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  • RECAP: Toronto Doors Open ended over 3 years ago

    RECAP: Toronto Doors Open
    Diana Dialogues work shop at City Hall in Toronto
  • Lubitel Love From Waist Level Chapter 19: Lubitel Models, Komsomolets “Young Communist”

    Lubitel Love From Waist Level Chapter 19: Lubitel Models, Komsomolets “Young Communist”
    Appropriately named after the Communist Youth organization “Komsomol,” this camera is one of the very first products created by the burgeoning Soviet photo industry. It is also the very FIRST TLR camera created in the Soviet Union.
  • Canada Day After Party With Buck 65 Live Performance! ended over 3 years ago

    Canada Day After Party With Buck 65 Live Performance!
    Celebrate Canada with Lomography Toronto and Juno Award winner Buck 65 on July 2nd! From 3pm - 4pm Buck 65 will be playing your favorites from his latest album 20 Odd Years. Afterward stay for refreshments, cake and some Lomographic good times!
  • June Workshops! ended over 3 years ago

    June Workshops!
    The Schedule for our June workshops is up! Come by & pick up some new tricks!
  • 24 hours LC-W !

    24 hours LC-W !
    Here in Milan we're so crazy about the new LC-W that we want you to spend some quality time with her and see for yourself if it isn't an intergalactic awesome camera.
  • Lomowalls of the Week

    Lomowalls of the Week
    In a creative rut and seeking inspiration? Take a gander at ten of the most popular LomoWalls for the past week and you're sure to have a 'eureka' moment!
  • User Blogs of the Week

    User Blogs of the Week
    What tales titillated the Lomographic community for the past week? We've collated the top ten here for easy viewing for you guys!
  • In Film We Trust

    In Film We Trust
    A life in analogue requires trust, understanding, and appreciation of the tools of making images and skills that the digital grind doesn't necessarily require. These are the skills that make analogue photography more memorable and more permanent.
  • The Indian - America's First Motorcycle

    The Indian - America's First Motorcycle
    Whenever we speak of bikes for the big boys, big names in the history of motorbikes, such as Harley-Davidson, instantly come to mind. But perhaps only the hardcore bikers and fans are familiar with the Indian, America's first motorcycle.
  • Love, Loss, and Lomography: A Story of Healing Through Analogue Art

    Love, Loss, and Lomography: A Story of Healing Through Analogue Art
    Let me say that this is an extremely personal story and I am not seeking your sympathy, nor your shock. My life ended and began again on March 28, 2010. That was the day I lost the love of my life, my partner, my lover and my best friend, Laurie Jensen. I can’t actually get into the details, as the Coroner’s report is still pending.
  • The Time-Tagging Photo Rumble: Noon ended about 3 years ago

    The Time-Tagging Photo Rumble: Noon
    Noontime is when the sun is at its hottest, burning napes among pedestrians and commuters. Usually it's unfavorable to take photos at this time when the sunlight is too strong, but if you've got any great noontime shots to share with us, tag them accordingly and we'll pick top 3 photos to win some Piggies!
  • On a Colorsplash tour with Seabear

    On a Colorsplash tour with Seabear
    Let us introduce you to our latest LomoAmigos, Icelandic indie folk band Seabear. In 2010 they finished their European tour, playing 90 shows in 53 cities. Our Colorsplash Camera was lucky enough to join them for the last weeks on tour. We interviewed bass player Halldór Ragnarsson about this colourful time. Ready for a color explosion the Icelandic way?
  • Flooding in the Prairies

    Flooding in the Prairies
    Being in the flat prairies in the middle of Canada, and having a large amount of snow in winter. Flooding is a more than likely occurrence. Living on a farm with cows makes this a challenging time to be a farmer, but with great opportunities to take great photo's. I carry my Nikon FM SLR around all the time while out doing chores and just walking the land.
  • Jean Music

    Jean Music
    The first time I came across Jean Music, I thought it was about a person named Jean who, naturally, makes music. I was wrong. It’s about that article of clothing more popular than music itself.
  • Keeping It in the Family

    Keeping It in the Family
    Norfolk may be famous for 'keeping it in the family' and this case is no different. Analogue photography has been a passion for three generations. For me, living in a digital world gave me no time to learn how to use analogue cameras, or so i thought. One box of hidden slides, an Olympus OM10 and a curious mind later and I have a new love for all things analogue. This is about the man who started it all and how he kept analogue alive in a digital family.
  • E.L.K.'s Stencil Artshow

    E.L.K.'s Stencil Artshow
    We all know the issues with working from analogue to digital, but E.L.K.s astoundlingly intricate Stencil Art works in reverse! E.L.K. (AKA Luke Cornish) is an Australian Stencil Artist producing works out of Canberra, Australia.
  • Simply Put: Bikes

    Simply Put: Bikes
    It's like riding a bicycle... or taking a picture... it'll last longer.Truly there isn't anything quite like riding a bicycle, as far as I know. You learn it eventually, and usually and well you sometimes get off that bike for years, no reason to ride your bike where you live sometimes. You get back on that bike years later, you just know how to do it, how to get those wheels rolling. That's not really the point though.
  • Re- Cap of Lomo Journey to the Huntington Botanical Gardens at the Lomography Gallery Store LA!

    Re- Cap of Lomo Journey to the Huntington Botanical Gardens at the Lomography Gallery Store LA!
    Roses are red, Violets are blue, The Lomography Gallery Store LA had another Lomo Journey, hope it involved YOU!!!