A story about the life and arts in Winnipeg, at the heart of Canada, by a Japanese teacher. People need to know how exotic this city can be. So he will take you on a virtual exploration of the city of Arts, Winnipeg.
Yesterday morning Vienna time we put the counter online to show our road to 15 million photo likes. During the first 24 hours 90,000 photo likes were given out – if we continue like this we will hit the goal pretty soon. We thought it might be nice to see the most liked photos during that time as well, so here's a gallery.
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.
In unserer Serie "5 Fragen zur analogen Fotografie mit...." senden wir die gleichen Fragen an verschiedene Fotografen. Dieses Mal antwortet uns Christian Pitschl - Freund, Fotograf und Musiker - und zeigt uns einige seiner Fotos.
If you want an easier way to wind your LomoKino, here is a method to build a battery operated power-winder. The steps are quite easy and there are 2 speed setups so you have options to choose from.
WOT? Is this serious? And I can tell you it's super simple, almost everyone can do it with a cellphone in their pocket.
I am certain that every lomographer in this loving site has his or her own reasons for loving Lomography. Here are mine.
A traveler duo went on a trip to Mongolia and brought film cameras and photographed people in the countryside. Read more after the jump...
We are proud to present our brand new Colors section – a visual search tool for finding Lomographs! How does it work, you ask? Read on and find out...