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

  • Sepulchral: A Journey in the Necropolis by Ellen Rogers: Earl Grey

    Sepulchral: A Journey in the Necropolis by Ellen Rogers: Earl Grey

    Hello there and thank you for bearing with me! It has been some time since I was here talking to you last and since then I have been moving into a new studio! I have never really had a bespoke space just for working in before so it’s a good way for me to separate my ever messy (and stinky) work from my home life. I will post more about that soon.

  • Cross Processing Colour Guide

    Cross Processing Colour Guide

    Every cross processed slide films have different color shifts. In order to use them flexibly, why don't we have a color palette?

  • The 7 Analogue Changes in My Life

    The 7 Analogue Changes in My Life

    This is about the 7 changes I’ve come to pass when I entered the door of the Analogue World.

  • The Jacks and Jills of All Films: 110 Film

    The Jacks and Jills of All Films: 110 Film

    110 film was introduced by Kodak back in 1972 for their line of cameras called the Pocket Instamatic. Were you able to get the chance to shoot with this kind of film? We present some of our community members who have some cool 110 film photos!

  • All About 110 Film

    All About 110 Film

    The 110 film format was introduced by Kodak in 1972. Have you had the chance to shoot with this kind of film? Most us already know about the 35mm and 120 film format. But what about 110? Find out more after the break.

  • All About 120 Film

    All About 120 Film

    There are non-conformist analogue photographers who prefer medium format after discovering its quirks and quality. Will you soon be one of them? Maybe after you find out more about 120 film here!

  • Masters & Mirrors

    Masters & Mirrors

    Don't you sometimes wonder who checks a dentist's teeth, gives a masseuse a massage, and takes a photographer's photo? Well, my last conundrum is answered by these black and white self-portraits of masters in mirrors, highlighting a photographer's self-reliance, creativity, and even equipment.

  • Adam Yauch aka MCA Climbing a Cinema Marquee With the Help of the Other Beastie Boys

    Adam Yauch aka MCA Climbing a Cinema Marquee With the Help of the Other Beastie Boys

    "I shouldn't have logged on to the internet today…" that was my initial response when reading the news about Adam Yauch last Friday. The Beastie Boys have been around for as long as I can remember and even though they've matured over the years, they always remained young in my eyes. These are the reasons why MCA's death came as such a shock to me.

  • Hollywood Audition for Black Cats

    Hollywood Audition for Black Cats

    Those who are superstitious might veer away from these photos of a Hollywood callout for black cats but we can't resist the furry felines! Lucky for us LIFE was able to archive these exquisite black and white photos by Ralph Crane from 1961.

  • Pinhole Papercams by Thomas Hudson Reeve

    Pinhole Papercams by Thomas Hudson Reeve

    Pinhole photographer Thomas Hudson Reeve has come up with an interesting concept for shooting: he doesn't use a camera and he doesn't even use film! Instead, he uses Papercams, pinhole cameras made entirely out of photo paper! Check out the awesome results below.

  • My Dilemma While Packing for Travel

    My Dilemma While Packing for Travel

    I can’t bring my entire beloved cameras. So, which should I pick? Which should I go with? Which will I miss most?

  • Quiet Conversations: Katie Cooke’s Pinhole Photos

    Quiet Conversations: Katie Cooke’s Pinhole Photos

    Katie Cooke is an artist and photographer who mainly uses pinhole cameras when taking photos. She comes up with these mysterious images that seem to tell a story. Find out more after the break.

  • The La Sardina Goes Candid!

    The La Sardina Goes Candid!

    The La Sardina Splendour is the latest addition to the La Sardina Family. Packed with great features, this camera poses infinite possibilities for taking photos!

  • More Color On Your Negatives!

    More Color On Your Negatives!

    Lomography without color may just turn out to be boring. Monochrome sure is lovely but we need a splash of color every now and then!

  • Vintage Street Scenes from Around the World

    Vintage Street Scenes from Around the World

    Through the decades, generations of photographers across the globe have been taking their cameras to the streets, making street photography one of the most prevalent themes today. With this in mind, Lomography has come up with the retro-styled La Sardina Splendour perfect for street snapping! Let's get inspired with some interesting street scenes around the world, as snapped by LIFE photographers of yesteryears!

  • The Road to 15 Million Likes: The 100 Most Liked Photos

    The Road to 15 Million Likes: The 100 Most Liked Photos

    Looking for a new photo to love? Check out our gallery of 100 photos which received the most likes from 14 million to 15 million – You’ll sure to find a new favorite shot here. And thanks again to everyone who helped us reach 15 million likes on Lomography.com – We are already getting a little excited about 16 million!

  • 20 Terrific Lomography X-Tungsten Photos from the Community

    20 Terrific Lomography X-Tungsten Photos from the Community

    Since it joined the roster of Lomography's line of films, the X-Tungsten 64 has been steadily making its way into every lomographer's list of favorite and wanted films. Why exactly? Well, we'll let some 25 marvelous photos from the community tell you why!

  • Digital vs. Analogue Photos

    Digital vs. Analogue Photos

    When I was travelling, I tried to compare the photos taken by a digital camera and an original film camera, specifically an LC-A+. Why don't we play a little game by guessing which photos were taken by which camera? It's a face-off between the old and new!

  • The Perfect Mix for an Iconic Photo

    The Perfect Mix for an Iconic Photo

    These two images are uncanny, in composition and sentiment conveyed. They are more than six decades apart and as such were taken in almost two separate worlds. From observing the two photos however the social context doesn't seem to have changed much, but that's just at first glance.

  • Am I Too Old for Lomography?

    Am I Too Old for Lomography?

    Read about the thoughts of a thirty-something engineer based in Tokyo on the correlation of age, Lomography, and the realization of doing something you love other than a 12 hours a day job.