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  • 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...

  • A Beautiful Chance

    A Beautiful Chance

    There is certain poetry in the images. A modified reality captured by a magic lens that impassively observes how time goes by; an unpredictable interpreter which bursts with color...

  • Analogue Resolutions: Processing Errors I Will Avoid in 2013

    Analogue Resolutions: Processing Errors I Will Avoid in 2013

    Since I started developing my own color pictures, I have produced many wonderful pictures (well, I think so, anyway...). I have also produced many horrible mistaskes. As they say, to err is human, to learn divine. For your entertainment, and perhaps education, here are my biggest processing mistakes I hopefully will not repeat this year.

  • Take A Vertical Perspective

    Take A Vertical Perspective

    Let's admit it, we usually prefer taking Lomographs in a horizontal way -- trying to capture every thing and every one in our surroundings.

  • LomoGuru of the Week: Gepo1303

    LomoGuru of the Week: Gepo1303

    He will be celebrating a decade of being a Lomographer in a year and a decade of being a Community member in two. Hey, that's what we call a LomoGuru!

  • Woody Allen Poses with a Bunch of Rangefinders for Playboy

    Woody Allen Poses with a Bunch of Rangefinders for Playboy

    Don’t worry, he’s not naked.

  • Introducing the Lomographic Musical Calendar! - January

    Introducing the Lomographic Musical Calendar! - January

    Lomography proudly presents the Lomographic Musical Calendar. Read on, discover what it is all about and enjoy 2013 in a very analogue way.

  • Stunning Snaps of California Arcades from the 80's

    Stunning Snaps of California Arcades from the 80's

    A California university managed to obtain a collection of beautiful monochrome photographs taken by Ira Nowinski of the arcade game scene around Bay Area during the early 1980s. We're all video game fans in one way or another, so we bet you'd like to have a sneak peak of these stunning snaps of retro arcades!

  • Walasiteodito’s 2013 Analog Bucketlist : Fingers Crossed

    Walasiteodito’s 2013 Analog Bucketlist : Fingers Crossed

    Are you excited for what’s going to happen to your analog life this year? Well I am, very excited that I did set my bucket list as early as I possibly can. Bring it on 2013!

  • 'Men at Lunch' Documentary Tells Story Behind 'Lunch atop a Skyscraper'

    'Men at Lunch' Documentary Tells Story Behind 'Lunch atop a Skyscraper'

    You must have already be familiar with the iconic photo of 11 construction workers enjoying their lunch break while sitting on a beam hoisted 69 floors up, but do you know the story behind it? Well, now you will know, through a documentary that seeks to tell a story lost in time, about the men who built New York City.

  • Some of Revolog's Favorite Photos Taken With Their Film

    Some of Revolog's Favorite Photos Taken With Their Film

    Who doesn't love to experiment with different cameras and films? We do and so do our friends at Revolog. And when I write friends I mean it – I have known Hanna, one of their founders, for years now, have fond memories of the Revolog launch party and she is the trusted caretaker of my Horizon Perfekt. Find some of Hanna and Michael's favorite shots taken with Revolog film in this article!

  • LomoGuru of the Week: Gauthiermonde

    LomoGuru of the Week: Gauthiermonde

    A few weeks ago, he was our LomoKino LomoAmigo, and now that the new year has struck, it's time to know more about this week's LomoGuru!

  • The Anatomy of a Disposable Camera

    The Anatomy of a Disposable Camera

    Ever wonder how the inside of a disposable camera looks like?

  • Headless Portraits Brought to You By Victorian Era Photoshop

    Headless Portraits Brought to You By Victorian Era Photoshop

    Photoshop may be a thing of more modern times, but clever use of photomanipulation certainly is not. Case in point? Headless portraits made using Victorian Era photoshop techniques. I have to warn you, though: the photos you are about to see, while fascinating, could be downright creepy!