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Turn an Old Mirror into a Frame!

Your precious Lomographs are great to look at on their own. With an old mirror, a bit of paint and a little time, you can flaunt your photo as a finer piece of home décor and make an absolute spectacle out of it!

The Serpentine Lake - A Place To Escape

If you are in need of a little breather from the concrete, steel and glass jungle that is London enjoy an oasis in the middle of London’s Hyde Park, The Serpentine.

Some Tips on Taking Street Snap Shots

For years, I have gone from here to there on foot, with a camera on my hand, collecting stories of everyday happenstance. Here are some lessons the streets have taught me.

Filmswap - Doubles for Sharing

How to achieve accurate filmswaps, to share a roll with any lomofriend.

Sprockets on the Level

This simple "mod" will help you compose your Sprocket Rocket shots.

Yashica Electro 35GTN

A black version of Yashica Electro 35 GSN with aperture priority. I guess everyone have heard of rangefinder camera. But I don’t think everyone know how it function exactly. Rangefinder cameras allow the photographer to measure the distance precisely and capture a photo which is sharp in focus. In the center of viewfinder, you will see two images, when object is in focus; the two image will overlapped and become one image as you turn the focus ring. So, let me introduce the Yashica Electro 35GTN range finder camera to all of you!

Yashica Electro 35 GSN

The Yashica Electro 35 GSN is a coupled-rangefinder, leaf-shuttered 35mm camera with aperture-priority automatic exposure camera.

Sprocket Rocket – Simple but Unlimited!

At first glance on the Sprocket Rocket, it seems to be a very simple camera – two settings of aperture (cloudy and sunny) and two settings for shutter speed (1/100s and B). On second thought, it would be an amazing machine with unlimited possibilities!

Sprocket Rocket: Have a 'Lift-off' of Your Own!

In Oct, I was intrigued by the news that Lomogrpahy.com is launching yet another new camera. Having bought the Spinner 360, I was thinking to myself: What can trump that? I can't be more wrong as I vowed to lay my hands on the sparkling Sprocket Rocket when it was launched.

Sprocket Rocket as a Travel Companion

It was a little too late to try out my new Sprocket Rocket as it arrived only a couple of days before my vacation. I decided to take a risk and make it my main camera during my 1 week trip to Taiwan and ...

Angular Momentum- Shoot with the Sprocket Rocket

The camera itself looks very retro, it reminds me of some old vintage cameras, but the inner life of the camera is equipped with the finest lomographic details. After I tested the new sprocket rocket camera for a long time, I can only say that it is ready now for a trip to outerspace – to the sprocket universe.

My new Sprocket Rocket camera

The new Sprocket Rocket is going to get all Lomographers and analogue photographers to start talking. After testing it, I am absolutely convinced that the future is analogue. Long life to the Sprocket Rocket!

Go Panoramic With Sprocket Rocket!

The retro look, the wide panoramic format, sprocket holes.....what more could you possibly ask for!? Sprocket Rocket will rock your world!

North Shore Road Trippin'

With the price of gas so high, a short but scenic road trip around the north shores of Oahu becomes a special treat. Cameras, snacks, and film loaded let's press play on the iPod and enjoy.

Kodak Ektachrome EPL (120 iso400) - Surprisingly vibrant colors!

After trying out a lot of slides and negatives, I would like to strongly recommend Kodak Ektachrome EPL as it always produces strong vibrant colors!

Play With Your Negatives

That’s right, you heard it! Sometimes it’s ok not to think too much about what camera to use, which settings you apply and the angle that you pick! Instead let your film have some fun! And certainly, there are many ways on how you can make a film enjoy such thing like this one I did.

Tipster of the Day: Please, Don't Cut the Negatives!

As much as you would nag the photolab personnel about not colour correcting your precious Lomographs everytime (that you thought it should be the 11th "Lomographic Golden Rule":http://www.lomography.com/about/index_rules.php), not letting them to cut your negatives came close to being the 12th because of this:

Probando la Sprocket con un Fuji de 100 caducado!! ole!

100 Photos That Left You Speechless

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.

The Mijonju Show

We all have our own prized collection of analogue cameras at home but Mijonju is definitely one of a kind! He has a regular web video on youtube that proudly showcases and reviews new and old acquisitions. We exchanged a few words with him and here's what this collector has to say!

Canon Canonet 28

You all heard about the great Canonet QL17, but what about cheaper version the Canonet 28? is it worth the money? check it out!

Canon Canonet QL17 G-III: Poor Man's Leica

Can be found easily, compact, easy to load, automatic or manual override, and equipped with fast and sharp lens make it one of the best and affordable rangefinder camera ever made. Some people call it poor man's Leica.

Lomo Case for No Mo' money

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?

Mijonju Reviews the Lomography Sprocket Rocket

You may know him already from his reviews about the Lomography Spinner 360˚ or the DigitaLIZA. But for those who don’t, Michel Jones a.k.a Mijonju is the camera whizz-kid behind "The Mijonju Show", a Youtube channel showcasing all the best and latest in analogue photography. Recently, Mijonju talked on his show about the newest family member of the Lomography family, the Sprocket Rocket! Here’s what he had to say:

Lomography Sprocket Rocket - Beauty not Beast

Finally! A panoramic 35mm camera that weighs 10 times lighter than the Horizon! A big fan of panorama, but a foe of heavyweights, the Sprockets Rocket answered my prayer. And the best part of it all, like its name suggests, it shoots sprockets! How cool is that?

Topaz Leung Shoots with Lomography Sprocket Rocket

Topaz Leung is a Hong Kong based photographer, snapshot & design fanatic. Her works, including travel, fashion, commercial and film stills, have appeared in numerous popular local magazines. Let's check out her most recent adventure with the Sprocket Rocket!

Sprocket Rocket: Panoramic Sprocket Madness

A declaration of love of panorama, sprockets, cross processing, multiple exposures and redscale, all from one lightweight camera!

Invite Your Friends Rumble Winners Announcement

Friends were invited, friends joined in on the craze, and now, prizes are to be given away all around! Here's the lucky winners of our Invite Your Friends Rumble!

Stir Fried Chestnuts (TaiChung, Taiwan)

There are not many places left where one can eat chestnuts that are stir fried manually. If you like to eat stir fried chestnuts, you must check out this stall managed by an old couple. Other delicacies they sell include roasted sweet potatoes, and vegetarian smelly tofu. I will try those on my next visit.

Scratch It when It's Crap!

You've got pictures that you sorted out, but you don't have the heart to throw them away? Then here comes a dead right tipster for you!

(Requested Location: St. Valentine – Rome) My Roman Holiday!

During my recent Roman Holiday, I visited some of the world-famous landmarks in Rome. These three landmarks are featured in the 1953 Paramount film "Roman Holiday" starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Read on to find out what they are!

A Beginner's Guide to Tilt Shift Photography Part 2

If you want some crazy tilt to your photography you have two choices - spend a fortune on an expensive professional lens or build your own. It's easy, honest!

The Diana Mini and Kodak 400CN B+W in Paris!

The Lomography UK team paid a visit to the Lomography France team, and we couldn't resist taking along the Diana Mini, with some moody black and white film to capture chic and beautiful Paris!