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Portraits of Innocence: Amelia, my LomoBaby!

I always liked babies. They're cute, funny and so innocent. Thankfully, photography exists, so you can record every little step they do while they grow. Here's a little story about the most beautiful baby in the world: My daughter Amelia, the LomoBaby!

Coffee Tastes Better in 35mm

It's only natural that someone who loves coffee would take photos of it, right?

Awesome Albums: KLASSE W Yozakura Fever by gakurou

At the risk of sounding very dorky, I will admit that one of my dreams is to go to Japan just to see the cherry blossom trees in bloom. And seeing photos of them, just like in today's Awesome Album feature, makes me wish that this dream would just come true already.

Petzval Update: New Photos and a Belgrade Summer Video For Your Viewing Pleasure

We’re down to the last 48 hours of our Kickstarter campaign, but that definitely won’t stop us from sharing more photos and videos! See them after the cut!

Prrrrple Test Roll
Prrrrple Test Roll
first purple ❤

Through the Lomochrome Looking Glass: A Review of the Lomochrome Purple 400

Rose colored glasses ain't got nothin' on the Lomochrome Purple 400! Take a look at Sixsixty's comparison shots to get a real feeling for how vibrant this film really is…

I thought those big trees would turn purple...
LomoChrome!
First Roll Of Lomochrome Purple 400
Belair Workshop at Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
Belair Test Roll
Belair Workshop at Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
A walk with Belair
A walk with Belair
A walk with Belair
Belair Workshop at Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
belair test roll
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Belair Workshop at Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
Belair Workshop at Lomography Gallery Store Berlin
Lubitel b/w Portrait Workshop
Welcome to SpreePark
Much to tell

Alfred Hitchcock pointing a finger at a seated lion for MGM's iconic roaring logo

"Come on, Leo, you need to be terrifying," says the iconic English film director and producer as he pointed a finger at the lion seated before him.

February 14, 2012