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  • Break The Lock Mechanics

    Break The Lock Mechanics
    Do you want to find out what's inside our Lomography safe of goodies? Looking to earn exclusive discounts? Take part in the Break the Lock challenges!
  • Party Highlights: Diana Loves New York!

    Party Highlights: Diana Loves New York!
    The Diana F+ is a majestic analog being. She is constantly dazzling us with her soft vignetting, square format, and adaptability. So in honor of the Diana F+ we've thrown quite a party here at the Lomography Gallery Store NYC.
  • The Portable Darkroom

    The Portable Darkroom
    Some people turn their bathrooms into darkrooms to have the chance to do film developing themselves. Some even sacrifice their clothes and use their walk-in closets as a darkroom. But what if you don't have enough space to have a darkroom in your tiny apartment? Consider the portable darkroom!
  • Southern California Through Analogue Eyes

    Southern California Through Analogue Eyes
    We're proud to be part of Southern California here at Lomography LA. We love our little corner of the world, it has everything, mountains, beaches, desert, urban excitement and suburban solitude. But we feel sometimes sunny SoCal is pigeonholed, so we wanted to show LA ( and our desert neighbors too!) from the perspective of local Lomographers. We asked our staff for their most unique photos from their favorite neighborhoods and spots around Southern California. Check out the eye opening results!
  • Do You Need Your Own Darkroom?

    Do You Need Your Own Darkroom?
    Having your own darkroom is not as complicated as some people think it is. The darkroom doesn't even need to be a room. It can be a dark area where you can still carry on darkroom activities. But why does someone like you need your own darkroom? Is it cheaper to develop your film at home? Is it worth the effort? Read on to see if you need a darkroom of your own.
  • Kodak Eyeing to Cease Consumer Printing Business

    Kodak Eyeing to Cease Consumer Printing Business
    As part of its company reorganization and restructuring, Kodak announced last week that they will wind down sales of its consumer inkjet printers.
  • Whitstable Oyster Festival

    Whitstable Oyster Festival
    A great reason to visit Kent's seaside in case you haven't been there before. For a lot of people, it’s hard to imagine that there is the possibility of a beautiful seaside life in England. Well they are wrong, because there is such a thing!
  • Lomography's Break the Lock: Join our Series of Challenges and Win!

    Lomography's Break the Lock: Join our Series of Challenges and Win!
    Do you want to find out what's inside our Lomography safe of goodies? Looking to earn exclusive discounts? Join our series of Break the Lock challenges!
  • How to Handle Your Development Chemicals

    How to Handle Your Development Chemicals
    If you're working in a darkroom, you should know that those chemicals that you use should be properly managed. From the day you bought them to the day they are used up, you should always take good care of those liquids and powder. Read on to see how to safely store, manage, and dispose your darkroom chemicals.
  • Lifestyle Feature of the Week

    Lifestyle Feature of the Week
    This week's featured Analogue Lifestyle article is "To Delete or Not to Delete" by dearjme from Hawaii. She almost deleted her LomoHome but we're glad she stuck around! Find out why she nearly left our lovely Lomographic community here.
  • La Sardina Wardrobe Artist — Mandycat's La Sardina DIY

    La Sardina Wardrobe Artist — Mandycat's La Sardina DIY
    Having artworks published on various newspapers and magazines, Mandycat despite being an illustrator and a full-time cartoonist, she is also madly in love with cats. No wonder we always see cats in her work. Her La Sardina DIY is no exception too..
  • Intern Diary: Last Post by Yours Truly, ilkadj

    Intern Diary: Last Post by Yours Truly, ilkadj
    So here it is, my last entry for the Diary of an Intern Series. Hopefully they will continue this series, so that Lomo friends will still be able to get the feeling of how fun an internship at Lomography can be. So without further ado, this is my farewell post to all of you loyal readers.
  • LomoAmigo The Standards and the LC-A+

    LomoAmigo The Standards and the LC-A+
    Lomography and FILTER Magazine teamed up to present a special collaboration! We provided several artists from the Culture Collide festival in Los Angeles some Lomography cameras and here is our sixth LomoAmigo from our Culture Collide LomoAmigo series!
  • Staying on the Safe Side of Film Processing

    Staying on the Safe Side of Film Processing
    Everyone who processes their own film is familiar with that characteristic smell when they start mixing the development chemicals. The smell is nostalgic, but it's also not healthy. Here's a couple of tips to keep the area you are working in well ventilated and safe!
  • Reviews of the Week

    Reviews of the Week
    Each week, we place the spotlight on some of the most interesting and insightful reviews from the community. Are you itching to find out which ones from the past week made it to the cut? Then, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and read on!
  • Tipsters of the Week

    Tipsters of the Week
    For every lomographer who has been looking for tips to make their analogue life easier and more fun, the Magazine has lots of tipsters to use as reference. The past week's featured tipsters may be useful to you if you want to either start shooting with an SLR camera, or trick your friends with a cool La Sardina design. If you're curious, read on to find out what they're all about!
  • People vs. Places: A Double Exposure Collaboration

    People  vs. Places: A Double Exposure Collaboration
    People vs. Places is a creative photo collaboration between photographers Timothy Burkhart and Stephanie Bassos.
  • Break The Lock: Challenge One

    Break The Lock: Challenge One
    Do you fancy yourself a super sleuth with keen detective skills? Then we at Lomography have a surprise in store for you! All you have to do is to figure out our riddle before Friday 5th October!
  • Lightproof Your Darkroom

    Lightproof Your Darkroom
    Light can be a photographer's best friend when it comes to capturing scenic panoramas. But when it comes to processing films in the darkroom, you should consider light to be your worst enemy! Make sure your lightproof your darkroom so that there is not a single light that can sneak up and ruin your photos.
  • Break The Lock: Challenge Five ended almost 2 years ago

    Break The Lock: Challenge Five
    Today's the last day for you guys to break the lock and unleash the rewards we've got stored inside for the community! Want to know what the challenges are? Check it out after the jump!
  • The Analogue Reader: Mysteries of Vernacular

    The Analogue Reader: Mysteries of Vernacular
    Have you ever wanted to learn about the origins of some common English words? What, you find that boring? Well, not anymore, once you start watching these stories unfold through the pages of Mysteries of Vernacular.
  • Almost There For a Chance to Win The Lomography Fun Bag!

    Almost There For a Chance to Win The  Lomography Fun Bag!
    Yeap! You are a quarter of the way to your goal for a chance to win a Lomography Fun Bag! That's right, the prize is a Lomography Fun Bag. Now that the mystery is a mystery no longer you should be even more motivated to share and win!
  • Darkroom Checklist

    Darkroom Checklist
    If you're ever thinking of making your own darkroom, you should consider this checklist and make sure that you all the basics covered in order to develop and process your own film rolls at home.
  • Packed in like Nuri Sardines Rumble ended almost 2 years ago

    Packed in like Nuri Sardines Rumble
    Sardines might be packed in way too tight, but we're pretty sure that you can still find your way into squeezing in like them and grabbing a photo or two! The tighter the photo, the better the prize!
  • Next Station: City Hall of Seoul

    Next Station: City Hall of Seoul
    In the heart of Seoul, City Hall, it is concentrated with administrative departments and high rises. Despite of the modernization, admiringly, it is surrounded by cultural heritage and nature elements.
  • Celebrating the Best of 2 Tasty Sardines!

    Celebrating the Best of 2 Tasty Sardines!
    We have two things to celebrate this October. One of them, you are probably familiar with, is Lomography's 20th anniversary. The other one is Nuri's anniversary. That's right, the importer of Austria's most popular sardines in a can brand is having its 120th birthday. And, of course, we just have to do something cool to celebrate these two anniversaries, as we are both truly big sardine fans!
  • DIY Project #45: Animal Magnet Frames ended almost 2 years ago

    DIY Project #45: Animal Magnet Frames
    Along with our La Sardina DIY camera we’d like to present several DIY projects to inspire you. This project is a creative tutorial on how to make animal magnet frames by Sofia. Have fun!