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Be A Part Of A Six Month Olympic Exhibition At The Museum Of London

This summer the Museum of London is to host a photography exhibition in collaboration with Lomography in the shape of a LomoWall exhibition of thousands of photographs submitted by the public and the Lomography Community. Here is your first chance to be a part of this historic Olympic art project.

LomoWall of Love Rumble

It's February and you know what that means, it's the love month once again. And this time, we're asking you to submit a LomoWall made entirely of love and peace and harmony... and bacon.

Cozy Date Spots: Bonifacio High Street

Can I just say how happy I am with these photos? After a few botched up rolls of films, finally, something that looks decent enough for a locations article. hehehe...ANYWAY...if you're planning a special day out with your special someone yet you don't have a big budget, Bonifacio High Street is an ideal cozy date spot.

Coker Arboretum, My Favorite Patch of Greenery

Just inside The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's campus, there is a lovely little arboretum amid the planetarium and the dormitories and the lecture halls. Come explore with me!

Thieves Market aka Sungei Road

A personal story of how the thieves market helped me in my photographic journey and tips on how to be a happy buyer every time you visit it.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield

One of the best places for art in West Yorkshire has to be the magnificent sculpture park near Bretton in Wakefield. I was lucky enough to visit it this week with a few of my cameras.

A Small Lane Named

What can you expect from a lane? At the most, a few shops and some eateries? Then you will be amazed by a lane in Singapore called Haji Lane. Haji Lane is located at Kampong Glam, a heritage place for Malay culture, and it is a lane of wonders!

Art Installations at TANGS Orchard Singapore

For what I can remember, back in May 2011, TANGS Orchard has a brand new venue located at Level 4 called "STYLESPACE ON 4". It showcases the latest labels, arts displays as well as the hottest fashions in town.

Walking Around in Ann Siang Hill

There is a well-known hangout place for teenagers, tourists, and working adults in Singapore. It is Ann Siang Hill located somewhere near Chinatown. It is a unique place so I want to introduce it to you guys. Ann Siang Hill (Chinese: 安详山) got its name from a man called Chia Ann Siang (谢安祥; 1832–1892), a wealthy Malacca-born Hokkien Chinese sawmiller as estates there during the early days of Singapore were owned by him. The road links Club Street and Ann Siang Road (安祥路) to South Bridge Road. Most of the houses there were built between 1903 and 1941 which are now restored shophouses today.

Sarawak State Library

I love this library. Though it is far from the town, it is nice and beautiful. Not only is it a good place for studying, it is also a good place for relaxing.

My Most Memorable Travel Escapade in 2011: Machu Picchu, Peru

Peru is the most impressive country I've ever been to. The most impressive place in this impressive country was Machu Picchu.

A beauty album of Palace of Fine Arts.
Lydia Mouat
A beauty album of Palace of Fine Arts.
Sunday Morning Slide

Mayan Ruins at Tulu'um

An archaeological site of a Pre-Columbian walled city built by the Mayans. Tulu'um served as a major port for Cobá on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

Advent Calendar Flash Rumbles – Winner Announcement Part 1

Wow, December is already flying by isn’t it? With so much to do, you deserve a little break – So grab a cup of coffee, forget the hectic present buying for a moment and read after the jump for the winners of our first five advent flash rumbles!

Doubles to Get You Up in the Clouds

Double exposure shots with clouds as background has been my signature shot simply because I love shooting clouds and walking around the city. I love how cloud formations have such a nice contrast against the blue sky. Thanks to film photography and Lomo cameras, I now have a way of immortalizing this wonder of nature and at the same time, double exposing it against ordinary things I encounter.

Negatives as Ribbons

Planning to give out something for your lomo loving friends this holiday season? Why not try adding a touch of lomography to your gift by attaching this easy to make film ribbon? It's fun, easy, and eco friendly too. I'm pretty sure you have a couple of film negatives that you'd like to dispose off properly so why not recycle it, right?