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  • City Mom takes on the LC-A+!

    City Mom takes on the LC-A+!
    In celebration of Mother's Day, we at Lomography Canada thought it would be super cool to feature one of our favourite moms! Downtown mother and banker Mable Ang took the LC-A+ with her on her most recent trip and proved that right with lots of great photos and a new-found love for analogue photography!
  • The LomoLab Would Like an #AnalogueLunchDate with You! ended about 2 years ago

    The LomoLab Would Like an #AnalogueLunchDate with You!
    LomoLab Manager Jack is known as a natty dresser, a secret genius, and an expert at all things Lab related! He's the guy we entrusted our London LomoLab too, and now he's inviting the whole world to a lunch date on twitter. So, if you have any burning questions about film, processing or anything lab related, read on to find out when you can ask the man himself!
  • US CitySlicker Cole: Welcome to the Mitten State!

    US CitySlicker Cole: Welcome to the Mitten State!
    For their first task, the US CitySlickers will show us around their towns and cities, documenting their experiences in analogue and telling us stories along the way. Let's meet Cole and learn more about Grand Rapids in Michigan!
  • Festivals in Film: Sentosa Balloonanza

    Festivals in Film: Sentosa Balloonanza
    Sentosa is the fun island resort of Singapore, and it is turning 40 this year! As part of its anniversary celebration, Sentosa Ballonanza will be held this month. Read on to find out more about this event.
  • Basking at the Beach: Peruvian Beach Shots

    Basking at the Beach: Peruvian Beach Shots
    A few days ago, someone asked me: Does Lima have beaches? I said: Of course! We are on the beach and we love spending time hanging out with friends there surfing, eating ceviche, and drinking some beer!
  • The Longest LomoKino Video Thus Far: Tomorrow by Arakajime

    The Longest LomoKino Video Thus Far: Tomorrow by Arakajime
    At 17 minutes long, Arakajime's "Tomorrow" is currently the longest music video shot using the LomoKino. Whew, talk about cranking that camera! Watch the video clip and learn more about director Go Shibata's techniques here. (Excuse our Japanese!)
  • Sold! The World’s Most Expensive Camera

    Sold! The World’s Most Expensive Camera
    Yesterday, the photographic world sat in awe as news broke of the world’s most expensive camera sale. It happened at the WestLicht Photographica auction in Vienna, coincidentally also the home of Lomography HQ. The prototype 0-series Leica 35mm camera sold for a staggering €2.16 million (or £1.73 million); one of only 25 editions produced for testing in 1923, the world-record camera is thought to be one of only 12 to have survived. Read on for a photo and witness the momentous occasion as it happened!
  • Jacob Simkin and the 'Schools on the Moon'

    Jacob Simkin and the 'Schools on the Moon'
    After working on "Skateistan, Afghanistan's first skate school, Jacob Simkin has taken on another noteworthy project called "Schools on the Moon." Through this new undertaking, the photographer and teacher aims to give Afghan children a chance to obtain decent education. Read more about our LomoAmigo, his new project, and the role of photography and Lomography in this new venture after the jump!
  • The Godfathers of Film: Thomas Edison and William Dickson

    The Godfathers of Film: Thomas Edison and William Dickson
    This installment of The Godfathers of Film briefly traces the origins of the 35 mm film, inarguably the best known and most commonly used film format to this day. Learn more about the early days of 35 mm films and the brilliant minds behind them after the jump!
  • PhotoLabs Submission Callout!

    PhotoLabs Submission Callout!
    Lomography is calling out to each and everyone of you to share your knowledge and help keep film alive. Tell us about your local photo processing labs and help improve our PhotoLabs section. Read on...
  • US CitySlicker Gretchen: Keeping It Weird in Portland

    US CitySlicker Gretchen: Keeping It Weird in Portland
    For their first task, the US CitySlickers will show us around their towns and cities, documenting their experiences in analogue and telling us stories along the way. Let's meet Gretchen and have a small slice of her world in Portland, Oregon.
  • A Bigger Splash: Part One

    A Bigger Splash: Part One
    There’s a big surprise in store for the analogue world. An upcoming release so amazing, so astonishing that we’re about to leave you picking your jaw off the floor in disbelief. Curious? Read on.
  • Workshop Highlights: 'Fools Rush In' Lomokino Workshop

    Workshop Highlights: 'Fools Rush In' Lomokino Workshop
    Lights, camera, and... action! Let us bring you back to the old times when movies were still silent and in black & white. Here's what happened during our 'Fools Rush In' LomoKino workshop at the Lomography Gallery Store Singapore.
  • The Jacks and Jills of All Films: 110 Film

    The Jacks and Jills of All Films: 110 Film
    110 film was introduced by Kodak back in 1972 for their line of cameras called the Pocket Instamatic. Were you able to get the chance to shoot with this kind of film? We present some of our community members who have some cool 110 film photos!
  • The Godfathers of Film: David Houston

    The Godfathers of Film: David Houston
    In this new mini-series called The Godfathers of Film, join us as we trace the origins of the photographic emulsions we have all grown to love shooting with. For the first installment, learn about the important invention that led to the development of a popular film format: roll film.
  • Locations Feature of the Week

    Locations Feature of the Week
    Reminiscing about her favorite place in her homeland, the author of this week's featured locations post has come up with a rather unique way of presenting her chosen location. Check it out after the jump!
  • UK LomoLab Month Week 3: Ready, Set, Shoot!

    UK LomoLab Month Week 3: Ready, Set, Shoot!
    Three is the Magic Number! Yes, that's right, to celebrate week 3 of Lomolab month we have got some super special competitions and promotional offers for you in-store and online too! Gather together your rolls of film and lets get processing!
  • All About 110 Film

    All About 110 Film
    The 110 film format was introduced by Kodak in 1972. Have you had the chance to shoot with this kind of film? Most us already know about the 35mm and 120 film format. But what about 110? Find out more after the break.