Want to be the best mate in the world? Then win an epic break for you and ALL your mates to your choice of YHA hostel in the UK! Take your mates away for an adventure, snap it all on film, and keep the memories forever. How can you be this generous genius? Just enter your photos into our rumble!
We're looking for the top photo of the beautiful continent of Asia. Relive your journeys to Asia while you sort through your photos charged with memories from your time there or, relive your day-to-day life from living in one of the more populated cities in our planet!
Nothing is ever truly black and white, and this is proven by the winners of our The Zone System Rumble! Check out the different kinds of zones between the two opposites after the jump! And no, there aren't 50 shades of grey here.
A group of funky Japanese artists created the "rrrrrrrroll" project. They took half a year to photograph many "Whirling" themed photos. Be it a girl whirling by herself or an object whirling, these are animated photos, representing the concept of temporal flow.
This week, we’re giving you the chance to earn prize Piggy Points to spend in the Lomography Online Shop. With 4 main challenges and 1 bonus round, you could earn up to 25 Piggy Points in just 5 days! Read on for details of the tasks and get started with the analogue marathon!
Wild at Heart, Buffalo 66, Paris,Texas, Secretary, Lost in Translation... It's hard to select only ten tittles -- at least for me. But actually what I wanted to share with you today are my favorite photographic films!
A 44-day trip to Europe with my LC-Wide opened my eyes to films. I have never derived so much satisfaction and thrill from taking, developing, and anticipating photos. And suddenly digital was part of my past, and it was effortless.
To celebrate another addition to the ever growing family of Lomography cameras, particularly the LC-A family, we would like to invite you to this rumble where we ask what your LC-A means to you.
Looking at Natsumi Hayashi's amazing self portraits where she captures herself floating you'd think it is all done with the aid of Photoshop, right? Wrong! Read on to see how she manages to pull it off.
A railway station in the middle of the urban city that has a history dating back to the independence of Singapore, which possesses beautiful interior designs from the past. Tanjong Pagar railway station, which is also called Keppel Road railway station or Singapore railway station, was operated by Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) until recently, ceased in train services. The building structure held very beautiful interior designs, which include pictures or statues on the walls and nice, gigantic glass panels of windows around the ticketing area.