up high in the tower, I'll tell you how we skipped the line and I'll share some of my favourite lomographs from the trip that happened by mistake!
  • Dad and I: A Trip Down Memory Lane with Daddy Dearest

    Dad and I: A Trip Down Memory Lane with Daddy Dearest
    Like many people, digitizing all of the old family photos is going in very slow stages for me, so I just went digging through all the photos from when I was little that I had scanned, and loved taking a walk down memory lane with a specific theme in mind: daddy and his daughter.
  • Mum and Me: A Lot Like Mum

    Mum and Me: A Lot Like Mum
    Growing up I heard those 7 words so many times: "You look so much like your mother." When I was younger I didn't like it, I didn't get it either, she was old and I thought I looked nothing like her. Now, I like it when I hear those words, maybe because I don't hear them too often because I live on the opposite side of the world to her and maybe because I'm getting older and realize that yeah, maybe we do look alike. And I like that.
  • A Walk in the Park with Me, Myself and My Favorite Cameras

    A Walk in the Park with Me, Myself and My Favorite Cameras
    Sometimes, when it is a nice day and I need a rest from my never-ending pile of things I need to do, I will go down to the park at the back of my apartment building for a stroll by myself with a couple of cameras in hand. I'm extremely lucky to live right near such a beautiful park that I am able to walk in to rejuvenate, as well as get a little exercise.
  • Australia Day: Stopover at Melbourne

    Australia Day: Stopover at Melbourne
    Australia Day is celebrated nation-wide on January 26th and commemorates the day the first fleet arrived in Sydney Cove, claiming Australia under British rule. On this day, you'll see a lot of green and gold and more southern-crosses than you will be able to count. This is my story about how my Australia Day was almost canceled last year.
  • Give Me a Home Among the Gum Trees

    Give Me a Home Among the Gum Trees
    Before moving overseas, I always lived in the same post code -- we never moved far from the first house I lived in which was my Nana's house in the suburb of Tumbi Umbi in the Australian state of New South Wales. This nostalgic location looks at those images that to other people, may just look like a tree or a door, but to the person with the connection to them mean so much more.
  • The Big 3: Theme Parks on the Gold Coast

    The Big 3: Theme Parks on the Gold Coast
    The Gold Coast area in the Australian state of Queensland has been very popular with tourists from all over the world for a long time now. One of the reasons for this is because of the three big theme parks: Movieworld, Seaworld, and Dreamworld.
  • Woy Woy: Another Australian Town with a Funny Name

    Woy Woy: Another Australian Town with a Funny Name
    The Woy Woy area (including Ettalong, Umina, Ocean Beach and Koolewong) is a popular holiday and retirement destination on the Central Coast around an hour and a half drive north of Sydney.
  • Classic Car Show at The Entrance, Australia

    Classic Car Show at The Entrance, Australia
    Pretty much any weekend, somewhere in Australia, you will find a classic car show. These classic cars make for great lomography fun with their different colours and shapes. The owners embody the same values as we do, as analogue lovers. I was lucky enough to be able to attend this annual show held at The Entrance in the Australian state of New South Wales.
  • Memories of Burleigh Beach, Australia

    Memories of Burleigh Beach, Australia
    For many years Burleigh Beach has been a go-to spot for my family in the state of Queensland, Australia. With wide open spaces away from the more tourist-ladden beaches of the Gold Coast, this spot is a favourite of surfers to the south, near the open waters at the heads, and popular with local families and exercise buffs to the north.
  • Shelly Beach: One of Australia's Finest Golden Sand Beaches

    Shelly Beach: One of Australia's Finest Golden Sand Beaches
    Shelly Beach is a long stretch of beach on the NSW Central Coast, Australia. It has golden sand and a safe, sheltered area for families and people who just want to take a dip in the ocean, and in the open northern end, you will see many surfers and bodyboarders out. I was lucky enough to grow up only 5 minutes away from this beach and have many great memories of it.
  • Shoot Now, Eat Later

    Shoot Now, Eat Later
    In our parents day film and developing were so expensive that to take a photo of a meal was almost unheard of. These days you pretty much can't go to a restaurant without seeing someone taking a photo of their meal or drink. Here are my categories for food photography, see if you agree with me!
  • Your Favorite Holiday destinations: The Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada

    Your Favorite Holiday destinations: The Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada
    The Annapolis Valley is situated along the Bay of Fundy in the Canadian provence of Nova Scotia. The area is famous for its high tides, but there are a lot more reasons to visit this part of the country!
  • My 2012 in Analogue

    My 2012 in Analogue
    Looking back on this year I know I will not remember it by the month, rather by the place that I was. I was extremely lucky this year to start the year where I come from in Australia, finish it in London, Canada where I now call home and visit a bunch of places in between.
  • Naughty and Nice: Which Cameras Would I Give a Puppy or a Lump of Coal to?

    Naughty and Nice: Which Cameras Would I Give a Puppy or a Lump of Coal to?
    This year I've tried cameras I've found hidden for 20 years. I've shot cameras with films found at thrift stores and cameras found on the side of the road. In my attempt to pick which ones have been naughty or nice, the main thing I took into consideration was: which cameras do I keep using and which ones are sitting, gathering dust?
  • Your Favorite Holiday Destinations: Leysdown on Sea

    Your Favorite Holiday Destinations: Leysdown on Sea
    Half of my family are from Kent, England and it's only in recent years that I have been able to visit. I've been there three times and I stayed at my Aunt and Uncle's house for part of the time. They live on the sleepy isle of Sheppey in south-eastern England, and I managed to stumble upon an analogue lover's dream while on a walk there one day.
  • Up in the Air: My Memories from Flying from Sydney to Los Angeles

    Up in the Air: My Memories from Flying from Sydney to Los Angeles
    The Sydney to Los Angeles flight is one of the longest flights in the world, and as I am a native of Sydney but I live in Canada, I have done this flight more times that I would have liked to. Luckily, I have captured some images with some simple plastic cameras that you can use them during take-off and landing!
  • Happiest Place in the World: Circa 1989

    Happiest Place in the World: Circa 1989
    What can turn the happiest place in the world into a very sad one for a parent? Might it be because their child had a meltdown? Or maybe because they got stuck in California on one of the hottest days of the year? Or maybe because of food poisoning? No. I'm afraid it's something far worse.