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Portraits of Strangers: To Ask Or Not To Ask, That Is The Question

It's not always easy to take a photo of a stranger. It needs courage and politeness. Or sometimes it just needs pure cheek. This is how I got the shots and why I took them in the first place. Six strangers and a few dogs, here are a few of my favourite stranger portraits, taken on a variety of film cameras.

Analogue Travel Tipsters: Keeping Your Camera Dry

Where to go? What to see? What to bring? When it comes to travelling, preparing can be almost as much fun as the trip itself. Let’s think ahead about how to keep our camera’s healthy.

The Bison by Kai Murphy

UK-based photo essayist and photographer Kai Murphy shot a photo with film found on a sunken boat. Learn more after the break.

Heart Shaped Film Mask

Looking to put a little Love into your photos? Cutting a custom heart-shaped mask for your camera will frame everything you adore nicely. A simple mod that works on almost any film camera.


A Different Visualization of One's Likes in the LomoHomes

In 2011 exactly 9,184,059 different items were liked on Lomography, a majority of those being photos and articles. Right now, you can see a person's photo likes in their LomoHomes, but what if you wanted to see which articles you have liked? Or someone else's? So, we thought about a different visualization of one's likes.

Introducing the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder

A brand new LomoKino accessory, with the LomoKino Smart Phone Holder you can easily digitalize your LomoKino movies directly from the LomoKinoScope. It offers a quick and effective way of turning your analogue vision into a digital form you can share with the world. Read on for details!

Jeff Harris' 13 Years of Self-Portaits

13 years ago, Jeff Harris made a New Year's resolution - that is to take a picture of himself each day. And 13 years and 4,748 self-portraits later, has done an amazing and inspiring work. Let's check it out.

Maco TS Eagle 400 AQS: A Graphic Novel

This must be one of the craziest monochromatic emulsions I came across with. Not only the title is a promise of an adventure, but the pictures are as well. In most black and white films that I have used, objects in the distance become darker. With the Eagle, the darkness flies away. In fact, it's the other way around. The further the object is away from the lens, the brighter it is.

Yoko Ono's 'LIGHT' Exhibit Open Until January 28th

Aside from her marriage to John Lennon, Yoko Ono has also enjoyed prominence in the art and music worlds up to the present. If you're going to be in Tokyo in the coming days, you might want to check out her exhibit called "LIGHT."

Easy Multiple Exposures With The LomoKino

Multiple exposed photographs yield interesting stories and interpretations. Why not try double exposures with the LomoKino and see what you can come up with? It's very easy to do!

Hola Madrid!
Hooray for Polaroids
Graham crackers and Polaroids
Beautiful blue
Hot mama
Hot mama
Beach bum
Strawberry girl
Birthday girl

Fatescapes: Influential Photographs Altered and Rendered

Ordinary settings become notable and striking backdrops to viral photographs which forever shape the world's history. What happens when these images are revisited and manipulated? Would their meanings change? Or would they remain the same? Find out more about this rendition (and a bonus game!) after the stop.

Vintage Snapshots of Times Square and the New Year's Eve Ball

No, it's not about a fancy dinner-dance or a masquerade party for New Year's Eve. We're talking about the centuries-old tradition held in New York's Times Square at the turn of a fresh, new year.

Vintage Dog Photography Exhibit Closing Soon

If you're a dog lover but haven't been to this paw-some Kennel Club exhibit in London, better check it out before it closes!

Iconic Photographs Recreated Using LEGO Pieces

Many of us are already familiar with some of the world's most iconic photographs. But, how do they look like when recreated using a different medium? Let's take a second look at these popular photographs interestingly rendered using LEGO pieces!

Today in History: New Year's Day (45 B.C.)

On this day, in 45 B.C, the world began celebrating New Year's Day on January 1 upon implementation of the Julian Calendar. Learn something about the origins of New Year's Day after the jump!