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Here you will find a handpicked selection of the best articles.

  • On Early Photographic Processes and the Perks of Going Analogue

    On Early Photographic Processes and the Perks of Going Analogue

    "I think it’s impossible for us today to imagine what a revelation the first photographs would’ve been to people…"

  • Made for Each Other: LC-Wide and the Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 35mm

    Made for Each Other: LC-Wide and the Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 35mm

    The most impressive effect I have ever seen on my pictures is when I have used the Lomography X-Pro Chrome 100 (35mm) film and my LC-Wide. It is the combination that has given me the most spectacular double exposures. And now my LC-Wide's heart is broken as the film is completely out of stock...

  • Lomo Cameras Caught in Security X-ray!

    Lomo Cameras Caught in Security X-ray!

    Have you ever wondered what the security officer behind the X-ray machine sees in your bags? How do they determine the materials based on the images on their X-ray screen? Put on your X-ray glasses and find out!

  • A Beautiful Chance

    A Beautiful Chance

    There's a certain poetry in images. A reality modified by a magic lens that observes impassive the time passing by; an unpredictable viewer exuding color. When I was given the beautiful Diana Mini, I was not sure about what to do, how would the photos come out, or even worse, if they would come out...

  • Friends Forever

    Friends Forever

    Who loves your dog, cat, turtle, or whatever is your pet? Put your paws up in the air!

  • The Ultimate Newbie Analogue Bucket List!

    The Ultimate Newbie Analogue Bucket List!

    With the beginning of 2013, a whole new year of analogue opportunities awaits. But, with the endless ideas the Lomographic Communiy has to offer, it’s hard for a newcomer to pick which idea to try first.

  • Stratski with her Trousers Down

    Stratski with her Trousers Down

    It stays mysterious, the people 'behind' Lomography. Who actually edits the sent in pieces on lomography.nl? And who translates their butts off in trade for loads of piggies? During this series, Dutch Lomography Magazine editors and translators will be with their trousers down.

  • Dreamy Landscapes captured in Medium-Format by Jennifer Court

    Dreamy Landscapes captured in Medium-Format by Jennifer Court

    A talented musician & photographer, Jennifer Court uses medium format to capture beautiful landscapes. She recently had an exhibition of all double-expsures taken with her Hasselblad. I asked Jennifer some questions about her process. Read after the jump for some photos and see what she had to say.

  • Just Like Sand in Your Lomograph

    Just Like Sand in Your Lomograph

    Some people hate it while some eventually develop a love for it; the sand-like texture in your Lomographs that make you say it is truly analogue.

  • LomoGuru of the Week: 134340

    LomoGuru of the Week: 134340

    She took a walk with an analogue camera, browsed through the Lomography Community, instantly fell in love with the photos, and promised to never stop taking Lomographs -- that is this week's LomoGuru!

  • Bridging Countries Through Lomography: Ccwu's LomoDiary

    Bridging Countries Through Lomography: Ccwu's LomoDiary

    His name is easy to remember, and his Lomography portraits are hard to forget. This LomoGuru from Taiwan is now here to share his deep Lomographic experiences as he is February's featured LomoDiary.

  • Valerie and her Maneki Neko La Sardina: an Interview

    Valerie and her Maneki Neko La Sardina: an Interview

    From design to the real deal - Valerie won the NSMBL X Lomography DIY rumble. This week we got to know her better. How did she get her camera design idea? You can find out now!

  • Ask Your Guru: Mamontovas Asks Disdis

    Ask Your Guru: Mamontovas Asks Disdis

    We might have been off the loop for quite some time but that doesn't mean we forgot all your burning analogue questions!

  • My 2013 Analogue Bucket List: I Would Like to Have Some Hard-to-Find Cameras

    My 2013 Analogue Bucket List: I Would Like to Have Some Hard-to-Find Cameras

    I started with the analogue photography and lomography just one year ago. I have collected 38 different cameras. I am missing only other 3 cameras. They are HARD TO FIND!

  • Bad Postcards: Vintage Postcards Like You've Never Seen Them Before

    Bad Postcards: Vintage Postcards Like You've Never Seen Them Before

    In my quest to find all sorts of wonders related to postcards and deltiology (postcard collecting), I came across this interesting Tumblr blog which showcases an interesting collection of vintage postcards of the bizarre and kitschy kind. If you share this love for postcards with me, take a look at some of my bad postcard finds after the jump!

  • Analogue Girl About Town: Now that I’m 30, I’ve become painfully aware of my own mortality

    Analogue Girl About Town: Now that I’m 30, I’ve become painfully aware of my own mortality

    I had this week’s article written and ready for publishing two weeks before my deadline but a lot has happened since then so I decided to write an entirely different article, one that would be more fitting. I also dusted off my trusty Mamiya C330 so I could capture the sense of this piece on film.

  • LomoGuru of the Week: Blueskyandhardrock

    LomoGuru of the Week: Blueskyandhardrock

    We have tons of LomoGurus coming from the U-S-A and this lady from Los Angeles just jumped in the pack!

  • Beautifully Nostalgic Photos of 1950s - 1960's Paris

    Beautifully Nostalgic Photos of 1950s - 1960's Paris

    Paris may be the famed city of romance and culture that it is today, but it probably wouldn't have earned that reputation if not for the stories, artworks, and photographs that immortalized its glorious past. Let's take a look at a slice of the French capital's olden days through beautiful photographs taken during the 1950's and 1960's.

  • Left Brain Photography

    Left Brain Photography

    In my previous article on right brain photography, I made some examples of photos taken using mainly the right hemisphere of our brain. These photos were taken by instinct, relying mainly on emotions and empathy of joyful people, and I was being emotionally involved in the events. In this article, I'm going to show to you some photos taken using the rational parts of my brain, the left hemisphere. This is the second article in a series of three.

  • Large Scale Camera Obscuras

    Large Scale Camera Obscuras

    While rolling the dice on Wikipedia I came across a delightful article on the Camera Obscura in San Francisco, overlooking Ocean Beach. It's on the US National Register of Historic Places. This lead me to wonder what other famed large-scale Camera Obscuras, past and present, there were out there...