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  • LC-A X-Pro Chrome

    shared by dont_think on 2011-02-02

    first roll with the X-Pro Chrome 100

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  • Rock eye of Mount Batok

    shared by ucinz on 2012-09-30

    Double exposure of Mount Batok

  • #15345999

    shared by i_am_four-eyes on 2012-02-12

    I've been shooting with Lomo friends on Go wild on Valentine's double exposure theme last Saturday!... Still doubt about what went wrong with the animal mask patterns ! It wasn't turn out at all : ( http://www.lomography.co.th/magazine/events/2012/01/18/go-wild-on-valentine-workshop

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  • LomoTrip with ecchymoses to Kinderdijk

    shared by mephisto19 on 2012-02-13

    La Sardina loaded with Kodak EB

  • LomoTrip with ecchymoses to Kinderdijk

    shared by mephisto19 on 2012-02-13

    La Sardina loaded with Kodak EB

  • Doubles with Mephisto19!

    shared by tomkiddo on 2012-01-22

    Doubles with Mephisto19! Mephisto19: La Sardina, The Netherlands. Tomkiddo(me): Pentax SP500, Malaysia. Also check out the blue doubles with Mephisto19: http://www.lomography.com/homes/mephisto19/albums/1803122-2012-01-doubles-with-tomkiddo-agfa-ct Visit Mephisto19's home: http://www.lomography.com/homes/mephisto19

  • #15031719

    shared by valenia on 2012-01-03

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  • #11727126

    shared by fruchtzwerg_hh on 2010-08-24

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  • Iceland

    shared by sergio_m on 2010-12-15

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  • #11688887

    shared by xjimmyleungx on 2010-08-15

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    shared by xjimmyleungx on 2010-08-15

  • HIKING! never ending hiking....

    shared by joyceyjoyce on 2011-12-08

    lucky to live in seoul which is surrounded by beautiful mountains! AND to eat all the food that goes with hiking!

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  • #14974264

    shared by pussylove on 2011-12-25

    Lomowalk with my Lovebird, Taka172cm! ;)

  • #15033455

    shared by victoroh on 2012-01-03

  • Windmill in Nijmegen

    shared by ohpleasedontgo on 2011-11-26

    When I came to live in the Netherlands seven years ago, I lived next to this windmill during the first six weeks. I could see the mill rotating from my bed.

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  • Lomo X Tungsten first roll!

    shared by shuttersentinel17 on 2011-11-12

    With Zenit EM Moskva 80 around Nottingham. Love the colours!

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  • ¡Nieve!

    shared by lilithmoon on 2011-12-30

    Tarde en la que visitamos Escuaín y el valle de Pineta todo nevadito! Nos lo pasamos muy bien disfrutando de la nieve, si es que somos como niños. =D Utilicé el X Tungsten y creo que no fue muy buena elección... y las fotos no reflejan lo bonito que era el paisaje.

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  • Un Día cualquiera

    shared by lilithmoon on 2011-11-16

    El café del mediodía,la tarde con los compañeros de oficina, mi vuelta a casa, el amanecer desde el balcón de casa, el trayecto por el born para ir a la embajada de lomography... Esas instantáneas que nos suceden en la rutina de un día cualquiera....

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  • #14882685

    shared by fotoglove on 2011-12-11

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    shared by fotoglove on 2011-12-11

  • #14882610

    shared by fotoglove on 2011-12-11

  • #6187980

    shared by blancarleal on 2009-11-19

    Catedral de Burgos

  • Bringing Lomography to Your School

    written by meitads on 2011-12-10 in #lifestyle
    Bringing Lomography to Your School

    As it is our last year in high school, a couple of my friends and I decided to start a Lomography club at school. The result? New friends, new experiences, and loads of analogue fun!

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  • My beoved Diana went to Paris...

    shared by susielomovitz on 2011-04-19

    and she loved it!

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  • #6119124

    shared by saviorjosh on 2009-10-16

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  • #13662923

    shared by fotoglove on 2011-06-29

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  • #11534120

    shared by fotoglove on 2010-07-07

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  • #14021454

    shared by suizidekid on 2011-08-13

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  • #12389803

    shared by fotoglove on 2011-01-05

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  • #14447584

    shared by bravebird on 2011-10-11

    In the big and exclusive shopping mall GUM

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  • Moscow Myths

    shared by neja on 2011-03-17

    In my “MOSCOW MYTHS“ project, I have found a way of photographing and reinterpreting the past as the present. While subsequently returning to visit Moscow between 2004 and 2009, I have been keen to explore the current obsession with everything Russian: decomposing remains of the Soviet Union, Kremlin stars, fur hats and Rodchenko posters. Shot on film using the double exposure technique with a variety of cameras, from the Canon Ae-1 to the Lomo Kompakt Automat the images are also cross processed to give vibrant and highly saturated colours.

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  • #13279128

    shared by alessiab on 2011-05-11

  • #283823

    shared by herrspecht on 2009-04-09

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  • #12326999

    shared by alessiab on 2010-12-24

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  • Moscow Myths

    shared by neja on 2011-03-17

    In my “MOSCOW MYTHS“ project, I have found a way of photographing and reinterpreting the past as the present. While subsequently returning to visit Moscow between 2004 and 2009, I have been keen to explore the current obsession with everything Russian: decomposing remains of the Soviet Union, Kremlin stars, fur hats and Rodchenko posters. Shot on film using the double exposure technique with a variety of cameras, from the Canon Ae-1 to the Lomo Kompakt Automat the images are also cross processed to give vibrant and highly saturated colours.

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  • #11489493

    shared by rosebud82 on 2010-06-25

  • #111094

    shared by nicksholga on 2008-11-25

  • tidung island

    shared by 08thzolt on 2011-04-24

    Tidung Island is part of Thousand islands located in the western South. The island which is part of Jakarta consists of two islands, namely Tidung, Tidung Big and small. To achieve this, we can go from the port of Muara Angke, which is located in Jakarta, using the public boat with rates USD3,3. From Muara angke, boats leave every morning at 07.15 Western Indonesian Time. About 3 hours we can arrive in Pulau Tidung but dont worry about boredom because along the way the island would be an interesting scene, including a group of birds that catch fish in the sea. Arriving at the port of Great Tidung, we can walked toward the inn. The fee from $20-$30/night, its very cheap. ^o^ In this island we can rent bikes/day with $1/bike. But we must becareful among these bikes there is no brakes function properly. haha lol Biking on this island is fairly easy and very interesting, because, although the terrain of flat roads, even houses in the area of paying block road, the view left and right most row of palm trees and green pine beautiful. Along the road infrastructure is also seen quite a neat and orderly. Great Tidung satisfied around, the bridge that connects the island with Tidung small. The bridge made of wood form the many twists and curves along hundreds of meters. The bridge is the best place to swing away with the charm of Tidung island as a whole. Tidung area and headed for the bridge, souvernir shop that sells various kinds of handicrafts and souvenirs typical tidung island. A few hundred yards from the store there is a long road to the right as the best spot you can enjoy the sunset and sunrise.

  • My Own Intention

    shared by istionojr on 2011-05-26

    Why I took LC-A+ Wide Angle Lens because so much things running on my mind that prefer it than the gorgeous new LC-Wide. Umm or just time will tell?

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  • #14506195

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506285

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

  • #14803915

    shared by res on 2011-11-29

  • The Essen Taste of Lomography: LomoFood Competition

    written by biri on 2011-12-05 in #competitions
    The Essen Taste of Lomography: LomoFood Competition

    Essen, A taste Magazine, sits down the table with Lomography again. While sipping hot tea and tasting delicious pastries, guess what we've managed to come up with?

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  • #11750918

    shared by sarahboat on 2010-08-29

    These were shot in Germany and America. Our theme was proper nouns.

  • #13830776

    shared by pinkpix on 2011-07-20

    Metropolis festival

  • #2446469

    shared by miss_behavin on 2009-06-08

    One of my very first Fisheye 2 pics :)

  • #14474424

    shared by rianieve on 2011-10-15

  • #14474421

    shared by rianieve on 2011-10-15

  • #14474425

    shared by rianieve on 2011-10-15

  • #14756952

    shared by meitads on 2011-11-22