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Thomas Kellner's Tango Metropolis - Panoramic Pictures Shot on Rolls of 35mm Film

On the lookout for a new photo project to inspire you? Thomas Kellner's photo project Tango Metropolis is sure to take your breath away!

Awesome Albums: Road Trip [Horizon Perfekt] by satomi

Got an itch to hit the open road? Then you might NOT want to check out this awesome album by community member satomi, because it will increase your wanderlust by a hundredfold! Don't say I didn't warn you!

Summer Hot Spots: The Submerse Landscapes at Grüner See, Austria

Have you ever thought about what happens in the valleys when the ice melts down from the mountains during summer? I haven't until I found this amazing place in Austria – Grüner See (Green Lake in English). Start preparing your bags, because after this article, you'll want to visit it!

Tipster: How to Take Symmetrical Images with Exposing Both Sides of the Film (EBS)

Today I will be introducing the technique so called EBS, exposing both sides of the film, one of the most unique techniques within Lomographic photos. Is it hard to do it? Maybe! But once you get good luck and concentration, you might get amazing results!

How to Make Homemade Red Scale Film

This is an article introducing how to make homemade red scale film. There are already some fabulous articles about how to make red scale films out there, however I decided to make one with my method. This method keeps film frames in order, and it is useful for EBS (Exposing Both Sides of film) trick as well ☺

Which Film Gives Which Kinds of RED? 5 Homemade Redscales in Comparison

I just love to see the world in RED, and in this review, I want to show you 5 color negative films that I made into redscale films.

The Konstruktors: An Interview With Ccwu

He's one of the most popular Lomographers, famed for his beautiful portraits and daily-life photography. Now he's taken a new challenge as a Konstruktor!

Jüdischer Friedhof Berlin Weißensee - Ein einzigartiger Ort zum Durchatmen

Im Norden Berlins, inmitten eines Wohngebietes, befindet sich für mich der wunderschönste Ort der Stadt - der Jüdische Friedhof Berlin Weißensee. Zu jeder Jahreszeit versprüht jener Ort Ruhe und Gelassenheit. Ein Ort zum Durchatmen und Sich-wiederfinden.

The Pinhegg – My Journey To Build An Egg Pinhole Camera

Since I started pin-holing the world, I have had the strong desire to make a special camera, with the purpose of shooting just one photograph. The purpose was to sacrifice the camera in the process of photo creation – I wanted the camera to become the photograph. To let you understand, the process from the camera to the photograph is the same that ties the baby bird to the egg: the bird grows protected from the shell and when it's ready breaks it and comes out. This is why I decided to create the Pinhegg – An Egg Pinhole Camera.

A Guide to Steel Wool Lightpainting

Ever wanted to cause some mischief in the night? In this tipster, I'll explain the do's and don'ts of steel wool lightpainting, so you can go out and create some pretty cool photos, and feel like a total badass while doing so.

Spotted: David Burnett's Analogue Olympics Coverage

Look at what one Olympic photographer brought to the games with him. Read on more after the jump.

Nikonos V – The Ultimate Amphibious Camera

The Nikonos V is an amphibious non-reflex 35mm camera. I’m proudly presenting here a review of a super-amazing camera: The Nikonos V. It’s ‘V’ (five) because it’s the fifth of its series (btw you should check the four previous versions, they’re very cute…). Nikonos must be a play on words between Mykonos (the Greek island) and Nikon… But I’m not so sure about that… It’s the first camera I ever bought; I was 16, and looking for a good underwater camera. Yes, I started photography by underwater photography (check the lomotip: “underwater Holga”)…

The Perilous Peaks of Naoki Ishikawa

Taking photographs of breath-taking landscapes and sceneries is something that all photographers and Lomographers busy themselves with from time to time. A Japanese photographer took this to the extreme by photographing the world's tallest peaks, among them Mt. Everest.

I'm on a boat!

500 People in 100 Seconds

We ran into this link on a friend's Facebook page and we couldn't resist sharing it! Not only is it awesome that they had over 1,500 images developed, the stop motion within the stop motion really had us smiling. Check out the video!

Rolleiflex 3.5f and the Dangers of Adolescent Rudeness

Here is the Rolleiflex 3.5f, the best TLR ever, and the first camera I bought with my own money. Here is a saga of adventure, danger, and near tragedy brought on by adolescent stupidity, meanness, and automatically following the lead of your "Moe" (think of the social dynamic of "The Three Stooges"). With a great camera comes great responsibility!

Handmade Color Processing

How to process color film at home, in your bathroom.

sunny day walk

Photos That Made You Go LOL in the Comments or A Flock of Giggles

Once during a conversation a friend of mine said LOL to show his amusement. Which was kind of strange. So here's a gallery of funny photos that received a lot of LOLs, emoticons and HAHAs.

Herman Düne – Tell Me Something I Don't Know

Herman Düne, Mad Men's Jon Hamm, furry puppets and an analogue camera – all things we like and four great reasons to post this video for Herman Düne's newest song "Tell Me Something I Don't Know".

Meeting Half Way

Double exposures always yield amazing images. What if you used a splitzer and double exposed your film? Have you tried doing it? I did and here are the results.

loooooooooooong exposure during wppd... circa 20 minutes

A Selection of Great Super Dark Black and White Photos

Some months ago we launched an experiment in our playground to search for photos by color. This week we continued working on it and made a lot of different queries. One of them: search for super dark black and white photos – the ones with no saturation and the lowest possible brightness. See a great gallery of those in this article.

Walter Matthau Photobombs an Interior Architecture Shot

Well, not really. This was originally a portrait shot taken by Michael Tighe in 1993. However, we think our title best describes what Walter Matthau is doing in this photo.

Sofia Coppola Sitting on the Shoulders of Her Father Francis Ford Coppola

This photo of Sofia sitting on the shoulders of her father Francis Ford was taken at the Cannes film festival in 1979. This very moment was recreated by Wes Anderson in his movie "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou" when Steve Zissou is carrying Werner at the end.