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  • Mind-Blowing Light Painting Mosaics By Brian Matthew Hart

    Mind-Blowing Light Painting Mosaics By Brian Matthew Hart

    If you're one of those who have tried and succeeded in taking beautiful light paintings, wait until you see the amazing work of a master light painter who made mosaics out of his photos! Learn more about it after the jump!

  • Ian Ruhter and His Camera Truck

    Ian Ruhter and His Camera Truck

    If you haven't seen his stunning wet plate images, you are in for a treat. If you have, you know what we are talking about. Ian Ruhter, his truck and the people who have posed for him and helped him create stunning photographs are making a splash online and in print. We interviewed Ian about his current and upcoming projects, take a look at what he had to say.

  • How To Make a 6 Month Pinhole Camera By Justin Quinnell

    How To Make a 6 Month Pinhole Camera By Justin Quinnell

    Justin Quinnell is one of the modern masters of Pinhole Photography. He has experimented with long exposure pinhole photos - as long as six months! We have featured him in the Magazine a couple of years back, and now we would like to re-introduce him to the community!

  • Rule #1: Take Your Camera Everywhere You Go

    Rule #1: Take Your Camera Everywhere You Go

    I am usually the last person to remember to throw a camera in the bag before I leave home. But now that I have joined the Lomo movement, I have the 10 Golden Rules to follow. I am making myself familiar with each one of the rules by acknowledging each rule with photos!

  • Spin it Like You Mean it!

    Spin it Like You Mean it!

    We have been raving about the awesome 360 for the past couple of days! But why wouldn't we be? Is it not amazing to capture your analogue life in its full capacity?

  • For the Creative Minds and Brilliant Hands

    For the Creative Minds and Brilliant Hands

    We have asked Bloggers all over the world to share their creative projects with us so that we can share them with you! Here's a list of a couple of cool and fun DIY tutorials that you might be interested in:

  • (Accidentally) Seeing Double: Bokeh and Redscale

    (Accidentally) Seeing Double: Bokeh and Redscale

    Accidental doubles are simply the best -- nothing beats the unexpected treasures that can fuse together without the photographer's knowledge! Here is my experience with double exposures, computer shots, tea time, redscale, and surprises.

  • Split Your Lomograph in Half

    Split Your Lomograph in Half

    If there is one accessory from the Lomography Online Shop that can truly challenge your inner Lomographic crazy side, then I bet you that it's the Splitzer!

  • How Analogue Are You?

    How Analogue Are You?

    Are you new to Lomography? Are you an expert in the analogue world? Which analogue camera fits your personality? Take our personality test and find out!

  • Vintage Olympics Posters

    Vintage Olympics Posters

    While the world is still hot with the Olympics fever, we searched high and low for some beautiful vintage posters of the iconic sporting event. Now, very quickly, allow us to share our finds with you after the jump!

  • My Lomostaycation

    My Lomostaycation

    When I finished the first part of my textile design studies in June, I was relieved. It’s a lot of hard work, and I could finally sit down and relax. I hate stress, and I was so looking forward to doing absolutely nothing at all. But doing nothing at all gets boring really fast.

  • Take Your Camera Out at Night

    Take Your Camera Out at Night

    Sometimes Lomographers are afraid to take their camera out at night especially when they suppose that their Lomographs would just turn out dark -- or even worst, black!

  • Pet Portraits: The Cutest Reason to Go Analogue!

    Pet Portraits: The Cutest Reason to Go Analogue!

    A look into all the analog cuteness that the Lomography community has to offer!

  • The First Modern Olympic Games

    The First Modern Olympic Games

    Now that the London games are all set to open today, we bring you yet another teeny look at the pages of history to satisfy that curiosity about the first Olympic Games in the modern times.

  • An Analogue Journalist at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona

    An Analogue Journalist at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona

    The manipulation of the celluloid's sensitive emulsion coloured the viewers, the musicians, and the atmosphere of the festival.

  • Japan's Whirling Photography

    Japan's Whirling Photography

    A group of funky Japanese artists created the "rrrrrrrroll" project. They took half a year to photograph many "Whirling" themed photos. Be it a girl whirling by herself or an object whirling, these are animated photos, representing the concept of temporal flow.

  • Bauhaus: The School of Building

    Bauhaus: The School of Building

    You know what the Fisheye Baby 110 Bauhaus edition is, but how many of you know what Bauhaus is? If you're into art, then you should be quite familiar with this term, but for those of you who are clueless but curious, here's a short history of the Bauhaus and its movement

  • Simply The Best: A Collection of Top Fisheye Baby 110 Shots

    Simply The Best: A Collection of Top Fisheye Baby 110 Shots

    The Fisheye Baby 110 is a small camera with huge potential. As they say, the proof is in the pudding. So that’s what we have here. No, not a pudding, but a selection of great Fisheye Baby 110 photos. Enjoy!

  • The 5 Most Memorable Photos of Stray Cats that I Took

    The 5 Most Memorable Photos of Stray Cats that I Took

    I assume we all have taken photos of stray animals. It is as if taking photos of these creatures is an essential part of being a lomographer. I too share this trait, so in this article I will tell the story of the five most memorable photos of stray cats in my analogue life.

  • Keep Your Sport with Lomography

    Keep Your Sport with Lomography

    In a week, the largest sporting event in the world will begin in London. It will run for barely a month and will host hundred of games with participants from all over the world! Swell, eh?