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La Sardina (splitzer)
Sprocket Rocket + Kodak Gold (expired)
Sprocket Rocket + Kodak Gold (expired)
Sprocket Rocket + Kodak Gold (expired)
Sprocket Rocket + Kodak Gold (expired)
Purest Unobtainium!!  UV Lens and Filter, Exacta Mount!!!
Lightpainting session in Berlin
i really love my konstruktor
向日葵色の街で -toward sunflower down
隧道に咲く underground sunflower field

LomoGuru of the Week: Emkei

It has been only a few years since he joined our Community but he sure has tons of wisdom to share. Aside from that, his familiarity is another LomoGuru factor to count!

Surreal Landscapes Taken Using Color Infrared Film and Lubitel Cameras

We are all admirers, lovers, and seekers of color infrared film, for a reason: they turn ordinary scenery into mind-blowing surreal landscapes! Take a look at some impressive infrared photos taken by our super lucky fellow lomographers using their Lubitel cameras!

Camera Collections: Alexandr Altabaev's Soviet Stash

This week's Camera Collection is proof that analogue love could run in your family's blood. Community member @japsix from Sevastopol shows us her father's massive medley of Russian cameras that her mom won't even allow to be kept in the house because there's just so many!

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Galería: Deportes exxxtremos

Esta semana en Barcelona se celebran los X-Games, ¡la exhibición más potente del mundo de deportes extremos! Y desde Lomography Spain nos unimos a la fiesta de los más arriesgados con una galería llena de adrenalina.

LomoGuru of the Week: Antibiotyx

People travel to see the world and experience various cultures. They explore corners, meet different people, and see several sites that may or may not attract them.

Experiment N°2: Film Loves Coffee

I kept on manipulating 35mm films. Read on after the jump to find out what I've made use of this time around.

Camera Collections: Lomographer earlybird's Treasures

We were just whetting your analogue appetite with the "Show Your Stash" series. This time, we're presenting the mammoth mother lode of photography acquisitions by some of the world's craziest film camera collectors and up first, we've got @earlybird from Germany who had to buy a new fridge to keep his hundreds of film!

happiness
Значение iso 50 и все заливается красным, хотя я думал что будет ...

Community LomoAmigo Ripsta Shoots with the Lomo LC-Wide

You know him for his double exposures, active blogging, and lovely lomographs! Let's hail our newest LC-Wide Community LomoAmigo for his awesome work with the featured Malaysian favorite - the Lomo LC-Wide!

$2 Dollar Shop Angel
lacy bark
ngaio native tree
nature lumen print
lumen prints
lumen prints

Let's 'Cook' the Film: The Recipe of Film Soup!

The idea of film soup, is to allow the film to have chemical interaction with the 'soup', and produce the unexpectedly extraordinary effect for your Lomographs. Since the first film soup ever been 'served', every Lomographer has eagerly recorded down their own recipe and review. In this article, I would like to share my experience with my own secret recipe!

Summer Train

Holiday LomoAmigo: Emkei

He takes photographs professionaly but would like to have Lomography as something very personal to him. He is brilliant when it comes to the technical side of photography but definitely still got that creative flair.

Tracing Your Lomo Beginnings: My Love Affair Since 2007

In the summer of 2007, three students were talking about this and that in the corner of one University in Bandung. One of them was me; I was wondering why my other two friends were talking about. "Lomography!" I remember when they shouted that to my face, I was clueless back then. When I got home, I opened my Internet browser to search for "Lomography." I never thought that day would change my life forever! Kids, this is my love affair with Lomography since 2007.

The Homemade Camera Revival - Autochrome

A large format camera D-I-Y sounds like the challenge, doesn't it? How about if we told you, you could only use LEGO bricks, duct tape and cardboard! One vintage camera entusiast took the challenge in search of replicating the 1900 photo-process patented by the photo pioneers the Lumière brothers.