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  • Penny the Matchbox Pinhole Camera

    Penny the Matchbox Pinhole Camera
    One day, I was bored and itching for a DIY project. After rummaging through the study for materials and scouring the internet for how-tos, I decided to make a pinhole camera out of a matchbox. Yes, I've built a camera! See the resulting shots below.
  • MOTAT Military Weekend: 17th - 18th March 2012

    MOTAT Military Weekend: 17th - 18th March 2012
    Every year in March, Auckland's Museum of Transport and Technology hosts Military Weekend, both an educational look at the history of war and a mark of respect to those who lost their lives.
  • 15 Million Likes: Top 10 Photo Likers Winner Announcement

    15 Million Likes: Top 10 Photo Likers Winner Announcement
    Thanks so much to everyone who helped us reach the historic 15 Million photo likes on Lomography! It’s time to recap our top 10 ‘Likers’ from 14 million to 15 million – Our winners each get super prizes so head over the jump and see if it’s your turn to celebrate!
  • The LOMO LC-Wide Photo Book Part 2

    The LOMO LC-Wide Photo Book Part 2
    Intense colours, crisp tones and gorgeous vignettes. Complete with a 17mm ultra-wide-angle Minigon 1 lens, innovative MX button, lightning fast zone-focusing and a choice of full-frame, square or half-frame photo formats. The LOMO LC-Wide: the latest innovation in the LOMO legacy.
  • Flashbacks on Film: Elvis in the Army

    Flashbacks on Film: Elvis in the Army
    Like all fit and young men, entertainer Elvis Presley had to serve in the United States Army. He was already a famous personality during that time and had the option to serve as an entertainer for the troops. However, he chose to serve as a regular soldier. Learn more on this edition of Flashbacks on Film.
  • Seoul City Guide - Food and Drink Call Out!

    Seoul City Guide - Food and Drink Call Out!
    It's now time for our final location call out! This week we're asking you to give us your all-time favorite locations in Seoul for grabbing some much-needed food and drink! Submit an article and not only will you have the chance of starring in the forthcoming Lomography City Guide Seoul but you'll also be awarded a mouthwatering 15 Piggies for each Seoul-based Location you submit! Read on for more info.
  • Celebrate Milan's Design Week with us ended over 2 years ago

    Celebrate Milan's Design Week with us
    It's that time of the year again! And Lomography Gallery Store Milan will be boiling with a series of free workshops that will magically make one thing out of the design world and analogue photography.
  • Letters to Diana Mini, My Constant Companion

    Letters to Diana Mini, My Constant Companion
    I'm sharing with everyone a collection of letters addressed to my first film camera, a white Diana Mini. These letters detail how a year has passed, the events in my life in Japan, and how Diana Mini has been my constant companion.
  • Spring Festivities: Apple Blossom Day

    Spring Festivities: Apple Blossom Day
    I love spring. In fact, it's one of my favorite seasons. Trees and flowers are starting to blossom, the evenings are getting lighter, and summer is only around the corner. With this in mind, I thought I'd share this little nugget of pure Springtime-loveliness for when any of you happen to wander down to the West Country.
  • Feist Goes Back to the Future with Irina Werning

    Feist Goes Back to the Future with Irina Werning
    Singer-songwriter Feist has collaborated with photographer Irina Werning for her latest music video, "Bittersweet Melodies." Watch the clip below and take a melodic trip down memory lane with photos from Werning's Back to the Future series.
  • Portraits of Strangers: I Love Strangers

    Portraits of Strangers: I Love Strangers
    Most of us are afraid of taking photos of strangers in the street and I think that's one big obstacle for us to express our creativity and share our vision in daily lives. I think that most countries don't have the rule to forbid us to take photos in the street, except in some private places.
  • Dear Diana Mini: You Remind Me of Too Much

    Dear Diana Mini: You Remind Me of Too Much
    Short vignettes of better days, all captured by my trusty Diana Mini -- the first analogue camera. She has been the one to capture the happiest months of my life. And today, I'm going back in time to honor those days. Let the river flow.
  • Love at First Lomo: Diana Mini

    Love at First Lomo: Diana Mini
    My lomo first love is the Diana Mini. I felt in love with her older sister, the Diana F+, but decided to get her because she’s much more petite and cute! Want to know how my romance started? Read on after the jump!
  • A Look at the Work of Daniel Meadows

    A Look at the Work of Daniel Meadows
    Recently Redeye Photography Network gave me the opportunity to meet a true inspiration, documentary photographer Daniel Meadows. Educated privately, Meadows as a young man didn’t have the opportunity to mix with many and developed a love affair with a film camera using it as he says as “a passport through the classes”. He used photography as a way to meet people, hear their stories, and document the beautiful in the ordinary.