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  • Bottle Cap Camera Tripod

    written by cruzron on 2014-01-13 in #gear #tipster
    Bottle Cap Camera Tripod

    Yes, we know that tripods are cumbersome, but they are a necessary evil. Make things easier and simpler with this little DIY hack!

  • Joel Cooper’s Stunning Origami Masks

    written by chooolss on 2013-11-13 in #lifestyle
    Joel Cooper’s Stunning Origami Masks

    While most of us would produce flowers and animals given a single sheet of paper to fold, American origami artist Joel Cooper can create wonderful masks that look as if they were woven using countless strips of paper!

  • Adorable snaps from Toyokazu Nagano's 'Kiss Me Please' Project will melt your heart

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-08-06 in #lifestyle
    Adorable snaps from Toyokazu Nagano's 'Kiss Me Please' Project will melt your heart

    The photography world has been abuzz over the beautiful snaps taken by a Japanese photographer for his ongoing series, and once you've taken a look, it's easy to understand why. Read on to take a look at the adorable photos and find out more about them!

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  • #303452

    shared by jackievision on 2009-04-27

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  • Guilty Pleasures - Blue Camera Edition

    written by aistej on 2013-07-08 in #competitions

    It's summer time and we love the blue skies, waters and cameras! So, let us know which blue Lomography camera gets your heart racing and palms sweaty for your chance to win some piggies.

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  • #16053220

    shared by bravebird on 2012-05-13

    My first roll with an EIR, used with yellow and orange filters

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  • #16053219

    shared by bravebird on 2012-05-13

    My first roll with an EIR, used with yellow and orange filters

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  • Mes fotos de la lomotrobada!

    shared by lilithmoon on 2013-03-27

    Fotos estenopeicas del lomowalk por Martorell. =)

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  • Vanishing XPRO point

    shared by -l-l-l- on 2010-06-29

    Battlefield homemade pinhole camera. Xpro Velvia 50 pushed@100 Xpro Astia 100F Xpro Provia 100

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  • poor result -- only 2 out of 12 photos are nice ,…

    shared by kleeblatt on 2011-10-24

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  • #11310080

    shared by mephisto19 on 2010-05-09

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  • Home developed C41 and Diana Multi Pinhole…

    shared by lighthouseblues on 2012-05-14

    Finally I did it!! I'm so proud.... For months, I've been hesitating, dare I or dare I not ..... Develop my own C41 .... So finally I did it anyway, and it happened to be my first roll of Diana Pinhole Operator. Development results, I am very happy with, and my Diana Pinhole and I will most likely feel comfortable together ... Eventually .....

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  • one of my favourite cameras , the Holga Wide…

    shared by kleeblatt on 2013-03-18

    I think I hadn't used it for at least one year , so it was time to take it out . These buildings ( Gehry ) seemed to be perfect for a little pinhole shooting :-) hope you like the results !

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  • one of my favourite cameras , the Holga Wide…

    shared by kleeblatt on 2013-03-18

    I think I hadn't used it for at least one year , so it was time to take it out . These buildings ( Gehry ) seemed to be perfect for a little pinhole shooting :-) hope you like the results !

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  • dahlia / pinhole

    shared by kleeblatt on 2011-10-01

    my favourite pinhole :-)

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  • 500 Most Popular Photos (So Far) for 2013 (Part 5)

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-03-31 in #news
    500 Most Popular Photos (So Far) for 2013 (Part 5)

    To celebrate our latest milestone of reaching 500,000 likes on Facebook, we would like to showcase throughout the week the 500 most popular photos to date, as judged by you, our beloved community members! If you've seen the 400 beautiful lomographs of 2013 that we have previously shared, you must be super curious to see the final 100 lomographs on the roster! So, what are you waiting for? Read on!

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  • Scanning Film Using Your Mobile Phone or Tablet PC

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-09-24 in #gear #tipster
    Scanning Film Using Your Mobile Phone or Tablet PC

    Do you have rolls and rolls of processed films waiting to be scanned, but you can't attend to it because your flatbed scanner doesn't support film? Well, PetaPixel says you can work with that scanner if you have a large-screen mobile phone or tablet! Find out how in this article!

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  • 9 Tips for a Perfect Portrait Background

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-08-28 in #gear #tipster
    9 Tips for a Perfect Portrait Background

    Flatter your portrait subject with the perfect background, even if you don’t have professional backdrops or lighting. A little exposure and composition know-how can get you a long way toward a beautiful portrait background.

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  • Self Process

    shared by reiga on 2012-07-23

    at last, here my various BW shots, doing self process, using Micro FM as Developer and Acifix as Fixer. Quite Dramatic Results

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  • olivia dewi

    shared by gendis on 2012-06-10

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  • Tipster of the Week: Tastes Like a Decaf

    written by satomi on 2009-11-29 in #gear #tipster
    Tipster of the Week: Tastes Like a Decaf

    Most of us use a variety of cameras and different films in order to actualise whatever that is we have perceived or, at most times, to surprise ourselves. Intentional or not, either way, it doesn’t matter because there is love in analogue! – And this is what our Tipster has to share with us this week!

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  • Mask It!

    written by satomi on 2010-11-29 in #gear #tipster
    Mask It!

    Add your own flavor to your Lomographs!

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  • #11620064

    shared by susielomovitz on 2010-07-29

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  • #11191159

    shared by satomi on 2010-04-07

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  • 365 Day Pinhole Exposure of the Toronto Skyline

    written by xxxanderrr on 2012-01-31 in #news
    365 Day Pinhole Exposure of the Toronto Skyline

    A Toronto photographer decided to make a 365-day exposure of the Toronto Skyline. Impressed with the idea? Read on to find out more!

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  • #12825809

    shared by juditto on 2011-03-19

    All these photos had not scanned by the lab because of some inscrutable reasons or some of them had been scanned by weird ways. So i decided to buy a brand-new scanner for myself and i did it and i found my old rolls and scanned them and here is the results and so on..

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  • #11641266

    shared by alexandrak on 2010-08-04

  • #6275732

    shared by maximum_b on 2009-12-29

  • Stunt Photography by Li Wei

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-03-28 in #lifestyle
    Stunt Photography by Li Wei

    What do you get when you give a stuntman a camera? Cleverly-produced acrobatic photos, no doubt! Chinese artist and modern illusionist Li Wei creates seemingly impossible set-ups for his improbable images seen below. Take note that Photoshop was NOT used!

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  • #12274020

    shared by lawypop on 2010-12-13

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  • DIY Cable Release for the Diana F+

    written by pfingstroeschen on 2012-02-23 in #gear #tipster
    DIY Cable Release for the Diana F+

    Do you want to shoot self-portraits with your Diana F+? But the Diana cable release is too short and longer ones are too expensive for you? No problem, you can simply make your own diy cable release. All you need is a stable tripod and a string.

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  • Tipster of the Week: Melt That Plastic in Your Camera!

    written by shoujoai on 2010-07-04 in #gear #tipster
    Tipster of the Week: Melt That Plastic in Your Camera!

    How to make beautiful borders for your Diana pictures with just a few pices of plastic, tape, and a lighter!

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  • #12169298

    shared by francismueller on 2010-11-22

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  • LomoWalk after work

    shared by roberteaton on 2012-03-24

    lc-a+ / Kodak Elitechrome 100

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  • back again

    shared by jennson on 2012-03-24

    with some more shots from spain, took a walk to cala san pedro. after no scanning and shooting for more than 3 month i hope i have more time again now...

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  • Some Tips on Redscale

    written by russheath on 2012-02-24 in #gear #tipster
    Some Tips on Redscale

    If you love a limited color palette and shades of red, you've likely already discovered redscale film. Despite a simple concept, the range of achievable results with this inexpensive film is huge. Read on for a few simple tips!

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  • Show Your Films by Candlelight

    written by blancarleal on 2012-02-07 in #gear #tipster
    Show Your Films by Candlelight

    If you have some film negatives in your drawer that didn't make you very happy, it's time to bring it to the light. You can create a very analogue environment with this tipster!

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  • By the Wey #11

    shared by buckshot on 2011-08-26

    From a series of shots taken along the River Wey, in Surrey, UK. This was a really fun outing, as I was shooting alternately with the slow, cumbersome, unpredictable yet fascinating Lomo Lubitel 166B medium-format camera alongside my c.1997-purchased Nikon F50 35mm SLR with zoom lenses, built-in lightmeter and all the bells and whistles (but in fully manual mode, natch). The contrast between these two cameras is staggering, but they're equally fun to shoot with, and both yielded satisfactory results on this occasion (despite some hassles with a sticky shutter release and inaccurate close-range focusing on the Lomo). You could argue, of course (and I would agree), that the Nikon is not particularly 'lomo', but it's 100% analogue, so I don't feel too bad about including these shots on this site - I know you're a very forgiving community! ;-)

  • By the Wey #12

    shared by buckshot on 2011-08-26

    From a series of shots taken along the River Wey, in Surrey, UK. This was a really fun outing, as I was shooting alternately with the slow, cumbersome, unpredictable yet fascinating Lomo Lubitel 166B medium-format camera alongside my c.1997-purchased Nikon F50 35mm SLR with zoom lenses, built-in lightmeter and all the bells and whistles (but in fully manual mode, natch). The contrast between these two cameras is staggering, but they're equally fun to shoot with, and both yielded satisfactory results on this occasion (despite some hassles with a sticky shutter release and inaccurate close-range focusing on the Lomo). You could argue, of course (and I would agree), that the Nikon is not particularly 'lomo', but it's 100% analogue, so I don't feel too bad about including these shots on this site - I know you're a very forgiving community! ;-)

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  • By the Wey #13

    shared by buckshot on 2011-08-26

    From a series of shots taken along the River Wey, in Surrey, UK. This was a really fun outing, as I was shooting alternately with the slow, cumbersome, unpredictable yet fascinating Lomo Lubitel 166B medium-format camera alongside my c.1997-purchased Nikon F50 35mm SLR with zoom lenses, built-in lightmeter and all the bells and whistles (but in fully manual mode, natch). The contrast between these two cameras is staggering, but they're equally fun to shoot with, and both yielded satisfactory results on this occasion (despite some hassles with a sticky shutter release and inaccurate close-range focusing on the Lomo). You could argue, of course (and I would agree), that the Nikon is not particularly 'lomo', but it's 100% analogue, so I don't feel too bad about including these shots on this site - I know you're a very forgiving community! ;-)

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  • By the Wey #14

    shared by buckshot on 2011-08-26

    From a series of shots taken along the River Wey, in Surrey, UK. This was a really fun outing, as I was shooting alternately with the slow, cumbersome, unpredictable yet fascinating Lomo Lubitel 166B medium-format camera alongside my c.1997-purchased Nikon F50 35mm SLR with zoom lenses, built-in lightmeter and all the bells and whistles (but in fully manual mode, natch). The contrast between these two cameras is staggering, but they're equally fun to shoot with, and both yielded satisfactory results on this occasion (despite some hassles with a sticky shutter release and inaccurate close-range focusing on the Lomo). You could argue, of course (and I would agree), that the Nikon is not particularly 'lomo', but it's 100% analogue, so I don't feel too bad about including these shots on this site - I know you're a very forgiving community! ;-)

  • By the Wey #17

    shared by buckshot on 2011-08-26

    From a series of shots taken along the River Wey, in Surrey, UK. This was a really fun outing, as I was shooting alternately with the slow, cumbersome, unpredictable yet fascinating Lomo Lubitel 166B medium-format camera alongside my c.1997-purchased Nikon F50 35mm SLR with zoom lenses, built-in lightmeter and all the bells and whistles (but in fully manual mode, natch). The contrast between these two cameras is staggering, but they're equally fun to shoot with, and both yielded satisfactory results on this occasion (despite some hassles with a sticky shutter release and inaccurate close-range focusing on the Lomo). You could argue, of course (and I would agree), that the Nikon is not particularly 'lomo', but it's 100% analogue, so I don't feel too bad about including these shots on this site - I know you're a very forgiving community! ;-)