Bundled up or barren. Warm, fiery, reds, or cold tones, indicative of the cold weather. Transport vessels, even if miniature and made of paper. We've given you rhyme and reason to check out the most popular photos of the season!
We had a look at every single day to find out which was the most popular, commented and liked, photo uploaded on that very specific day. You will find them sorted chronologically in our gallery. Want some stats? In December, there were 1,022,229 likes and 26,528 comments in the photos alone! Now enough chatting, let’s get to the juicy stuff, plug in some earphones, find your favorite song from that time, and check out the gallery!
Most Popular Articles December 2011 'Twas the month of Christmas...and that meant articles related to the holidays! The LC-A was exposed, on the front page of the magazine, multiple times! Lomography also showed how savvy we are with social media by syncing photo uploads on our website to other platforms!
Most Popular Articles November 2011 Remember, remember the month of November 2011! After all, it happened not too long ago! The most memorable event, hands down, was launching of the LomoKino! Articles, this month, featured old stop-motion films, highlighted important points in the history of early cinema, and featured instructions and tipsters on how to use the new, 'old school', movie camera!
Most Popular Articles October 2011 This 'ere month evokes the reddening leaves of autumn in the Northern hemisphere and the budding flowers of spring in the Southern hemisphere! This was the month in which dreams were made, that gave you reason to be afraid, and introduced the fashionable camera bodies in (we know it doesn't rhyme) plaid! Drum roll please...allow us to reintroduce you to October 2011!
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LomoGuru of the Week: Earlybird His trademark black and white portraits have become very popular in our Community. His username rings a loud bell, too. Well, I guess it's just time for us to publish an interview with this guy from Germany!
Lomopedia: Horizont The successor of the KMZ FT-2 and the predecessor of the Horizon 202, the Horizont camera was produced in the Soviet Union in 1967. Find out more about this early swivel lens panoramic camera after the jump!
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