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Stop-Motion Animation: Mary and Max

Stop-motion animation is a technique used in order to make characters appear to move on their own. The characters are moved in very small increments and are photographed. Each frame is then put together to create a moving picture. Let's take a look at Mary and Max, a stop-motion animation film that was screened at the Sundance Film Festival in 2009.

Lomography x Agnes Obel: The Riverside Rumble

Agnes Obel is one of Europe's biggest female musicians. Her album Philharmonics has gone platinum in France and Belgium, and triple platinum in Denmark! Now we have teamed up with her to bring you a competition inspired by her beautiful single Riverside.

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The Ultimate Guide to Create Your Own 35mm Pinhole Camera

For October's feature from PhotoTuts+, we'll be learning how to create our very own pinhole camera in detail!

Magdalena Wosinska: California Street Style

Magdalena Wosinka. Not just a Polish name. Her lifestyle photography has a unique taste of California: sun, naked people, musicians, skaters, celebrities, etc. Her pictures are the result of a skateboarder turned into a photographer who wants to make models feel really at ease.

Dutch Record Stores - #1 Record Palace, Amsterdam

Record Palace is the first shop I’ve covered for my Lomography record store series. It’s located at the Weteringschans and carries a wide selection of jazz, soul and rock records. Record Palace is owned by Jan. Not only tourists, students and regulars, but also well known artists stop by to visit his shop.

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Hitchcock's Lost Reels

Sir Alfred Hitchcock was a celebrated British director whose works include 'Vertigo', 'Psycho' and 'To Catch a Thief'. The New Zealand Film Archive, together with the National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF), revealed Hitchcock’s lost work, The White Shadow. Read more about the discovery.

Stereoscopic Cameras

Stereoscopic cameras that give the viewer the ability to make 3D pictures have been around for a long time. Read on for a brief history and to see what's up next in the world of multi-dimensional photography.

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FIRST ATTEMPT WITH ROLLEI IR
Old Window of a Police Station in a Small Czech Town
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