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  • Baby on the Move

    Baby on the Move
    Remember when you read the first Golden Rule of Lomography, take your camera everywhere you go. You threw your analogue camera in your bag, or hung it on your neck. Then you tried to gather all of the accessories that go with it, just in case you want to experiment with them later. As you're walking, you realize that you took too much stuff with you!
  • Dazzling Doubles: Mask It Up

    Dazzling Doubles: Mask It Up
    This is my first time making a mask for my film camera. So I took out my Recesky and made a mask for a doubles project I was working on. Check out my self doubles project using a film mask and a Recesky TLR.
  • The Many Guises of Cindy Sherman: Sex Pictures (1989 - 1992)

    The Many Guises of Cindy Sherman: Sex Pictures (1989 - 1992)
    To cap our features of Sherman's notable works in film, allow us to share with you what may be some of her last major photos taken using film. Take a look at Sherman's provocative series from the early 90s entitled "Sex Pictures" after the jump!
  • On Mars and Photography

    On Mars and Photography
    Knock knock.... who's there? This great cartoon we found, that's who...
  • Lifestyle Feature of the Week

    Lifestyle Feature of the Week
    This week's featured Analogue Lifestyle article is "Introducing My Dianas!" by giovannidecarlo from Italy. Meet his family of dreamy Dianas, comprised of the Grandmother, Mother, and Nephew. I wonder if the Diana Baby 110 will soon be part of it? ;-)
  • Meet the BIG LomoKino Rumble Finalist #5: teanroberts

    Meet the BIG LomoKino Rumble Finalist #5: teanroberts
    One of our 10 finalists for the BIG LomoKino Rumble is Teän Roberts, whose movie is a cautionary tale about ingesting bugs! How did he come up with this idea? Read more details after the jump!
  • The Art of Falling Tear Drops

    The Art of Falling Tear Drops
    This newly-installed work of art is stopping visitors in their tracks. As part of Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 1’s $400-million upgrade, the airport installed a sculpture that was truly mesmerizing. Read on to find out where.
  • 2012 See No Evil Street Art Festival in Bristol

    2012 See No Evil Street Art Festival in Bristol
    The See No Evil Festival comes back for a second year - decorating some of Bristol's dated 1960's architecture with a fresh lick of paint at the hands of some of the world's best graffiti artists - and it's all topped off with a street party!
  • Introducing...My DIANAs!

    Introducing...My DIANAs!
    There are three Diana cameras in my collection, which I fondly refer to as the "Grandmother", the "Mother", and the "Nephew". :D
  • A Lomography Inspired Trip to Berlin Part 3

    A Lomography Inspired Trip to Berlin Part 3
    After purchasing the Lomography City Guide Berlin on a whim, I suddenly found myself in love with the little world painted inside; and since I've had a hankering to go travelling for quite some time now, I got myself a passport, convinced my friend Sarah that she wanted to come with me, and made my little whimsical dream become a reality! Here's part 3 of our Berlin adventures!
  • Guideline to Donating

    Guideline to Donating
    Those of you who are already familiar with donating your time and money for charitable causes are probably doing it because you are used to doing it since you were small or maybe because of something that's more personal. For those of you who are looking for a way to start donating, here's short guideline that you can use before you decide to donate.
  • DIY Project #28: Make a Halloween Mirror with Eyes ended over 2 years ago

    DIY Project #28: Make a Halloween Mirror with Eyes
    Along with our La Sardina DIY camera we’d like to present several DIY projects to inspire you. This project is a fantastic tutorial on how to make a Halloween mirror with creepy eyes by Linda. Have fun!
  • Wilfred Thesiger: The Last of the Great Explorers

    Wilfred Thesiger: The Last of the Great Explorers
    Wilfred Thesiger was born in 1910 to the British Consul-General in Addis Ababa, Abyssinia (modern day Ethiopia). He spent his early years in Addis Ababa. During this time, he developed an interest in photography after he was allowed to play with his father’s roll-film box brownie. It was also in Addis where Thesiger’s curiosity of foreign cultures blossomed. Both of these interests defined his life and by the time of his death in 2003, he was credited for being one of the last great explorers and an important anthropological photographer.
  • Blackout Fest Makes Its Mark in Toronto

    Blackout Fest Makes Its Mark in Toronto
    Blackout Fest held its first installment this year in Toronto from August 10th to the 19th. We took our trusty LC-A+, suitably loaded with black and white Lady Grey to check out this interactive festival - Read on to check out what all the hype was about!
  • Goodbye Lomography Selfridges and the Ace Window Display!

    Goodbye Lomography Selfridges and the Ace Window Display!
    I read on Facebook the other day that the pop-up Lomography shops, which had been in London Selfridges were going forever and this made me sad, as on a recent visit to London I had spotted a great contribution from Lomo to the Selfridges window display!
  • Beauty in Ruin: Damaged Negatives by Glen Luchford

    Beauty in Ruin: Damaged Negatives by Glen Luchford
    Ever lost a roll of film to an accident? It’s sad, right? Now imagine losing dozens of them in a flood just like what happened to photographer Glen Luchford — that’s hundreds of photographic masterpieces ruined. But then, serendipity happened. Read more after the jump!
  • A Lomography Inspired Trip to Berlin Part 2

    A Lomography Inspired Trip to Berlin Part 2
    After purchasing the Lomography City Guide Berlin on a whim, I suddenly found myself in love with the little world painted inside; and since I've had a hankering to go travelling for quite some time now, I got myself a passport, convinced my friend Sarah that she wanted to come with me, and made my little whimsical dream become a reality! Here's part two of our Berlin adventures!
  • The Perfect Combination

    The Perfect Combination
    I am becoming better (at a very slow pace) in producing analogue pictures. Yay! It's just like they say, "practice makes perfect". I know I won't be able to have anything close to perfect, but I will have something that's worth being framed in the family room or sent as a post card.
  • From Small Beginnings Come Great Things  

    From Small Beginnings Come Great Things  
    Size does not matter. The Diana Baby 110 proves this with its interchangeable lenses! Not only is it easier to carry around when you travel, you can also change lenses on the go!
  • Traveling with the Circus

    Traveling with the Circus
    Have you ever wondered what it would be like to run away and join the circus? Of course not, but wouldn't it be fun to experience it?
  • Karangahape Road: An Urban Adventure

    Karangahape Road: An Urban Adventure
    Karangahape Road (aka K Road) located in Central Auckland, is an exciting and cultural location that is perfect for just about anyone. Keep reading for more information!
  • Quench Your Analogue Thirst with Pink Lemonade Film!

    Quench Your Analogue Thirst with Pink Lemonade Film!
    Pink Lemonade is a special kind of film you can't get in stores. In fact, the only place you'll find it is in your own kitchen, or friendly neighborhood lemonade stand! See how I souped my film in this citrus juice and got refreshing results!
  • LomoAmigo Ike Levy and His Passion for the Analogue World

    LomoAmigo Ike Levy and His Passion for the Analogue World
    Ike Levy is a fellow citizen from São Paulo who started to take photographs quite by chance and today he no longer lives without a camera in his bag. With his analogue toys he registers the family, trips, friends, landscapes and whatever crosses his way. Meet this photographer who has the lomographic feeling in his DNA.
  • Most Popular Photo Last Year: August 27, 2011

    Most Popular Photo Last Year: August 27, 2011
    "Water is the stability of the planet" -- an amen to that! Thirst may be one of the worsts feeling in the world, yes?
  • Spotted: Analogue in Transworld Surf Magazine

    Spotted: Analogue in Transworld Surf Magazine
    I always enjoy flipping through surf magazines and looking at the amazing photos of beaches and massive waves. Transworld Surf magazine did a photo issue in the month of July. In it are some great photos and photos of great cameras!
  • Join The Colorflash Mob Rumble! ended over 2 years ago

    Join The Colorflash Mob Rumble!
    Flash! Ahhhhhh! Join the Colorflash Mob Rumble and run away with Piggy Points to spend in the Online Shop ... that is, if they're vibrant enough to catch our attention!
  • Back in the 110 Frame: My First Roll of 110 in Over a Decade

    Back in the 110 Frame: My First Roll of 110 in Over a Decade
    My time with 110 film started when I was just a boy. My newly-rekindled love affair with 110 may end up bankrupting me, but it sure will be fun.
  • Face Time WIth The Diana Baby 110

    Face Time WIth The Diana Baby 110
    When we say that this is a small camera that can shoot big photos, we're not making it up! Checkout the gallery of portraits shot with the new Diana Baby 110 below and see it for yourself!
  • Black and White Paris

    Black and White Paris
    I have spent ten months in Paris participating in the exchange program called Erasmus. I knew before going, that Paris is an amazing and beautiful city. I had been there before and I have already wrote about my favorite places in Paris, but this time, let me show something a little different...Have a look!
  • Tribute to Neil Armstrong

    Tribute to Neil Armstrong
    "One small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." That's how Neil Armstrong described it as he first stepped onto the moon's surface. It was a sad day on Saturday, as the world received news that US astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man on the Moon, died aged 82. To keep the remarkable memories alive, here's a tribute to the man who took "the giant leap for mankind".