LomoLocations Map Unveiled


One of the reasons that the whole website is being relaunched is to be able to introduce more wonderful functions and gadgets that will make your stay at our webspace more enjoyable. One such gadget is being unveiled today.

One of the reasons that the whole website is being relaunched is to be able to introduce more wonderful functions and gadgets that will make your stay at our webspace more enjoyable. One such gadget is being unveiled today.

All the locations that appear in the magazine have been plotted on a global map for you. Large parts of it has already been filled so feel free to take a look. With this map we hope that it will become easier for you to find the reviews that you are searching for, be it out of curiosity or for research for your next trip.

As for the empty spaces, they are waiting to be filled by you. Simply submit an entry for publication, and once an editor has had a quick glance over it, it will be added to the map. It is our will to fill the map, hence be on the look out for incentives.

Don’t be selfish, share the world through a Lomo lens!

written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-03 in #news #relaunch #lomolocations


  1. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    very cool!

  2. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    ok, not so cool. i can't see the map! i'll check back later.

  3. jeepeng
    jeepeng ·

    wow, cool!

  4. xbalboax
    xbalboax ·

    looks cool, lets see how fast we can fill the map :)

  5. jogintas
    jogintas ·

    wow!!!!!! incredible!!!! that's the thing I was wondering for ages, plus maybe there was a little help from my side, when I mentioned this idea in my feedback letter? jeees, superb!!!

  6. ferro_ud
    ferro_ud ·

    and what about doing those dots a bit more little? the italian ones are so close and it's hard to chose the right one.

  7. ferro_ud
    ferro_ud ·

    ah ok, I juse need to zoom in :) sorry..

  8. grad
    grad ·


  9. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    why can't is see the map? it says "lomolocations" at the left top corner of the screen, but the page is blank. i want to see!

  10. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    cool!! :))

  11. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·

    OK - I see it in Firefox. In case you are interested, you can't see the map with Safari.

  12. fash_on
    fash_on ·

    wow!! I forgot how many locations I had done here :)

  13. tmmluis
    tmmluis ·

    Sweeeeeeeeet guys!!
    I love this new feature!


  14. vicuna
    vicuna ·

    @myloveletter: I can see the map with Safari....

  15. recurving
    recurving ·

    @myloveletter what safari version are you using? works here, too...

  16. weechonghooi
    weechonghooi ·

    i love this....~!!!

  17. gemma81de
    gemma81de ·

    That's pretty cool! But is it possible to re-place the dots? One of my locations (Dropzone Airport Luetzellinden) isn't placed correctly (I could send coordinates or a screenshot with the correct location if you want). I think it would be good if there were a field for the coordinates in the submit form.
    Oh, and did you already mark all locations on the map? Cause one of my locations (Frankfurt Eastend) is missing.

  18. azurblue
    azurblue ·

    super cool !

  19. grenoouille
    grenoouille ·

    hmm... I can't see the map too...

  20. lucasjakobsson
    lucasjakobsson ·

    @ gemma81de

    Yes it is possible to replace the dots, unfrotunatley it has to be done by someone at LSI. It will be relocated shortly, and please drop a comment with the correct location.

    All of the published locations have not been added to the map but they will be, please endure a little bit more :)


  21. champi
    champi ·

    This is... AWESOME!!

  22. myloveletter
    myloveletter ·


    I am using Safari 1.3 on a Mac OSX. I still can't see it with this version of Safari, but every other browser works fine.

  23. dbc2
    dbc2 ·

    I like the picture ... my guess is it was shot with a Horizon looking north from the CN tower in Toronto.

  24. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    I added a location with a few extra pictures thinking I could delete the extraneous ones, but I was wrong. The extras were shot around the area of interest, but I would have preferred to remove them.

  25. zoe191
    zoe191 ·

    wow. it's amazing :D

  26. u-t-e
    u-t-e ·

    I can't see it.

  27. recurving
    recurving ·

    @myloveletter: thanks for letting us know. have you tried updating safari. as right now it's at version 3.1.2 - 1.3 is a bit dated...
    @u-t-e: can you tell us what browser and operating system you are using?

  28. recurving
    recurving ·

    @dbc2: exactly right. and thanks!

  29. coca
    coca ·

    i can't see it either :(

  30. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-
    -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- ·

    i cannot see the map...there is job for u guys

  31. recurving
    recurving ·

    @all: sorry that there are some trouble. but it would make our job easier if you could tell us what operating system and what browser you are using...

  32. coca
    coca ·

    i'm using windows XP and internet explorer 7.0

  33. vtayeh
    vtayeh ·

    By the way, I'm using Windows Vista 64 bit and both versions of Internet Explorer (7.0 and the 64 bit versions) don't work. However Mozilla Firefox works. Really cool map!

  34. olique
    olique ·

    oh, this is very very goood!:))) Im so happy!
    Finally I can browse through them so easy;)
    ..but Im missing there one my locations...are there all?

  35. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    How do we know when a submission has been approved?

  36. lucasjakobsson
    lucasjakobsson ·

    @ gvelasco

    As an editor has to check a submission before it is posted online it can take a few days for your submission to be published. At the moment there is no notification that lets you know when a post has been published so for the present Im afraid you will have to check in the magazine.

  37. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-
    -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- ·

    Windows XP version 5.1 Service Pack 3 + Internet Explorer 7

  38. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-
    -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- ·

    With Mozzilla i can do it...some observation about dots location: 1) the location FROM SAPA to BAC HA is close to Lao Cai close to chinese boarder and not close to Da Nang, which is more in the south; 2) Chau Doc is not in Cambodia close to Siem Reap (Angkor Wat) but in Vietnam close to the boarder between Vietnam and Cambodia...
    thank u
    waiting for other locs

  39. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-
    -a-l-b-e-r-t-o- ·

    dots location observation (DLO): the location Agkor Wat is close to Siemreab

  40. elcena
    elcena ·

    So I was touring the new map (which is fantastic by the way), and noticed a button in the genreal Montreal area with a location labeled 'Bourbon Street'. Thinking it was interesting that there would be a Bourbon Street in Canada, I clicked on it and found that it was indeed the (in)famous Bourbon Street of New Orleans, only placed waaay up north and probably at this point a little chilly. Same goes for the Voodoo spiritual temple location. Just thought someone might want to know...

  41. notcub
    notcub ·


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