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  • 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.

  • Florian Imgrund's Double Exposures in Monochrome

    Florian Imgrund's Double Exposures in Monochrome

    A German photographer got his first film camera two summers ago, and has been taking amazing photos ever since. Among them are some beautiful, nicely done double exposures. Take a look at some of his work after the jump!

  • Camera Cameos: Rolleiflex TLR on Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus

    Camera Cameos: Rolleiflex TLR on Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus

    It's Monday once again and here's another feature on analogue eye candies which you may have already seen in cinematic films, old school music videos, vintage advertisements, or other forms of visual media. Our fourth full feature for this series is a Rolleiflex TLR caught on Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus!

  • Portraits of Strangers: To Ask Or Not To Ask, That Is The Question

    Portraits of Strangers: To Ask Or Not To Ask, That Is The Question

    It's not always easy to take a photo of a stranger. It needs courage and politeness. Or sometimes it just needs pure cheek. This is how I got the shots and why I took them in the first place. Six strangers and a few dogs, here are a few of my favourite stranger portraits, taken on a variety of film cameras.

  • Old's Cool Old School: Vintage Diana Cameras

    Old's Cool Old School: Vintage Diana Cameras

    Check out this super sweet collection of vintage Diana cameras! We found 35 retro reincarnations of the medium-format plastic camera from the '60s and '70s so we're sharing the treasure trove with you. Time to scout your own attic for one, or buy a brandspankin' new Diana F+ from our Lomography Shop!

  • Paul Newman Hugging Joanne Woodward While Playing the Trombone

    Paul Newman Hugging Joanne Woodward While Playing the Trombone

    Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward were married for 50 years until his death. Most likely Paul Newman picked up this instrument in Martin Ritt's Paris Blues starring him as trombone-playing Ram Bowen along Sidney Poitier.

  • 100 Years - Hollywood's Women by the Decade

    100 Years - Hollywood's Women by the Decade

    In light of the Oscars that have just passed, we are taking a look at some of Hollywood's leading females from the last 100 years. Watch them transform in style, before your very eyes! Some images might seem misplaced, in the wrong decade, but they aren't! See what we're talking about after the jump.

  • Sepulchral: A Journey in the Necropolis by Ellen Rogers: 1888

    Sepulchral: A Journey in the Necropolis by Ellen Rogers: 1888

    Hello! And thank you for joining me here again in the Sepulchral. Last year, I wrote an article here about ‘The leaf room,’ an experiment that concerned and haunted me, further more it gave me ‘blanks’ I wanted to fill. The same ‘blanks’ where summoned upon reading about the story of ‘The London Match Strikes.’ So please read below if you wish to know more about the images you see before you...

  • Guy in a Suit on a Skateboard

    Guy in a Suit on a Skateboard

    Just a badass photo of a guy in a suit on a skateboard. It was taken by LIFE staff photographer Bill Eppridge in New York in the 1960's.

  • Secondhand Love Affair: My Home

    Secondhand Love Affair: My Home

    I love secondhand stuff. My wardrobe contains mostly of clothes bought in flea market or in charity shops. I created my home in the same way. Almost everything in my flat isn't new. I like things with history and mystery.

  • Australian Street Art

    Australian Street Art

    From humanizing comic book superheros, to beautifying trash piles, Australian street artist Fintan Magee has done it all. A chameleon, when it comes to themes and chosen surfaces to paint on, Magee often mixes different themes together to make pedestrians contemplate the individual issues separately as well as, as a whole.

  • Secondhand Love Affair: Double Love Affair with Olympus

    Secondhand Love Affair: Double Love Affair with Olympus

    It isn't easy to find a secondhand camera for sale in Reykjavik. I got lucky twice. Both times in local flea market. I proudly present you my two lovers: experienced Olympus OM-10 and handsome Olympus LT-1.

  • The Lomography Guide To The Zodiac

    The Lomography Guide To The Zodiac

    They say that the positioning of the celestial bodies can affect personality traits of individuals – that’s the science of astrology. And for every astrological sign, there’s a perfect Lomography item for you! Check out our analogue zodiac chart below.

  • Secondhand Love Affair: The Photo I Fell in Love With

    Secondhand Love Affair: The Photo I Fell in Love With

    This is the story of a vintage photo of London I found in a pile of papers in a suitcase at boot fair on 29th of January just this year.