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LC-A - Fujichrome Sensia 100 - CROSS

Homemade Splitzer for the Lomo LC-Wide

Adoring all those wonderful photos done with the help of splitzer, I decided to make one for my Lomo LC-wide as well. The results are very nice and what is better you can make the splitzer in 10 minutes and achieve great results with stronger vignettes.

When Analogue and Digital Collide

When taking analogue photos I try to keep any editing or digital manipulation to a minimum. Apart from cropping the borders of square Diana shots and scanning the images digitally they remain as much as possible true to the Lomography principles. Recently though my analogue and digital worlds collided with pleasantly surprising results.

What the hell is Tungsten film?

Today we launch the first Lomography Tungsten film, Lomography X Tungsten 64 ISO – If you’re not sure what the hell tungsten film is, read this!

The Fisherman
Boat in the Harbour
Father & Sons

Best of the Best: Diane Arbus

A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know. – Diane Arbus

How to Use Expired Film

Why does a film expire? What's the difference between expired film and fresh film? You'll find the answers to these questions and more in this Tipster!

Red on Red

Finding Beauty in Blurs

I work at a camera store near Milwaukee, WI and uncovered an old Kodak Retina on the back of a dusty shelf. As any Lomographer would do, I pulled it out, grabbed a roll of Fuji Superia 400 speed film and started snapping away.

Second hand love affair: Mijn huis

Ik hou van tweedehands spullen. Mijn kledingkast heeft bijna alleen maar kleding die ik op rommelmarkten of in tweedehands kledingwinkels heb gekocht. In mijn huis is het net zo, bijna alles in mijn appartement is niet nieuw. Ik hou van spullen met een geschiedenis en een vleugje mysterie.

Mr. & Mrs
2011 - 365 Photo Project

Aerial Photo-Collage Panoramas

These spheres aren't perfect. Why's that? Well, it's because the objects jutting out of the perfect circle cause the jaggedness. These objects are skyscrapers, bridges, antenna and even the sky! How can the sky be angular, or even have a assignable form? If it's made of rectangular bits of paper, that's how!

Ginza around Christmas
Fiat 500 in San Marino

Voigtländer V200: Attention, Please!

Color negative film often doesn’t appeal to me. There seem to be endless variation and colours are not as reliable as slide film, and cross processing it is basically not an option. But it is the variety, that makes analogue photography ever exciting and the Voigtländer V200 is a choice that catches more of my attention lately!

Pedro the sausage dog
city in the clouds
mmmhhhh something is strange