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  • 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?

  • Seeing Double: Swap the Film, Spread Love, and Fun

    Seeing Double: Swap the Film, Spread Love, and Fun

    A few months ago, it was the first time I had ever tried and experienced film-swapping. I usually love it when I have more or less control over the shots, even with doubles. However, I was willing to try something new. ‘You never know, you may like it,’ I told myself. And I do not just like it, I LOVE IT.

  • Get Ready for the Big Games!

    Get Ready for the Big Games!

    We're all getting excited for the imminent start of the long awaited activities in London. To get you in the mood, here are some sports related photos.

  • La Sardina DIY: Daehyun Style

    La Sardina DIY: Daehyun Style

    How does a La Sardina DIY turn out in the hands of and artist with a background in Traditional East-Asian Art/Painting? Meet Daehyun Kim and admire his delicate monochrome La Sardina DIY customization.

  • DIY: Analogue Invitations Made with Film Canisters

    DIY: Analogue Invitations Made with Film Canisters

    Are you hosting a special event and want to surprise your friends? What a better way to invite them than with an original DIY invitation! - very analogue and full of color. Read on and get all the details...

  • The Kills' Jamie Hince Photographing With A Contax T2

    The Kills' Jamie Hince Photographing With A Contax T2

    Every other day there's another track appearing from the upcoming Fleetwood Mac tribute album "Just Tell Me That You Want Me". Some days ago I stumbled upon a cover version of the song "Dreams" performed by The Kills – together with a gallery of the band shot by Kenneth Cappello.

  • 44 days in Europe with 54 films: Now an Analogue Addict

    44 days in Europe with 54 films: Now an Analogue Addict

    A 44-day trip to Europe with my LC-Wide opened my eyes to films. I have never derived so much satisfaction and thrill from taking, developing, and anticipating photos. And suddenly digital was part of my past, and it was effortless.

  • Psychedelic Like Lomographs

    Psychedelic Like Lomographs

    Are you seeing red leaves, yellow skin, green skies, and white trees? Hey, you must be hallucinating! Or maybe not because they might just be psychedelic infrared Lomographs!

  • Franz Rabl: A Master of His Craft

    Franz Rabl: A Master of His Craft

    Franz Rabl, one of the last Masters of analogue film post production, gives us a little insight in his work and why he sticks to film. Let’s have a look over his shoulder to get a glimpse at his work.

  • Moonrise Kingdom: A Movie for Everybody with an Analogue Heart

    Moonrise Kingdom: A Movie for Everybody with an Analogue Heart

    This movie is in theaters now and it definitely stole my heart. I have a feeling that everybody with a passion for an analogue way of living is going to love, love, love, this film! For all of you who haven't seen it yet, read on! (and please go see it afterwards!)

  • The T-Shirt From The 19th Century To Today

    The T-Shirt From The 19th Century To Today

    Ever stopped to think where the T-Shirt came from? Probably not. I know I haven’t! So let’s take a few steps back in time together and find out where our most taken for granted, comfortable item of clothing comes from.

  • Behind the Lens: Interview With David Corio

    Behind the Lens: Interview With David Corio

    British photographer, David Corio, is well-known for his photographs of famous musicians. Join us for behind the scene stories on his works of art.

  • The Skin You Live In

    The Skin You Live In

    Aside from portraits of ourselves, our pets, friends, lovers, and family, we Lomographers also like to take random analogue photos of our body parts.

  • I Like Your Photo, You Like His Photo, He Likes Her Photo, and What Does She Like?

    I Like Your Photo, You Like His Photo, He Likes Her Photo, and What Does She Like?

    I get very happy ever time I check the number of photo likes (we are at over 19,000,000 right now) in the community. After liking a photo I asked myself, what photo did this person like recently? I checked it out and wondered again. So I decided to make a database query: start with one photo, show me a photo this photographer liked recently, and so on – but exclude all previous liked photos and people (this reads like I am barking commands at my computer – well, sometimes I do, but not in this case).

  • Why Gamers are on Their Way to Becoming Better Street Photographers

    Why Gamers are on Their Way to Becoming Better Street Photographers

    If you happen to be both a hardcore gamer and an avid photographer, this article may be an interesting read for you! A photographer recently shared his insights on why it's not surprising for some gamers to become better at street photography. Read on to find out if you agree!

  • LomoCelebs: Making Iron Man — Panoramas by Jeff Bridges

    LomoCelebs: Making Iron Man — Panoramas by Jeff Bridges

    Yesterday, we shared a few of Jeff Bridges' behind-the-scenes panoramas from recent movies he's filmed. Today, we present the full photo book from the set of Iron Man wherein the Oscar-winning actor played sci-fi antagonist Obadiah Stane. See candids of co-stars Rober Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, and the rest of the superhero movie's cast and crew here!

  • May I Take Your Order?

    May I Take Your Order?

    When Swiss photographer Stephen Shaher went on a road trip across North America in 2004, it was only natural for him to make pit stops at diners and cafés to refuel. Take a look at his snaps of the cheap food he consumed--and the proud waitresses who served them--here.