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  • Belair X 6-12 Photos: My Top Picks

    Belair X 6-12 Photos: My Top Picks

    The Belair X 6-12 developments are piling in and are as vibrant as ever. I couldn't help but flip through all of them this morning. Some in particular are such gems, and I wanted to share them with you, detailing why I find them so amazing as I find the "like" button oftentimes doesn't encompass exactly how I feel towards the photo in question...

  • Chance Meeting between Hong Kong Lomographer kaho152 & Belair X 6-12

    Chance Meeting between Hong Kong Lomographer kaho152 & Belair X 6-12

    Hong Kong Lomographer kaho152, who loves to shoot landscapes, was mesmerized by Belair X 6-12, and shot many unique photos of Hong Kong's streets. Let's see his Belair photos and listen to his thoughts…

  • Lomographer for a Day: Isabel

    Lomographer for a Day: Isabel

    I, juansupergen, have lent my LC-A+ Russia Day loaded with Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 to my sister-in-law Isabel and turn her into a “Lomographer for a Day”. Look what she’s done!

  • What is your favorite Kodak film?

    What is your favorite Kodak film?

    Not so long a ago, there was a wonderful time when finding slide film was much easier. Back then, so many rolls of film were sold. Brands such as Kodak could produce multiple types of slide film, each with their own look. At that time, film manufacturers even advertised in consumer magazines. Take a look at some Kodak memories.

  • Lomographers for a Day: Carol and Sergio

    Lomographers for a Day: Carol and Sergio

    I, juansupergen, have lent my Lomo LC-A+ Russia Day loaded with tungsten film to my friends Sergio and Carol and turned them into “Lomographers for a Day”. Look at what they've done!

  • UK CitySlicker Dave: My Analogue Wishlist

    UK CitySlicker Dave: My Analogue Wishlist

    We all love the simplistic use and cool designs of our favourite Lomo cameras. But sometimes you just want to step it up a notch...

  • A Lot of Beautiful Light

    A Lot of Beautiful Light

    Some people hate it, while some people don't. The measure of light in a Lomograph when it is too much might be a mistake but worry not for it can also be really beautiful!

  • If We Don’t, Remember Me: A Collection of Film Cinemagraphs

    If We Don’t, Remember Me: A Collection of Film Cinemagraphs

    There’s always that one scene in a movie that makes an impact in us, that one scene that sticks on our mind’s eye and repeats itself in an infinite loop that we couldn't quite get out of.

  • Everything I Know About Photography, I Learned from My Cat

    Everything I Know About Photography, I Learned from My Cat

    Read about how snapping pictures of my cat has given me inspiration and valuable lessons about film photography.

  • The Cities That Lori Nix Builds

    The Cities That Lori Nix Builds

    Instead of looking for existing urban decay to photograph, an American photographer creates her own post-apocalyptic scenes to capture in full detail on film. Find out how these amazing worlds of Lori Nix make her a non-traditional photographer after the jump!

  • Themed Projects for Analogues: Self-Portrait from Reflections

    Themed Projects for Analogues: Self-Portrait from Reflections

    I was inspired by Adam Bronkhorst, author of Lens Flair, who creates projects with a particular theme that you can try yourself to take really interesting and varied images. Take a look at what I did after the jump!

  • How Did My Lomo Affair Start?

    How Did My Lomo Affair Start?

    Back in 2008, I flirted with a multi-lens camera, and it happened. I left that digital path and started to discover that softness and kindness that film offers you. I'm sure you all know what I'm talking about, so keep reading!

  • Your Face is Red

    Your Face is Red

    Red, yellow, orange, or sometimes even blue. Oh, the surprise redscale film can bring! It's a mystery we just love to discover and play with!

  • Capturing Yosemite: The Notes of a Lomo Traveler

    Capturing Yosemite: The Notes of a Lomo Traveler

    “The splendor of Yosemite burst upon us and it was glorious.” These were the immortal words that Ansel Adams wrote when he first visited Yosemite in 1916.

  • My Favorite Lomographs

    My Favorite Lomographs

    In celebration of the 20th anniversary of Lomography, we're on the lookout for your favorite Lomographs. Are you guys curious about the Lomo staff's own? Then read on!

  • Tracing your Lomo Beginnings: Why am I shooting film again?

    Tracing your Lomo Beginnings: Why am I shooting film again?

    Discovering Lomography was like awakening my inner child – I’m hooked on Lomo. Read on to find out why.

  • Interview with MATTHEW WINTERS from Diana World Tour Austin

    Interview with MATTHEW WINTERS from Diana World Tour Austin

    We wanted to see what Diana World Tour participant Matthew Winters had to say about the clone-creating process, and get an update on his present artistic endeavors. Keep reading for an intriguing peek inside inside Matthew's ongoing creative projects!

  • My Journey in the World of Lomography: ponzi

    My Journey in the World of Lomography: ponzi

    My love for lomography began with a single photo I saw in a magazine 3 years ago. Funny because now I can’t even remember exactly what it was. All I could recall was what I felt when I first saw it. I was so overwhelmed by the picture’s beauty and its intense colors and the fact that it was taken using a lomography (film) camera. It was love at first sight and I knew at that moment I just had to learn how.

  • What Makes Analogue Photography Special For Me?

    What Makes Analogue Photography Special For Me?

    I recently read an excellent book called ‘Retromania’ by the music journalist Simon Reynolds. In one chapter, Reynolds examines ‘The Twilight of Music as an Object’; the chapter suggests that in the digital era, music has become a simple commodity that anyone can access, whenever they want. This chapter made me think about my own experiences with photography and why analogue photography has certain special and unique qualities for me.

  • Tracing My Lomo Beginnings with the La Sardina El Capitan

    Tracing My Lomo Beginnings with the La Sardina El Capitan

    My discovery of Lomography and the love affair I have with it is definitely of self-discovery. Looking back at how it started, I can say it's the best thing I've ever spent my time and money on.