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  • Revenge of the Snowmen at the LGS Toronto ended almost 4 years ago

    Revenge of the Snowmen at the LGS Toronto
    There’s certain things that go together well in this world: peanut butter and jelly, pen and paper, making snowmen and Lomography. Come down to the Lomography Gallery Store to build and document the most awesome Canadian snowmen ever (bring gloves, or forever hold your peace).Sunday 30 January 2011
  • Light Painting Workshop at the LGS Toronto ended almost 4 years ago

    Light Painting Workshop at the LGS Toronto
    Light Painting is totally as much fun as it sounds! A brand new workshop to the Lomography Gallery Store Toronto that is truly a photographic miracle. We’ll show you the basics of light painting with a lomographic camera right before your eyes. You'll be doing your own light painting by the end of the workshop!
  • Multiple Exposures Workshop at the LGS Toronto ended almost 4 years ago

    Multiple Exposures Workshop at the LGS Toronto
    Multiple Exposures are one of the most exciting and creative techniques in any Lomographer’s arsenal. They can be used to blend ideas, tell stories, or capture stream-of-consciousness images as fast as they pass before a photographer’s eyes. In this workshop we’ll cover all the bases of double and multiple exposure with tips to best shots with a wide range of Lomography cameras.
  • The Story of the LC-A Workshop at LGS Toronto ended almost 4 years ago

    The Story of the LC-A Workshop at LGS Toronto
    The Story of the LC-A: Lomographers around the world have been using this snapshot wonder to communicate through their photographs for years. In this workshop, discover the LC-A’s history from its early days as the Russian everyman camera, to when it became the spark that ignited the fire in the hearts of a million Lomographers around the world! Learn tips, tricks, and techniques of Lomography’s core camera.
  • Diana Dialogues Workshop at the LGS Toronto ended almost 4 years ago

    Diana Dialogues Workshop at the LGS Toronto
    Trace the Diana’s roots back to where it all began: learn how the camera has affected trends and become a classic artistic tool for several generations of photographers. In 2007 this camera was reborn as the Diana F+. Pick up tips, tricks, and dazzling techniques!
  • Magazine Requested Posts Update!

    Magazine Requested Posts Update!
    We've recently updated our Requested Posts so come on in and take a look! Maybe you have a story that we're looking for. You'll get 10 Piggies with one you give us that gets published!
  • Stay Tuned for the The Great Big Lomography Film Bible Part 2!

    Stay Tuned for the The Great Big Lomography Film Bible Part 2!
    Don't miss the second part of The Great Big Lomography Film Bible! This time, Pamela Klaffke dissects the slide film section and gives you the lowdown on the different kinds of slides - from Fuji to Kodak to Lomography and everything in between!
  • Expand your Tribe: The Pure Joy in Meeting Like-Minded Strangers

    Expand your Tribe:  The Pure Joy in Meeting Like-Minded Strangers
    The Seattle Lomo Adventure Club has been meeting for over the last several years, quietly hanging out sharing our experiences with our favorite cameras. Over this time we have had roughly the same group of six to eight people who show up sporadically to our scheduled meets. It has been fun... but quiet. Suddenly, for our November Meet we had a crazy influx of new people to our meet and the energy buzzing around was vibrant and electric. It felt as if our entire group had tripled in one night, and yet at the same time it felt like we were meeting dear old friends again.
  • Nobuyoshi Araki: Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down

    Nobuyoshi Araki: Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down
    “Kinbaku (knots with ropes) are different from bondage. I only tie up a woman's body because I know I cannot tie up her heart. Only her physical parts can be tied up. Tying up a woman becomes an embrace.” - Araki