The biggest Lomography giveaway ever begins today – If you haven’t already heard the news, we’re giving away One Million Piggy Points to the community over the next 5 days! Each day we'll have a different challenge and you'll get a Piggy Point prize if you complete it - Read on for details of what you’ve got to do today…
Ashley Burress likes interweaving dreams of macabre and nostalgia and she loves capturing them with dark, vivid, sepia-toned instant film. This is how she remembers.
I built my own lomo case out of an old luggage and leftover foam pieces. It is free, cheap and I had it customised to myself and my cameras, and did I already mentioned it's free?
This film has been reviewed a lot of times and you all know the wonder this film will produce, right ? During day time, this color slides produce a wider density range, richer gradation, and deeper color saturation, however they require a tighter exposure control. This color slide film deliver outstanding grain, sharpness and vivid colors.
A quick guide on a relaxing escape in London. A lot of people think of London as Babylon City of struggle. Not if you have a Plan B in mind. The city is so huge, there's always something for everyone.
Today a scanner with transparency unit should be part of a Lomographer's standard equipment like the Lomo LC-A and a fridge full of films is.
They are the talk of the town and are the ones in the spotlight - February's Most Liked and Commented Photos! Got your votes yet? Check them out!
The Yashica Electro 35 is a magnificently amazing camera only if you know how to work your way around it. Its cheap, has a amazing glass and is intensely sexy (specially the black version GTN).
As we read about the devastating news from Japan, we are stunned and shocked. As a community, we need to come together and help our fellow friends, our Lomography family, as well as people in need.
Dolly Dare - a destination for fashion escapism. DOLLY DARE - DARE TO DREAM; DOLLY DARE - DARE TO BE DIFFERENT; DOLLY DARE - DARE TO BE DESIRED...If you want to try a true London look with the sense of both futurism and vintage, then Dolly Dare is your ultimate destination!
The first compact Kodak camera is considered to be the Kodak No. 1 of 1888, which used roll film. At first this film was still based on paper, but with later Kodak models was replaced by the use of a celluloid base. Consisting mainly of a rectangular wooden box, the No. I didn't have a viewfinder and therefore necessarily required "shooting from the hip" a technique well known and promoted by we Lomographers nowadays.
Still Too Few Tearooms - a unique experience just a stone's throw away from the hustle and bustle of Portobello Market.
Coming from the country myself, I commute to London every day. My way to have a break and get away from the hustle and bustle is to pop by the boating lake in Regents park, where you will find a completely serene, relaxed lifestyle, where you can just get away from it all.
Do you still remember the incredible news of the lost film roll in New York early in the year? Well, it seems that Todd Bieber, the film maker who found the roll, has finally found the elusive owner!
Lomography is forever in vogue, so it's no surprise that our Diana F+ was recently featured in the Globe and Mail's Style section!
You know the times when you stumble upon a photo on our site that you instantly like, but don't know what to comment? If it just leaves you speechless? Well, that happened to all of us – so here's a gallery of photos that left you and us speechless.