West meets farther west in this dusty, dry, blood-red Doubles With You edition!
It's smart to shoot 400 speed film with your Diana F+ but taking a chance with Velvia 50, a sunny day and the desire to go mad with multiple exposures can yield some mind blowing results!
Richmond CenterStage has been the talk of the town for quite some time. What used to be the Carpenter Center for the Performing arts and the old Thalimer’s Department Store have been renovated and joined to create Central Virginia’s newest performing arts building, holding now four different venues of varying sizes.
She’s only been around for a short time, but our little darling has already been busy hobnobbing with you! Check out what everybody's been raving about the new Diana Mini!
We caught up with long time Lomographer, *Michael Kuhle*, owner of the *Epaulet* shop.
Amber Tamblyn's photos featured as the front and back cover of David Cross' new book!
Queensboro Bridge celebrates its 100th anniversary of marrying the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens in 2009. Though it's not used today nearly as much as it was in ages past, Queensboro Bridge is still one of the most photogenic in New York City.
Shouting at someone will instantly get you a reaction. You'll probably get slapped in the face (sorry) or invite an amused laugh (hopefully). Now, if you shouted "Diana Mini!" in their faces, what do you think would happen? Here we present to you a couple of folks who dared ... and captured the reaction with their Diana Mini cameras!