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  • Beautiful Berlin Gallery

    Beautiful Berlin Gallery

    Teeming with history and rich in culture, Berlin is and always will be, one of our Lomographic meccas! Come with us on a Lomographic journey across the wall as we scour and enjoy the different sights and sounds that we can only find and experience in Berlin.

  • Lomo In Motion

    Lomo In Motion

    The Lomo philosophy can sometimes be set into motion! With movie film formats such as Super 8mm and 16mm, Lomography can take on an entirely different nature, introducing time as another variable to be played with. (And the equipment just looks cool!) Allow me to explain and show you...

  • 35mm Film – Why Did I Ever Stop?

    35mm Film – Why Did I Ever Stop?

    Rhianne Moore is a Lomography enthusiast and a blogger who was asked by a friend why she started shooting film. And after a lot of thought, she began to question herself on why did she ever stop in the first place? Join her as she muses on the wonders of analogue and 35mm!

  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #2: David Richardson

    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #2: David Richardson

    Nowadays, it's very rare to encounter a professional photographer that shoots purely in analogue. David Richardson, photographer #2 in our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series, certainly serves as an inspiration to all of us! Read on for more of his thoughts.

  • Andy Warhol: Superstar of Photo-booths, Polaroids, and Portraits!

    Andy Warhol: Superstar of Photo-booths, Polaroids, and Portraits!

    Campbell's cans, Monroe and Presley, POP ART, silkscreens, The Factory, and Velvet Underground - these are a few things which would undeniably bring Andy Warhol and his greatness to anyone's thoughts. So hey, darling, take a quick flashback into his 15 minutes of fame and witness how dandy Andy Warhol used to be!

  • Analogue Lifestyle: A Short Essay on Film and Functions by Severin Matusek

    Analogue Lifestyle: A Short Essay on Film and Functions by Severin Matusek

    Wanderer Severin Matusek recounts his journey last summer of how he saw first-hand how similar and at the same time, how different, a simple point & shoot camera is with the legendary Leica. At the end of the trip, he ponders and muses some questions that we hope you can help us discuss!

  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #6: Yosigo

    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #6: Yosigo

    We are happy to introduce you to our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series! Meet photographer #6, Yosigo, as interviewed by horaciorv. Curious as to where he got his alias? Read on and get to know more about this photographer/graphic designer!

  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #7: Christine Zona

    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #7: Christine Zona

    We are happy to introduce you to our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series! Meet Photographer #7- Christine Zona, as interviewed by Maliha. Her photography experience is enviable - she was the first in-house staff photographer for the Discovery Channel!

  • The Art of Waiting With Olivia Collette

    The Art of Waiting With Olivia Collette

    We all know that Lomographers are an interesting bunch, active in more places than their LomoHome. If you are already a fan of livvyluv, you may also know her as Olivia Collette, creator of the multifaceted Livvy Jams blog. We asked her about writing, blogging, her dream job and what she is waiting for. Enjoy!

  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #8: Valery Rizzo

    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #8: Valery Rizzo

    We are happy to introduce you to our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series! Meet Photographer #8 Valery Rizzo, a professional stock, assignment and fine art photographer who has a decades long love affair the Holga and everything analogue. Openideas caught up with her despite her busy schedule and fielded in some questions about stock photography and film in general!

  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #10: Francesca Tallone

    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #10: Francesca Tallone

    We are happy to introduce you to our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series! Meet Photographer #10 - Francesca Tallone, as interviewed by Maliha. A self-confessed romantic who loves to shoot in natural light, she is based in Brooklyn, New York as a professional photographer and hobbyist.

  • Mr. Kubrick: A Master of Cameras

    Mr. Kubrick: A Master of Cameras

    Let's give a classical round of applause to the most influential camera connoisseur in all of history -- Mr. Stanley Kubrick! While he was known mostly for his work with moving pictures, what many don't know is how he was a phenomenal photographer.

  • Ten Analogue Questions with Pamela Klaffke

    Ten Analogue Questions with Pamela Klaffke

    Pamela Klaffke is a professional writer and photographer, whose unusual photographs were taken using damaged and expired film. Sounds like anyone you know? Yep, thought you'd be interested! See her gallery and read some insightful words on analogue lifestyle.

  • Looking Back: The Photography of Dennis Hopper

    Looking Back: The Photography of Dennis Hopper

    Dennis Hopper is famous for his work in front of the camera as an actor but what some people may not know is his work behind it. Aside from his work directing and producing films, he was an accomplished photographer with countless exhibitions under his belt.

  • Shoot From the Kid - Hand over your camera!

    Shoot From the Kid - Hand over your camera!

    There's this old adage that children see things unlike adults do, that they view the world on a completely different level. Lomographer and proud father dirklancer decides to take on an experiment and gather empirical evidence that proves this theory once and for all.

  • The Importance Of Lomography

    The Importance Of Lomography

    For a while now I have been wanting to write about the importance of Lomography, not just in terms of keeping analogue alive, but the importance of the community and the actual effect of Lomography on the individual. Until recently I did not really know how to begin but now I do.

  • Passionate Pinholes with Justin Quinnell

    Passionate Pinholes with Justin Quinnell

    It isn't everyday that we, get to talk to one of the modern masters of Pinhole photography Justin Quinnell. Pinholes can seem intimidating but Justin breaks this misconception and explains how he got started taking 6 month long exposures and tells us how to do as well in the "Six Month Long Pinhole Exposures Tipster"!

  • Anonymous Snapshots from the Half Frame Camera

    Anonymous Snapshots from the Half Frame Camera

    Most people view the diptych printing from half-frame camera negatives as a given. Read on as contributor, Mark Sullo, describes the discovery and serendipity of finding these unintentional diptychs that bring two separate pictures together as a dynamic pair.

  • Wallpeople: The Largest Mural in Town!

    Wallpeople: The Largest Mural in Town!

    Ever wondered how a real-life Flickr would look like? Instead of uploading pictures to a digital space, the Wallpeople project posts photographs on a public wall. They have invaded 10 cities so far - and aims to continue this hands-on collaborative art project in more cities!

  • Diversity in an Analogue World - The Beauty by scootiepye

    Diversity in an Analogue World - The Beauty by scootiepye

    We all know her pictures. For some, they may even be the images that inspired them to pursue Lomography in the first place. Take a few minutes and digest what one of the oldest Lomographers in the community, scootiepye, has to say about maturing photographically!