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My first B/W

Most Popular Photo Last Year: August 27, 2012

A beautiful and sacred temple in Nepal is made more graceful in black and white film.

Richard Mosse Shoots Congo Documentary Entirely on Infrared Film

If you can still remember the stunning photo series on Congo by Irish photographer Richard Mosse, he's at it again with the surreal imagery, this time with an equally powerful documentary entirely shot on 16mm infrared film. You are definitely curious, so read on to find out more!

Vintage Robert Capa Photos showcased in London exhibit

To commemorate what would have been Robert Capa's 100th birthday, Atlas Gallery in London is currently exhibiting the photographer's famed war photos from the Spanish Civil War, World War II, and Indo China conflict. Find out more after the jump!

Time to Shine! Your Chance to be Part of a Hollywood Movie!

Lights? Mics? Camera rolling? Take one - Action! Ever dreamed to hear these words up on a real movie set? Then this is your chance to make your dream come true! Just submit your best analogue photo or LomoKino movie and win a unique trip to the set of the upcoming production "Bone in the Throat“ filming this June in London!

The Film Noir Recipe

Hello analogue cinematographer! Always wanted to shoot a genre piece with your LomoKino but didn’t know where to start? Take a look at the list of key elements for Film Noir we put together below and get ready to wind those cranks!

Time To Shine: Photography Edition

Imagine: You and your favorite analogue camera on a real movie set. Sounds like something you want to do? Then take your camera and start shooting: this competition is your chance to shine with the stars!

Time to Shine: Short Movie Edition

Ever wanted to work with the likes of Halle Berry, Adrien Brody, Jason Statham or Sam Riley? This is a competition that gives you the chance to be part of a film set in London!

Leica If: the Lomo Leica?

I get my hands on my first-ever Leica & find it mostly intimidating.

Presenting The BIG LomoKino Rumble Winners!

After a thorough deliberation and quite a long wait (thanks for your patience!), we are now ready to present to you the winners of the BIG LomoKino Rumble!

An Incredible Experience with the LomoKino: LomoKino LomoAmigo Artiach

Some Lomographers gush over their favorite analogue cameras, but this one gushes over the glorious movie making camera we call the LomoKino!

World War I Photos Lost & Found in Vintage Camera

It was a lucky day for antiquing for analogue photographer Anton Orlov. Not only did he score the stereoscopic 1901 Jumelle Bellieni camera, he also stumbled upon some century-old slides which turned out to be photos of World War I France tucked away inside it!

Marilyn Monroe: The Lost Film of Peter Mangone

He skipped his classes in hopes of photographing his idol as she left the hotel. But what Peter Mangone didn’t imagine was that he would get something much more.

Kodak to Release New Super 8 Film Next Year

Analogue filmmakers now have a reason to look forward to 2013 – Kodak released earlier this week that one of their color negative films will be available in Super 8 format by January 2013.

Fish Markets, Evening Walks

Lomography's BIG 20th Anniversary Party at East London!!

November is a BIG month for Lomography as we turn the big 2-0! That's right, Lomography is soon marking our 20th Anniversary and to celebrate Lomography Gallery Store East London is throwing the mother of all parties! Read all the details after the jump, trust us...you don't wanna miss this one!!

Most Popular LomoKino Movies of September 2012

From coloured to black and white, we create our LomoKino films in the most creative ways possible. And this recap is a reminder of how grateful we are of them!

SIDE BY SIDE: Photochemical Filmmaking Documentary Produced by Keanu Reeves

In case you haven't heard yet, Keanu Reeves has produced a documentary exploring photochemical filmmaking and the digital process that has been challenging the established medium.

Kodak to Discontinue T-Max P3200 Film

In line with the impending sale of its Film Division, Kodak announced last Monday, October 1, that it will discontinue the production of their T-Max P3200 (TMZ) film due to significant drop in demand.

Lomographer Shoots Double Exposure Music Video in 16mm

Los Angeles-based filmmaker and lomographer Danny Brown has shot a fantastic double exposure music video composed of silhouettes of classical dancers against the cityscapes. Check it out!

London Documented from 1920 - 1933

Peer into London's pier and other sights during the first half of the 20th Century. The collection of black and whites you'll soon witness is by George Davison Reid, a man with a vision to document life in London.

Kodak Introduces New and Affordable Color Asset Protection Film

Kodak introduces a new type of film that targets content owners who are keen on preserving their work on a medium that will last for decades and overlook obsolescence. Find out more about it after the jump!

Magnificent Desolation: The Apollo 11 Moonwalk Pictures

In line with Neil Armstrong’s death last August 25, here are some of the photos that he and fellow “man on the moon”, Buzz Aldrin, took on their historic Apollo 11 moonwalk.

Meet the BIG LomoKino Rumble Finalist #4: reneg88

Say hello to one of the BIG LomoKino Rumble finalists, René G. Boscio aka reneg88. Want to find out what (or who) was his main inspiration for creating his movie, Snailing in Love? The answer's under the cut!

From Rapper to Analogue Rastafarian

From West Coast Rapper to reincarnated Jamaican Rastafarian, the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg is releasing a new analogue sound. Check out the first track of Snoop Lion's latest album, recorded on vinyl!

Meet the BIG LomoKino Rumble Finalist #2: wedreamalone

We asked BIG LomoKino Rumble finalist Cass Cameron a few questions about her movie, "All Good Things Are Wild and Free." Curious what inspired her to create this masterpiece? Read more under the cut!

A Sneak Peek Into the Roots of 35mm Movie Making

In honor of the LomoKino - the new amazing 35mm movie camera from Lomography, we thought it would be nice to step back and trace how 35mm movie making began. It has an interesting history involving a handful of inventors, Eastman-produced film stock and a strange disappearance ...

Little autumn walk with Diana in b&w
Moldy Rolls
Hydrant 1
Resultant Backwash

Lubitel Lovers With Einav Leshetz

At Lomography Gallery Store Manchester! Want to have complete control over the shots that you are taking, rather than just simply pointing and shooting? Then the Lubitel is for you! Einav is our Lubitel lover extraordinaire from Australia where she exhibited her photography using her favourite Lomography weapon of choice.

Stunning 70mm Film Shot Over 5 Years in 25 Countries

SAMSARA, Sanskrit for "the ever turning wheel of life", is director Ron Fricke's first movie in two decades. In production for nearly five years and shot in 100 locations across 25 countries, it's hard not to be in awe of his visually-stimulating non-verbal 70mm pièce de résistance. Watch the trailer here and see for yourselves.