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  • Entrevista para el diario La Voz de Cádiz

    shared by isabel_mebarak on 2011-04-03

    Mientras nos entrevistaban, hicimos una demostración de como hacer fotos... y estas fueron las fotos que saque. Por cierto, no sé si es que me salieron fatal las fotos o que mi scanner ya esta para tirarlo... http://www.lavozdigital.es/cadiz/v/20110319/sociedad/unica-regla-pienses-dispara-20110319.html

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  • #13182067

    shared by gordie on 2011-04-29

  • PYHOF: Let's Play Tennis!

    written by shhquiet on 2011-04-22 in #lifestyle
    PYHOF: Let's Play Tennis!

    For our second Put Your Headphones On Friday (PYHOF) we introduce you to the lovely pop band Tennis - a husband and wife duo. Their music is as sweet as their love story - read on and have a listen!

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  • Taylor Scott's Super Film Photographs

    written by basterda on 2011-04-22 in #lifestyle
    Taylor Scott's Super Film Photographs

    If Taylor Scott's photographs had lungs, they'd be super: super vivid, super saturated, super dreamy -- just incredibly super!

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  • #6302850

    shared by vicuna on 2010-01-10

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  • Boy in Hood

    shared by drudolph on 2008-09-03

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  • #11683301

    shared by dirklancer on 2010-08-14

    summer vacation shots...

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  • #13002755

    shared by dhuffone on 2011-04-06

    Read about my history with this camera here: http://www.lomography.com/homes/dhuffone/blog/3773-blog-jammin

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  • PYHOF: Diggin' the Analogue Vibe with Toro y Moi

    written by shhquiet on 2011-04-15 in #lifestyle
    PYHOF: Diggin' the Analogue Vibe with Toro y Moi

    For our first Put Your Headphones On Friday post, we introduce you to Toro y Moi, whose music makes a good soundtrack to road trips, lazy summer parties or while doing your humdrum chores!

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  • The House of Culture

    shared by lighttomysoul on 2011-04-14

    avant-garde [noun]: any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts). A few years back, they built this gigantic house in my city and named it "Kulturens hus" - The House of Culture. It houses two scenes (for plays, operas, concerts), an art hall, a huge library and different spaces for various other use. They also have two huge poster spaces, filled with every cultural event happening in the house and the city. So I thought, where better to take this poster? But of course, if I was going to put it on the board, I had to make it look like something artsy! So I pulled out my wicked artist skills, got to drawing(see the film-roll? Completely hand-made, sprockets and all), but felt it was still missing something... So I put the fringes on. Each fringe has the address to the site, handwritten of course. I then drew hearts all over, and wrote THE FUTURE IS ANALOGUE on the right hand side. I'm gonna check in on it in a few days and see if it's missing any fringes. :) I hope! I'm very proud of it because I usually can't draw for the life of me. :D OH! And as I was going to make the fringes, I realized we have no clean white paper sheets at home (ever) so I ended up tearing out pages from my Lomo notebook. So let's see... Lomo poster. Lomo notebook pages. Lomo film. And a lomo sticker in the corner. :) I went all out lomo for this one!

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  • The House of Culture

    shared by lighttomysoul on 2011-04-14

    avant-garde [noun]: any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts). A few years back, they built this gigantic house in my city and named it "Kulturens hus" - The House of Culture. It houses two scenes (for plays, operas, concerts), an art hall, a huge library and different spaces for various other use. They also have two huge poster spaces, filled with every cultural event happening in the house and the city. So I thought, where better to take this poster? But of course, if I was going to put it on the board, I had to make it look like something artsy! So I pulled out my wicked artist skills, got to drawing(see the film-roll? Completely hand-made, sprockets and all), but felt it was still missing something... So I put the fringes on. Each fringe has the address to the site, handwritten of course. I then drew hearts all over, and wrote THE FUTURE IS ANALOGUE on the right hand side. I'm gonna check in on it in a few days and see if it's missing any fringes. :) I hope! I'm very proud of it because I usually can't draw for the life of me. :D OH! And as I was going to make the fringes, I realized we have no clean white paper sheets at home (ever) so I ended up tearing out pages from my Lomo notebook. So let's see... Lomo poster. Lomo notebook pages. Lomo film. And a lomo sticker in the corner. :) I went all out lomo for this one!

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  • #13060044

    shared by warning on 2011-04-13

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  • Funhouse conversation

    shared by superlighter on 2011-01-11

    I love the cinematographic feel on this candid shot

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  • #284963

    shared by filby on 2009-04-09

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  • Frozen In Time

    shared by mightymouse on 2008-05-29

    This is by far the greatest picture that I have taken. This was for a photography project and I was really not taking pictures specifically for the project. It was really early in the morning and we were skating because class was canceled and my friend wanted me to take pictures of him skateboarding. So I had a couple of pictures left on the roll and I started to wonder if when the board went up in the air if it would be focused or blurry. I adjusted the lens to about where I thought the board would be and just kicked it in the air.

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  • #157281

    shared by joncherry on 2009-01-25

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  • #13028403

    shared by clickiemcpete on 2011-04-09

    First Xpro experiment with the X-Pan.

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  • #11173676

    shared by renaishashin on 2010-04-01

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  • Shelbie and Her Photographs Shine Like Diamonds

    written by basterda on 2011-04-11 in #lifestyle
    Shelbie and Her Photographs Shine Like Diamonds

    Shelbie integrates the flow of nature into her photographs - light and water alike. She documents fantasy and realism and her pictures portray emotional honesty - gemlike in every angle.

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  • #173077

    shared by stouf on 2009-01-31

    More details on the Nikonos V here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/reviews/2008/11/07/nikonos-v-the-ultimate-amphibious-camera

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  • #12762536

    shared by ihave2pillows on 2011-03-09

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  • #12972850

    shared by keaveny on 2011-04-01

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  • #12972856

    shared by keaveny on 2011-04-01

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    shared by eloisee on 2010-10-20

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  • Tutorial All About How to Properly Scan: From Equipment to Technique

    written by ckpj9983 on 2010-06-14 in #gear #tipster
    Tutorial All About How to Properly Scan: From Equipment to Technique

    We all need to somehow scan our photos. This will be a comprehensive guide to scanning - From scanners for every budget to having alternatives to traditional scanning.

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  • Lomography Wants You!

    written by shhquiet on 2011-02-16 in #news
    Lomography Wants You!

    Do you love Lomography and would like to join our team? We need a Vienna-based Web Developer! Since we are looking for German speaking applicants, we posted the job description in German.

  • #12498730

    shared by japsix on 2011-01-24

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  • Portrait of brommi

    shared by brommi on 2011-01-10

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  • The Light Leak Game with Diana F+

    written by exotrisc on 2011-01-10 in #gear #tipster
    The Light Leak Game with Diana F+

    You can never go wrong with Diana F+. A mistake which turned out into nice bursts of colors makes me want to do it more and more -- again and again. Leave your 120mm films for a while -- Let's move to 35mm, and enjoy the happy colors of the light leak.

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  • Diego, the blind mouse

    shared by coca on 2011-01-04

    one of the three blind mice of Shrek. uno de los ratones ciegos de Shrek

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  • OO

    shared by susielomovitz on 2010-06-10

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  • #5887124

    shared by scorpie on 2009-08-08

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  • Film Canister Christmas Lights

    written by gm_mcleod on 2010-12-02 in #gear #tipster
    Film Canister Christmas Lights

    Have you ever had a roll of 35mm film that did not turn out well? Now is your chance to use it! (Or take some shots of different textures.) These are great for your Christmas tree or to put anywhere as decoration.

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  • NYC | the bridge

    shared by wil6ka on 2010-12-06

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  • red creature at bryant park*

    shared by bravebird on 2010-02-27

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  • #12235213

    shared by marshall4480 on 2010-12-05

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  • Bird Flying High

    shared by kylewis on 2010-04-11

    I looked up and saw against the scudding clouds a bird flying high...

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  • Sharing the Moment II

    shared by kylewis on 2010-04-11

    I'm very Happy to say that this picture has been given an "Honourable Mention" at the Curious Camera Competition in Tuscon Arizona!! Yeah! It is also available in my blurb book http://www.blurb.com/bookstore/detail/1658161 which is full of all the images you are familiar with here!

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  • #11692174

    shared by vicuna on 2010-08-16

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  • #11692173

    shared by vicuna on 2010-08-16

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  • #11775998

    shared by yarnlass on 2010-09-05

    And then, the 40 foot 4-year-old attacked, laying waste to the entire population of China.

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  • Realtime Visualization of Users Browsing Photos

    written by recurving on 2010-12-01 in #news
    Realtime Visualization of Users Browsing Photos

    Our latest experiment on Lomography Playground: a realtime visualization of users browsing photos.

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  • A Love Supreme

    written by lomoteddy on 2010-11-29 in #lifestyle
    A Love Supreme

    On the cover of my favorite photography book it says "Make each shot your best". I would ask my self things like, "Is it just that simple?", "Was I really making the most out of each photograph?", "Was I really challenging myself ?" Photography has always been sacred to me. I decided to see if i could really make something meaningful, and truly make each shot my best. So, I set out on what has been the most challenging and the most rewarding of all - to photograph the people life left behind in Los Angeles's skid row district.

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  • LomoPeople: John C McKinney

    written by jbrown363 on 2010-11-25 in #lifestyle
    LomoPeople: John C McKinney

    The saying, "Grandfathers are just antique little boys." relates to my grandpa more than anything else. I can't help but take his picture, my camera seems to be drawn to him on a regular basis. The face I get on the other side of the lens is always a pleasant surprise.

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  • #12180016

    shared by warning on 2010-11-24

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  • #11046136

    shared by hughh on 2010-02-20

    Row n Ben

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  • #12144247

    shared by alexandrak on 2010-11-17

  • The Family Photo

    written by jbrown363 on 2010-11-22 in #lifestyle
    The Family Photo

    It’s almost impossible not to laugh when looking at a picture of a smiling face from long ago. There is nothing quite like seeing that recognizable smirk in a very different frame. Thanks to my parents I'm trying to spread the analogue love!

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  • It's A Nice Day For A Royal Wedding Rumble!

    written by littlemisslove on 2010-11-16 in #competitions
    It's A Nice Day For A Royal Wedding Rumble!

    We here at Lomography love a wedding, and a royal wedding is guaranteed to bring us to tears. The United Kingdom's most spiffing young monarch, Prince William, has announced his engagement to Kate Middleton. In celebration of this most proper news we'd like to see all your wedding photos. Pip pip!

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  • #12142635

    shared by yochan on 2010-11-17

    Hi, Sorry, it's just holiday's photo. But, the colours are very dark, i don't know why. The weather was bad, rain, wind. Poor caste, it's spooky : D

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