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  • Fisheye Photo Of Salvador Dali With His Trademark Moustache, Looking Ecstatic At The Turnout Of His Book Signing

    Fisheye Photo Of Salvador Dali With His Trademark Moustache, Looking Ecstatic At The Turnout Of His Book Signing

    Whew, that was a mouthful!

  • Paul McCartney Taking a Self-Portrait in a Mirror

    Paul McCartney Taking a Self-Portrait in a Mirror

    Taking self-portraits in mirrors seems like a typical thing from the digital era to you? You are kinda wrong. Capturing yourself with your favorite camera in hands and a gormless expression on your face was around in the swinging Sixties already!

  • Analogue Day Activity: Keep a journal with photos for a month.

    Analogue Day Activity: Keep a journal with photos for a month.

    Today marks the start of our countdown to Lomography's very own Film Photography Day! To get you in the mood and into the habit of living a more analogue life in general, we prepared a list of daily activities for you to try. For today, we encourage you to start keeping a journal.

  • Show Your Stash, Mikahsupageek!

    Show Your Stash, Mikahsupageek!

    There's an analogue voyeur inside all of us and we just know you guys love to see camera porn. The Lomography Magazine's new "Show Your Stash" series features the essential gear and gizmos film photographers carry in their bag. Up first is Paris-based Community member, @mikahsupageek!

  • Please Don't Kill My Perfect Combination: Save X-Pro Chrome!

    Please Don't Kill My Perfect Combination: Save X-Pro Chrome!

    So many cameras, so much film--how do you pick your favorite? When picking favorites, I must choose the trusty combination that ensures beautiful, wonderful photos, any time, any place: The Lomo LC-A+ and Lomography X-Pro Chrome. I must plead: please Lomography, bring back this film!

  • World's Smallest Man Dances With His Pet Cat

    World's Smallest Man Dances With His Pet Cat

    Before Guinness became the deciding body for world records, Henry Behrens was once considered the smallest man at 30 inches high. Here, he is seen dancing with his feline friend who is nearly as tall as he!

  • I Am Who They Were: Analogue Jewelry

    I Am Who They Were: Analogue Jewelry

    Do you find that the vintage photos of your family are much too good to be gathering dust in the wall, rarely admired in a gallery? If so, you should take a look at what great the artist Ashley Gilreath made from her analog family keepsake!

  • Lomographic Society “Lomo Love” Blog Awards 2013

    Lomographic Society “Lomo Love” Blog Awards 2013

    Lomography loves frogs, clogs, dogs, and logs, but most importantly, we love blogs. We love them so much that we took some time to find our favourite blogs to present to you.

  • Rare Color Photographs of Early 1900 Paris

    Rare Color Photographs of Early 1900 Paris

    The following pictures are pretty rare color photographs from Paris, captured early 1900. At that time, the Lumière technique was chosen to capture these scenes. Great are the motives, also the quality of the pictures!

  • LomoGuru of the Week: Bebopbebop

    LomoGuru of the Week: Bebopbebop

    It's been less than two years since this guy joined our Community but the friendship he has made is definitely more than the time of his stay!

  • Meet Photographer and LomoKino Enthusiast, Caroline Philippone

    Meet Photographer and LomoKino Enthusiast, Caroline Philippone

    We know thousands of people who venture into photography as a hobby. But we only know a few who start with it and eventually make it as a living.

  • 166+ Series #11: History of the 'Project +' (Part 2)

    166+ Series #11: History of the 'Project +' (Part 2)

    Someone could underestimate the real value of this camera. It would be a huge mistake. Let’s analyze the second part of the history of the "Project +”, in order to understand what kinds of historical event made the difference and influenced LOMO and Lomography’s technical preferences.

  • Long Exposures with Colorful Blurs by Brice Bischoff

    Long Exposures with Colorful Blurs by Brice Bischoff

    A Los Angeles-based photographer came up with a simple yet clever way to add color to his long exposure photographs using large sheets of brightly colored paper. We bet you've never tried something like this before with your long exposure photos, so take a look at the results after the jump!

  • Perfect Combination: Fujica ST-601 and Lomography X Tungsten 64

    Perfect Combination: Fujica ST-601 and Lomography X Tungsten 64

    Do you like crisp and detailed photos from a reflex camera but also need a bit of color craziness? Well, you really need to try the Tungsten X64 from Lomography!

  • LomoAmigo Charlie Wagers Tries out the Sprocket Rocket

    LomoAmigo Charlie Wagers Tries out the Sprocket Rocket

    A LomoAmigo who usually shoots with a Diana, Charlie Wagers reveals photos from his first attempt with the Sprocket Rocket! See the panoramic goodness by reading more.

  • The Sweetest in Film

    The Sweetest in Film

    The love month is not yet over that's why we're giving you a quick dash of sweetness not only for your hearts but also for your tummies!

  • Meet Andy Warhol's Superstars

    Meet Andy Warhol's Superstars

    Artists have long been known to get inspiration from specific people which they call and consider as their muses. If you've ever wondered about Andy Warhol's sources of inspiration, allow us to take you back to the Factory and meet his so-called Superstars.

  • The Factory: Andy Warhol's Studio and Hip Hangout

    The Factory: Andy Warhol's Studio and Hip Hangout

    Ever wondered where Andy Warhol conceptualized and made his iconic Pop art masterpieces? Allow us to take you back in time and into The Factory, Warhol's New York City studio and hip haven where all the action happened and his so-called Superstars inspired him.

  • Papermade Diana F+

    Papermade Diana F+

    Paper filigree. I don't think many of you know what is it, except people with art degree. But, why don't we try to make a camera in such a way?

  • Lessons from Andy Warhol

    Lessons from Andy Warhol

    Since we are celebrating the life and work of renowned artist Andy Warhol, it is only proper for us to bring you some words of wisdom from the Pop art icon himself: quotes, that through the years, have given us a glimpse of his view on life, relationships, art, and many other things. Read on and see if Warhol's words do inspire you!