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    shared by horstler on 2013-05-13

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  • An Introduction: Alia’s Just Another LomoArch Series

    written by basterda on 2011-12-10 in #news
    An Introduction: Alia’s Just Another LomoArch Series

    Liliana de Sousa, aka -alia-, hails from Amsterdam and is one of Lomography Magazine's new regular writers. Know more about her upcoming series, featuring her love for analogue photography and hiking in the cold, after the break.

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  • Where I met Muhammad

    shared by artichekt on 2013-05-13

    Muhammad is a bus driver, that day he had service on a bus line near the place I work. At a certain point he told his passengers that he would make a spontaneous detour - and he knows that everybody is in a hurry, but it will be worth 5 minutes of their lifetime. Nobody complained, and Muhammad steered his vehicle on a small road just wide enough for this huge bus. He stopped right beside the endless colourful fields of a tulip farm that are out of sight from the main highway, opened the doors and asked his passengers „Now look at this splendour – have you ever seen such a beauty?“ All imaginable colours from different shades of white to yellow, orange, red, pink, purple up to almost black in broad an narrow stripes loosing themselves behind the horizon creating a spectecular scenery. I was taking some photos there when Muhammad stopped his bus right beside me. We had a quick chat, he told me what he could tell me in 3 minutes, he asked me if I could take a photo of him that he could send to his family in Afghanistan... and there were tears running down his cheeks when he smiled at me while pointing out to the tulips saying „These are the things that make life worth living.“ Then he jumped on his bus, started the Diesel engine and took his passengers back to their reality. In my scope of work I have to deal with lots of people earning 1.000.000 Euros and more per year as a CEO, COO, CSPO, CEM, COB, CBDO or some similar crap like that building homes that cost several millions of Euros. For themselves and their families. I learned to reject requests from these people calling themselves „businessman“ who cause me a certain disgust – because it’s them that make this world go out of balance. My deepest respect for Muhammad, my personal hero of the day. I wish there would be more of his kind.

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  • LomoGuru of the Week: Earlybird

    written by mayeemayee on 2013-05-19 in #lifestyle
    LomoGuru of the Week: Earlybird

    His trademark black and white portraits have become very popular in our Community. His username rings a loud bell, too. Well, I guess it's just time for us to publish an interview with this guy from Germany!

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  • Just Another LomoArch: Artichekt

    written by -alia- on 2012-01-17 in #lifestyle
    Just Another LomoArch: Artichekt

    He is a lomographer who doesn’t need any introduction, a lomoarch that you’ll be pleased to read about. He does magic with analogue cameras and he’s able to involve real buildings with charmed atmospheres. Without further ado, I have the honour to present you our first LomoArch: artichekt!

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    shared by suizidekid on 2013-05-20

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    shared by -alia- on 2013-02-27

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  • Some vegetation...

    shared by artichekt on 2013-05-14

    ...in my parent's garden.

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  • Some vegetation...

    shared by artichekt on 2013-05-14

    ...in my parent's garden.

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  • Lomowalk with artichekt

    shared by moodification on 2013-05-21

    My dear friend artichekt took me on a lomowalk to show me a little part of the amazing architecture of Düsseldorf. It was a sunny day and we just couldn't stop walking, talking and taking pictures. In fact we both ended up with a bad sunburn ;-)) Nonetheless it was a great day! Thanks for doing this with me, pal! - Home developed in Tetenal C41 Rapid Kit -

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    shared by suizidekid on 2013-05-20

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  • 1959 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country

    shared by alburnkat on 2012-08-14

    Concours d'Elegance of America at St. Johns. This has always been a very upscale and somewhat snobby car show. There has always been a Duesenberg class or two, and everything is the highest quality of early vintage automobiles. We're talking everyone wearing Seersucker Suits and Straw Hats. But the last few years they have been changing up the classes to include cars all the way up to 1970 and newer Super Cars. This year the special classes included - Jet-Age Station Wagons, Micro Cars, Sling Shot Rails, Vintage Three Wheelers, Trans-Am Race Cars, and Jaguar vs. Corvette. Here is the website http://concoursusa.org/

  • 1959 Mercury Colony Park

    shared by alburnkat on 2012-08-14

    Concours d'Elegance of America at St. Johns. This has always been a very upscale and somewhat snobby car show. There has always been a Duesenberg class or two, and everything is the highest quality of early vintage automobiles. We're talking everyone wearing Seersucker Suits and Straw Hats. But the last few years they have been changing up the classes to include cars all the way up to 1970 and newer Super Cars. This year the special classes included - Jet-Age Station Wagons, Micro Cars, Sling Shot Rails, Vintage Three Wheelers, Trans-Am Race Cars, and Jaguar vs. Corvette. Here is the website http://concoursusa.org/

  • 1961 Chrysler New Yorker Town & Country

    shared by alburnkat on 2012-08-14

    Concours d'Elegance of America at St. Johns. This has always been a very upscale and somewhat snobby car show. There has always been a Duesenberg class or two, and everything is the highest quality of early vintage automobiles. We're talking everyone wearing Seersucker Suits and Straw Hats. But the last few years they have been changing up the classes to include cars all the way up to 1970 and newer Super Cars. This year the special classes included - Jet-Age Station Wagons, Micro Cars, Sling Shot Rails, Vintage Three Wheelers, Trans-Am Race Cars, and Jaguar vs. Corvette. Here is the website http://concoursusa.org/

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  • 1959 Cadillac Broadmoor Skyview

    shared by alburnkat on 2012-08-14

    Concours d'Elegance of America at St. Johns. This has always been a very upscale and somewhat snobby car show. There has always been a Duesenberg class or two, and everything is the highest quality of early vintage automobiles. We're talking everyone wearing Seersucker Suits and Straw Hats. But the last few years they have been changing up the classes to include cars all the way up to 1970 and newer Super Cars. This year the special classes included - Jet-Age Station Wagons, Micro Cars, Sling Shot Rails, Vintage Three Wheelers, Trans-Am Race Cars, and Jaguar vs. Corvette. Here is the website http://concoursusa.org/

  • 1958 Packard Wagon

    shared by alburnkat on 2012-08-14

    Concours d'Elegance of America at St. Johns. This has always been a very upscale and somewhat snobby car show. There has always been a Duesenberg class or two, and everything is the highest quality of early vintage automobiles. We're talking everyone wearing Seersucker Suits and Straw Hats. But the last few years they have been changing up the classes to include cars all the way up to 1970 and newer Super Cars. This year the special classes included - Jet-Age Station Wagons, Micro Cars, Sling Shot Rails, Vintage Three Wheelers, Trans-Am Race Cars, and Jaguar vs. Corvette. Here is the website http://concoursusa.org/

  • Use Two 110 Films on a 35mm Camera for Crazy Awesome Shots

    written by dvzncndo on 2013-05-15 in #gear #tipster
    Use Two 110 Films on a 35mm Camera for Crazy Awesome Shots

    So there are a lot of tipsters and hacks on the web for using 35mm film on different format cameras, so I went and tried using 110 on a 35mm camera, and this is pretty much what I got on my first try. It’s a bit of a process, but it’s also lots of fun, then again, what in Lomography isn't?

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  • Pinhole Photography: Medium Format Cigar Box Pinhole

    written by sandravo on 2013-05-09 in #gear #tipster
    Pinhole Photography: Medium Format Cigar Box Pinhole

    I have never been really interested in pinhole photography. No reason, just never gave it much thought. But having enjoyed yesterdays pinhole workshop at the Lomography store in Antwerp, and it recently being world pinhole photography day, I thought I'd give it a shot and build my own medium format cigar box camera!

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    shared by migueld on 2009-07-11

  • This film wants to be developed in E6 , doesn't…

    shared by kleeblatt on 2013-05-11

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  • Holga - Using Coloured Filters

    written by yarn on 2013-05-10 in #gear #tipster
    Holga - Using Coloured Filters

    Ever wondered how to use coloured filters for your black and white holga shots, and what effects they have? I have the answer for you

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  • Jacob

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  • Tussock

    shared by yarn on 2013-04-29

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  • tree

    shared by -vali- on 2013-05-07

    1st try..please be kind

  • Doubling your Fun with Double Exposures: Master the Technique

    written by anafaro on 2012-08-31 in #gear #tipster
    Doubling your Fun with Double Exposures: Master the Technique

    Double exposures can create an alternate perception of reality and truly unique results. You can get amazing doubles simply by chance, but you might increase your chances of getting truly satisfying results if you plan a little bit in advance. I'll leave you with my tips for successfully creating double exposures, just after the jump!

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  • A Guide to Steel Wool Lightpainting

    written by math0165 on 2013-04-01 in #gear #tipster
    A Guide to Steel Wool Lightpainting

    Ever wanted to cause some mischief in the night? In this tipster, I'll explain the do's and don'ts of steel wool lightpainting, so you can go out and create some pretty cool photos, and feel like a total badass while doing so.

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  • Long Exposure Any Time of Day

    written by sergio_m on 2010-12-24 in #gear #tipster
    Long Exposure Any Time of Day

    Are you addicted to long exposure shots? don't limit yourself only to night time. This guide will show you what you need to take those blurry motion pictures even on bright day.

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  • Pinhole Rocket: Making a Film Box Panoramic Pinhole Camera

    written by lostlittlekid on 2013-01-31 in #gear #tipster
    Pinhole Rocket: Making a Film Box Panoramic Pinhole Camera

    Updating my previous tipster, I'm going to show you how to turn an otherwise useless film box into a super wide panoramic camera! With exposed sprockets too?!! Go grab a film box now!!!

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  • Basic Nature Photography Tips

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-03-26 in #gear #tipster
    Basic Nature Photography Tips

    Spring is one of the best seasons to head outdoors and look for beautiful sceneries to capture on film. Today, I bring you some of my personal tips when trying out nature photography, and hopefully, it can help you take better photos whatever the season or condition you have at the moment!

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  • Stop Throwing Away Your Pictures! How to Reclaim Your Negatives with Fuji 100C and 3000B Pack Film

    written by chocochipcookie on 2013-04-11 in #gear #tipster
    Stop Throwing Away Your Pictures! How to Reclaim Your Negatives with Fuji 100C and 3000B Pack Film

    Keeping our world clean is sometimes a challenge, especially when it comes to photography (film containers, photo chemicals etc.), but Lomography member chocochipcookie shows you how you can double your picture count and keep that negative out of a landfill!

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