Ecuador's Parque Nacional Cajas (Cajas National Park) features over 150 square miles of flora and fauna on a rolling tundra that's ideal for hikers, rock-climbers, birdwatchers, campers, and nature-lovers of all stripes.
People don't give the disposable underwater analog camera the credit it deserves. For a cheap throwaway, it certainly takes some incredible photos, provided your subject is somewhat photogenic. And what could be more photogenic than Rainbow Reef in Fiji?
Nature-lovers, historians, and salsa-music fans love this Latin American city with the motto "A City for All." Colombia's third-largest metropolis, Cali is ideal for anyone who equally appreciates both trees and paved roads, during and summer and beyond.
There's this saying of wearing your heart on your sleeve but how do you feel about wearing it on your wrist?
As a lover of all things analogue, you should stop and take some time to write a personally penned letter or postcard to your long lost buddies. Here's a DIY tip to store your stamps!
Want better looking magnets on your fridge as opposed to those garish ones you got from tourist traps overseas? Here's how!
Ran out of your current stock of business cards and looking for new ideas? Try this one out for size!
Lomographers from all over the world love doing doubles but have you tried silhouette doubles? All you need is your favorite camera, some sun, and a bit of imagination. Read on to find out how to create perfect silhouette doubles every time even if your camera doesn’t have an MX button, like the Polaroid Spectra.
The annual San Diego Comic-Con International is a mecca for anyone who loves comics, animation, illustration, fashion, and design. While it started off as a forum for comic-book pros, these days, SDCC would be nothing without the fans, and given the traditionally hands-on approach to comics, the convention itself is an ideal subject for anyone who loves analog film, too.
The biggest city in Canada, Toronto isn't just responsible for the TV show, "Kids in the Hall". There's also a bevy of photo-yielding tours to take, with a vibrant social and cultural scene that guarantees plenty of subjects for your analog lens. And the food? Well, just don't eat the ponies.
Nearly 30,000 people flocked to the Los Angeles Convention Center back in June for a three-day jubilee of all things design-related. The annual "Dwell on Design" event is sponsored by Dwell Media, publishers of the popular glossy monthly publication, Dwell magazine. Check out my La Sardina photos!
Architecture and design buffs flock to Palm Springs for its modernist marvels and clean lines. Certain sunshine means plenty of ideal lighting, and any picture looks great.