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    shared by brannencannon on 2011-08-14

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  • The Diana+ Instant Back and How I "Instantly" Fell In Love with Pinstax

    written by ouroborosx on 2009-03-21 in #reviews
    The Diana+ Instant Back and How I "Instantly" Fell In Love with Pinstax

    A review of the Diana+ Instant Back.

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  • The Diana Instant Back+ - An Accessory Not to be Missed

    written by ndroo on 2010-01-09 in #reviews
    The Diana Instant Back+ - An Accessory Not to be Missed

    I ordered my Instant Back without hesitating the moment I saw it being launched. There are just times (many times!) that I just hate the wait at the photo lab and getting instant surprises is something I love.

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  • A Look at Fuji Instax Mini Film

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-01-18 in #reviews
    A Look at Fuji Instax Mini Film

    Instant film. People either love it or loath it. After shooting over one hundred photographs with FujiFilm's Instax Mini Film I'm ready to give my review of this flash from the past film. Does it live up to what many of us remember?

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  • Instax Error

    written by a_kep on 2011-06-11 in #gear #tipster
    Instax Error

    Sometimes a few single pictures get stuck in the Diana Instant Back. The last one or two films of the cassette just don't want to come out. But there's no need to fall into despair. Even if the pictures get overexposed while taking the film out manually, you can still do some nice things with them.

  • The Monster Lives...

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-04-01

    ...or Plastic Surgery Disasters? You decide... OK, so I took two Sprocket Rockets and loaded them with different films. Then I used a tripod and went around to all my favorite spots over the past month collecting two identical shots from each spot. Then I overlapped the negatives as close as I could and then cut through both negatives at the same time using decorative pinking shears from a crafts store. Then I recombined each half with the other film type and then scanned them. Pretty fun but a LOT of work. :D

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  • #12831100

    shared by zoezo on 2011-03-20

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  • Analogue Feelings by Koalasve

    written by Love for breakfast on 2011-03-14 in #people #lomoamigos
    Analogue Feelings by Koalasve

    Our community member/Lomo Amigo Koalasve discovered photography at an early age, then played around with digital cameras until she got a Diana F+ camera. Let's get to know Sveva Angelini and how analogue photography changed her life!

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  • This is my London lomowalk

    shared by susielomovitz on 2011-02-13

    But if you are liking it, you may also like BRICK LANE: http://www.lomography.com/homes/susielomovitz/albums/1677107-brick-lane

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  • #12691605

    shared by lomo-camkage on 2011-02-26

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  • Lomo Timeline

    written by natalieerachel on 2011-03-18 in #gear #tipster
    Lomo Timeline

    If you've got blank space on your wall, and a lot of photos, this is the perfect mini project! I tore down all the magazine clippings that I had on my wall before I got my lomo cameras. Now that I have actual pictures that are my own, I decided to use them on my wall!

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  • Ashley Burress: Dreaming With Instant Films

    written by basterda on 2011-03-18 in #lifestyle
    Ashley Burress: Dreaming With Instant Films

    Ashley Burress likes interweaving dreams of macabre and nostalgia and she loves capturing them with dark, vivid, sepia-toned instant film. This is how she remembers.

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  • Dr. Lab's Tipsters Using Organic Materials

    written by shhquiet on 2011-03-18 in #lifestyle
    Dr. Lab's Tipsters Using Organic Materials

    How do you bring back overtones, nuances, smells, shades, dirt and dust in your analogue pictures? A bunch of experimental Lomographers (there are a lot of you!) has been keeping us busy with Do-It-Yourself techniques for quite some time now. Now we present to you a compilation of some of the best Tipsters using organic materials!

  • #43120

    shared by lomomanolo on 2008-09-19

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  • The Anatomy of a Camera

    written by cruzron on 2011-03-15 in #news
    The Anatomy of a Camera

    Curious as to what is exactly inside your camera? As in every little nut and bolt inside? Well, artist Todd McLellan shows you just what's under the hood!

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  • #12788832

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-03-13

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  • Nature

    shared by shoujoai on 2011-03-08

    First color infrared film with an orange filter

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  • #12754938

    shared by lomoteddy on 2011-03-08

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  • #11191159

    shared by satomi on 2010-04-07

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  • Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

    shared by mylatehope on 2010-11-21

    NO PHOTOSHOP - double exposed Kodak EIR (color infrared) Aerochrome film (E6 process) in a Holga 120 N camera with a Tiffen Red 25 filter - POTD 11/22/2010 - Thank you everyone for your likes and comments!

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  • #11319267

    shared by satomi on 2010-05-12

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  • The LomoLuck Third issue: My Supersampler

    written by susielomovitz on 2011-02-27 in #reviews
    The LomoLuck Third issue: My Supersampler

    GOOD things also come in threes, in lomolucky things the saying is also right! I told you that in the LC-A 25 Anniversary party I won a Fisheye in a raffle, with its submarine case, six bottles of Cacique rum, don't know how many glasses, a knife...Well that wasn't all!

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  • #97902

    shared by adamscott on 2008-11-08

  • Handmade Hybrid Processing (HPro)

    written by stouf on 2011-02-01 in #gear #tipster
    Handmade Hybrid Processing (HPro)

    ‘Ho nooo, I finished my C41 Bleach… Wait a minute… I have tons of E6 Bleach…’ Thus, a new types of color processing are born! Get to know all of them right here, right now!

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  • Pinhole and Acrylic Paint on Canvas

    written by susielomovitz on 2011-02-23 in #gear #tipster
    Pinhole and Acrylic Paint on Canvas

    Experimental project.

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  • Nerasport Camera

    written by blancarleal on 2011-02-22 in #reviews
    Nerasport Camera

    Christmas holidays was near; was December 24, when I decided to enter the attic to find the box with the usual ornaments – Not this bag, not this box, it neither… oh! What about this? I had not seen it before… What’s in it? - A Nerasport Camera!

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  • The War Against Photography

    written by cruzron on 2011-02-25 in #lifestyle
    The War Against Photography

    We've all heard and experienced it one time time or another. You're just minding your own business taking a few snapshots with your Lomo cameras when out of nowhere, uniformed individuals accost you and demand that you either show them a permit or stop shooting. This is the war against photography. Know your rights!

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  • How To Be As Happy As Epicurus

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-02-25 in #lifestyle
    How To Be As Happy As Epicurus

    Tired of that daily digital grind? Want to take a different approach to life? Why not try out these awesome tips from the Ancient Greek self-help guru Epicurus!

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  • Ways To Reduce Your Digital Grind

    written by shhquiet on 2011-02-25 in #lifestyle
    Ways To Reduce Your Digital Grind

    Everyday we wake up to a digital world - all tangled up in wires and waves of electronics and machines and gadgets. A simple weather check is done online, we wait impatiently for the *beep* when our food is ready, and send e-cards on birthdays. Give it all a break! Here are a few tips to make your hectic lifestyle a little more analogue.

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  • 35 Reasons to love 35mm Film

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-02-25 in #lifestyle
    35 Reasons to love 35mm Film

    Film truly is a Photographer’s best friend - And to prove it, here are 35 reasons to love 35mm film (or any kind of film for that matter!).

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  • Leave the Digital Grind Behind

    written by shhquiet on 2011-02-25 in #news
    Leave the Digital Grind Behind

    Turn on your computer. Check your inbox, social network, synchronize your phone. Rub your aching eyes and wonder why you communicate all day every day without really talking to anybody. Wake up! It doesn’t have to be this way - Leave that digital grind behind and embrace Lomography’s 10 Prophecies of the Analogue Future! Join our biggest rumble ever, find out how to get the posters or place an order in the Shop to get some free Posters and enjoy time travelling film prices in your analogue life!

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  • Santorini - Sun, Sand and Wine

    written by troch on 2011-02-25 in #world #locations
    Santorini - Sun, Sand and Wine

    Looking for a place to relax in the sun, a romantic getaway with sunsets and beaches, a destination with endless photographic possibilities? Give Santorini another look. Southernmost of the Greek Cyclades and close to Crete, you can get there by water or air and then relax.

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  • And then, in the middle of the film....

    shared by troch on 2011-02-20

    I bought a bunch of Cokin filters and thought I'd try them out, but I somehow decided the shutter wasn't functioning (not uncommon with the Holga N) so I shook it and banged it and shot 23 exposures on one frame (that one didn't turn out) and then I tried again, only the Camera had switched to bulb. Will try with the filters again when I am not sleep deprived.

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    shared by babble on 2010-08-05

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    shared by babble on 2010-07-17

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    shared by jr-moon on 2010-07-03

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    shared by jr-moon on 2010-07-03

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  • Max

    shared by wendypops on 2010-07-16

  • Mini

    shared by wendypops on 2010-08-20

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    shared by francesco_p on 2010-08-20

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    shared by francesco_p on 2010-08-20

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    shared by francesco_p on 2010-08-20

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    shared by ifisheye on 2010-02-04

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    shared by jhen89 on 2008-06-27

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    shared by niki-tzi on 2010-03-25

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    shared by niki-tzi on 2009-10-01

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    shared by wil6ka on 2008-08-24

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  • Casina Murgecchia

    shared by wil6ka on 2008-09-20

    There are different ways to stay the night whilst traveling through the south of Europe. One big thing in France and Italy is Agritourism. This is, when farmers also become hoteliers! They start investing and built bungalows and casa’s to accommodate tourist. The restaurants are often excellent, because they just have all the ingredients around the corner – fresh. These agritouristical places are often far away from the big cities and deliver a high degree of tranquility. In our case we wanted to stay close by to Bari in the south of Italy and eventually found the Casina Murgecchia in Grumo Appula. It was in July or something, but despite the height of the season we were the only ones around. Often you come to those places and all you find is dogs and cats. but at a certain time the main man comes by, because his workers tell him, that something is happening. The casina Murgecchia had a fantastic pool and was in the middle of a field of Olive-Trees. A paradise. I particularly liked the dogs and cats, who are really friendly to everyone – but i gotta say – wild animals are a bit filthy. So I right away had to jump into pool after touching them. info@agrituturismocasinamugecchia.it http://agriturismocasinamurgecchia.it

  • Casina Murgecchia

    shared by wil6ka on 2008-08-12

    There are different ways to stay the night whilst traveling through the south of Europe. One big thing in France and Italy is Agritourism. This is, when farmers also become hoteliers! They start investing and built bungalows and casa’s to accommodate tourist. The restaurants are often excellent, because they just have all the ingredients around the corner – fresh. These agritouristical places are often far away from the big cities and deliver a high degree of tranquility. In our case we wanted to stay close by to Bari in the south of Italy and eventually found the Casina Murgecchia in Grumo Appula. It was in July or something, but despite the height of the season we were the only ones around. Often you come to those places and all you find is dogs and cats. but at a certain time the main man comes by, because his workers tell him, that something is happening. The casina Murgecchia had a fantastic pool and was in the middle of a field of Olive-Trees. A paradise. I particularly liked the dogs and cats, who are really friendly to everyone – but i gotta say – wild animals are a bit filthy. So I right away had to jump into pool after touching them. info@agrituturismocasinamugecchia.it http://agriturismocasinamurgecchia.it

  • Casina Murgecchia

    shared by wil6ka on 2008-08-17

    There are different ways to stay the night whilst traveling through the south of Europe. One big thing in France and Italy is Agritourism. This is, when farmers also become hoteliers! They start investing and built bungalows and casa’s to accommodate tourist. The restaurants are often excellent, because they just have all the ingredients around the corner – fresh. These agritouristical places are often far away from the big cities and deliver a high degree of tranquility. In our case we wanted to stay close by to Bari in the south of Italy and eventually found the Casina Murgecchia in Grumo Appula. It was in July or something, but despite the height of the season we were the only ones around. Often you come to those places and all you find is dogs and cats. but at a certain time the main man comes by, because his workers tell him, that something is happening. The casina Murgecchia had a fantastic pool and was in the middle of a field of Olive-Trees. A paradise. I particularly liked the dogs and cats, who are really friendly to everyone – but i gotta say – wild animals are a bit filthy. So I right away had to jump into pool after touching them. info@agrituturismocasinamugecchia.it http://agriturismocasinamurgecchia.it