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Multiple Exposures with Flowers!

The Multiple Exposure (MX) technique is one method to create some of the most unique photos know to Lomographers! We all love MX, but what are the techniques? Flowers are my favorite subject for MX. I often mix them with landscapes, old factories, trees and so on. Now, let's take a look at how we can create those wonderful images!

Secrets to a Great Multiple Exposure Revealed!

Multiple exposures or MX is one of the main highlights of lomography. It's fun, creative and often ends up with mind-blowing results. But it's not just all about pressing your shutter more than once. There are also some technical tips that you must keep in mind. This guide is filled with guidelines to help both newbie and the semi-newbie lomographers alike to get that perfect MX shot.

Lomography-Inspired Illustrations by Kitt Santos

We've just managed to come down from the high brought by all the lovely responses to the Belair X 6-12, but now, we're on our way up again, thanks to this Belair-inspired illustration from Kitt Santos!

Like You've Never Seen Singapore Before

If I could have any supernatural power it'd be to have the ability to have access to my entire memory as one would do with a time-machine or supercomputer. We're not quite there yet, but you can still create an imaginary world with your memory with your film-camera. Singapore's Lomographers utilize different techniques, such as MX, double-exposure, and light-painting to transport us to alternate planes of their city!

La Sardina D.I.Y Illustration Workshop by @kittsantos

Top Photo Uploaders of September 2012

Let's admit it, without all these amazing Lomographs, we won't have this Community we currently roam and live in!

Enter the Sardine Can: A Sneak Peek at the La Sardina Wardrobe Exhibition Singapore

Who's ready to get their art freak on at the Lomography Gallery Store Singapore this Friday? Lest y'all die of anticipation, we're gonna give you eager beavers a glimpse of what to expect at the La Sardina Wardrobe Exhibition Opening Party. Enter the prismatic realm of the sardine can and dive in, fishies!

Workshop Highlights: 'Illustrate Your Traits' La Sardina DIY Workshop by Kitt Santos

Imagine a can of sardines. Instead of fish, tightly packed inside is creativity. The launch of Lomography's new La Sardina DIY gave a way for kids to unleash their inner artist. With its customizable body, anyone can experiment with different materials and mediums. The "Illustrate Your Traits" workshop was definitely an awesome way for me to share what I love doing: watercolor painting!

The Black, Solid, and Sexy Yashica FX-3

Solid build, rugged, and strong! Its shutter sounds very solid with the "clack". Still a great performer ever since the 1970's. Images are sharp and crisp.

Hong Kong Fun with Yashica FX-3
My last two weeks in Bangkok
trecking time...

The Analogue Reader: First Edition Covers of 10 Popular Classics

We've recently given you, our fellow analogue readers, the challenge of presenting your own takes on your favorite books' covers using your lomographs. If you have classics among your favorite novels, you might be interested about how they looked at first print. Take a look after the jump!

La Sardina Wardrobe Exhibition Singapore

Think customization is the greatest ways to express yourself? The Lomography Gallery Store Singapore brings you a solid month of DIY Madness to culminate in the grand "La Sardina Wardrobe Exhibition" where 11 customized cameras by local artists will be exhibited. We've got Rumbles, Workshops, and even a Battle in store!

“Illustrate Your Traits” La Sardina DIY Workshop

Each and every one of us is special in our own way, so why not accentuate our uniqueness through illustration? Join us for this workshop as we help you to discover your own individual illustrative style. Be it with the fine lines of drawing pens and graphite pencils or the expressive brush strokes of Chinese ink and acrylic paint blots, you’ll be spoilt for choice!

rio de janeiro/verão 2011.