More Recent Articles in #lifestyle

  • A Different Kind of Baby Food

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    A Different Kind of Baby Food

    We're not talking about mashed peas or Gerber. Artist Shay Aaron whips up adorable--albeit non-edible--itty bitty food that fits right on your finger tips! Good things do come in small packages, except these might leave you feeling even hungrier. Why don't you grab a Fisheye Baby 110 Camera instead?

  • My Fisheye Baby 110 and Me: Michael

    written by webo29 on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    My Fisheye Baby 110 and Me: Michael

    For the duration of this interview we bestowed special powers upon Michael. We granted him a (not-so-) secret identity and re-baptize him as LomoMan. The Fisheye Baby Metal edition is his sidekick. Read on and discover what they where up to.

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  • Good Things in Small Packages: Animals

    written by gabysalas on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    Good Things in Small Packages: Animals

    In honor of our own little guys, the Fishe Eye Baby 110 Cameras, we bring you a collection of small but wonderful animals. So, what are the cutest tiniest animals out there? We have a pretty good list, take a look at 12 of the smallest animals and breeds out there!

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  • Follow The 10 Golden Rules with The Fisheye Baby 110

    written by tomas_bates on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    Follow The 10 Golden Rules with The Fisheye Baby 110

    Small and sleek, the Fisheye Baby 110 makes for the perfect travel companion. It’s also a camera which perfectly embodies Lomography’s ten Golden Rules - Take a Fisheye 110 journey through them below. Remember rule #10 though; it’s good to forget the rules sometimes!

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  • My Baby and I: Fisheye Baby 110 Black and White Photo Gallery

    written by tomas_bates on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    My Baby and I: Fisheye Baby 110 Black and White Photo Gallery

    It’s time to go classic with some black and white fisheye photos. Check out this gallery of B&W shots to get a taste of the fun you can have with the Fisheye Baby 110 cameras. Remember to grab a roll or two of Lomography Orca B&W film to shoot your own black and white photos with the Fisheye Baby 110!

  • Trend Report: Tiny Cameras Spotted On The Chic Streets Of London

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    Trend Report: Tiny Cameras Spotted On The Chic Streets Of London

    OMG hot news, straight off the catwalk! Black is the new black, mini is the new maxi, and Fisheye is the new trend in micro-chic-portable-analogue-accessories. Find out how to wear yours this season, daaaaaahlings....

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  • Wine Stain Art by Amelia Fais Harnas

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    Wine Stain Art by Amelia Fais Harnas

    We all like having a good drink, but to a New York-based artist, wine is good for more than just that. Take a look at some interesting and inebriated portraits painted using the intoxicating drink after the jump!

  • Rainbow Bright: Circles X Squares Doubles

    written by walasiteodito on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    Rainbow Bright: Circles X Squares Doubles

    A Lomography Colorsplash Camera, a more than ten years expired Kodak Elite II slide film, and an idea of making doubles with circles and squares. Any clue what it looks like? Read on!

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  • Bouncing at the Beach

    written by stratski on 2012-06-14 in #lifestyle
    Bouncing at the Beach

    I'll admit it, I'm not really a beach person. Too much sand...but with a camera in my hand, even I was able to enjoy the seaside!

  • A Glimpse of My Fisheye World on Canvass

    written by hans12 on 2012-06-13 in #lifestyle
    A Glimpse of My Fisheye World on Canvass

    I have a good idea on how to give colour to my boring room. It is by making artworks. I am onto my second piece when I thought of transforming my Lomographic photo into another form of art, a painting. I wanted to incorporate my love for lomography into other things as well.

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  • Behind the Scenes of The Wizard of Oz (1939)

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-06-13 in #lifestyle
    Behind the Scenes of The Wizard of Oz (1939)

    We're all about Judy Garland this week, so we're treating everyone to a trip down the memory lane with an interesting behind the scenes footage from The Wizard of Oz. Learn more about one of the Hollywood star's most popular film after the jump!

  • The Most Iconic Hairstyles

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-13 in #lifestyle
    The Most Iconic Hairstyles

    The Iconic 110 Cameras mini-series is your guide to finding the perfect compact camera to use the new Orca B&W Film with! Since we're on the topic of iconic imagery, we're sharing this gallery of the 10 most iconic celebrity coiffures. From the Beatles' mop tops to Brigitte Bardot's bedroom hair, we're sure you've aspired for 'dos like this!

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  • A Peek into the Past Through Restored Automobiles

    written by mafiosa on 2012-06-13 in #lifestyle
    A Peek into the Past Through Restored Automobiles

    Is it wrong to take a trip down memory lane to an era that you don’t actually have memories of because you weren’t alive back then? Why is it that vintage cars pull at my heart strings with a certain nostalgia? On a recent trip through Revelstoke, British Columbia, I was thrilled to encounter a vintage car show.

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  • How to Prevent Camera Neglect

    written by amytam on 2012-06-12 in #lifestyle
    How to Prevent Camera Neglect

    To all avid lomographers - how many of you have a collection of cameras in your possession? And how many of you still have film inside a camera but cannot remember when and where was the last time you took that camera out? Keep reading for my tip on how to avoid camera neglect and prevent sending your film to the land of forgotten film!

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  • Into the Darkroom: Daguerreotypes and the Beginnings of Photography

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-12 in #lifestyle
    Into the Darkroom: Daguerreotypes and the Beginnings of Photography

    "Into the Darkroom" is a mini series about photo processing, developing, labs, and, well, darkrooms! For the first installment, we're sharing this informative video about the first commercially successful photographic process: the daguerreotype. Learn how photographs were made way back in the 19th century. A must-see for every Lomographer!

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  • Color Association Among Filipinos

    written by renenob on 2012-06-12 in #lifestyle
    Color Association Among Filipinos

    I wanted to write about how colors are used to symbolize certain ideas, but I did not want to presume that what I know is the same as what others think, so I made a survey instead.

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  • The Walkmen – Heaven

    written by recurving on 2012-06-12 in #lifestyle
    The Walkmen – Heaven

    This lovely video for The Walkmen's "Heaven" directed by Alex Southam features lots of archival footage and photographs.

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  • A Day in the Life of Charlee the Cat

    written by ashleyaang on 2012-06-12 in #lifestyle
    A Day in the Life of Charlee the Cat

    The majority of my photos consist of my cat Charlee. She is a Himalayan-Tabby mix and is occasionally mistaken for a mountain lion or a lynx. I've always admired the life of a cat... I think I've just about figured out her daily routine, somewhat.

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  • Basking at the Beach: Swimming in the Alpine Lakes

    written by sirio174 on 2012-06-12 in #lifestyle
    Basking at the Beach: Swimming in the Alpine Lakes

    The Alpine lakes are wonderful places to having fun, to swim and dive! In this article I propose to you some black and white photos taken with my old Fed 2 camera during my bicycle touring in Switzerland. Enjoy!

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  • Iconic 110 Cameras: Hanimex 110

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-12 in #lifestyle
    Iconic 110 Cameras: Hanimex 110

    With the recent release of Lomography's first ever black and white 110 film, we know you must be itching to try them out with some notable 110 cameras. We come to your rescue with a mini-series which features some of these classic compact shooters!

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  • Sweet Surreal Dream in Provia Colour

    written by stonerfairy on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    Sweet Surreal Dream in Provia Colour

    Have you ever imagined yourself falling asleep and suddenly everything becomes a surreal dream? As a shoe-gazing music lover, I created this surreal dream video clip for analogue enthusiasts.

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  • “First the Worst”: Not True with Lomographic Luck

    written by befaster on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    “First the Worst”: Not True with Lomographic Luck

    When feeling dejected after getting prints back from a recent Holga workshop, I looked back at my old photos and realized that with a bit of practice and the correct mindset, my Lomographs were actually pretty good! When you're lomo-down, sometimes all you need is a nostalgic reminder (and a new roll of film!).

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  • Fast Facts on Judy Garland

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    Fast Facts on Judy Garland

    Ruby slipper-wearing Judy Garland was one of the most beloved actresses of Hollywood's golden era. While her sudden passing was unfortunate, her exuberant voice lives on in a legacy of classics and musicals still enjoyed by many today. Find out more on this edition of Fast Facts.

  • Capturing Those Resting in Peace in Analogue

    written by stonerfairy on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    Capturing Those Resting in Peace in Analogue

    I decided to visit those 'resting in peace' with my analogue camera. With the silent atmosphere and almost abandoned cemetery in Singapore, I've always planned on going for an analogue day here.

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  • Remembering Juno: Lomography Remembers Canadians on D-Day

    written by befaster on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    Remembering Juno: Lomography Remembers Canadians on D-Day

    On the eve of the 68th anniversary of the 1944 D-Day landings, Canadians remember those volunteer soldiers who gave their lives on the beaches of Normandy.

  • Lifestyle Feature of the Week

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    Lifestyle Feature of the Week

    This week's featured Analogue Lifestyle article is "Lights, Lomography Cameras & Supermodels!" by lawypop who was lucky enough to get all-access at Audi Fashion Week in Singapore! He shares tips on analogue shooting backstage, pre-show, and runway, based on his experience covering for Catalog magazine and Lomography.

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  • If My Cameras Were Ball Players

    written by renenob on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    If My Cameras Were Ball Players

    The NBA season is close to its culmination, with Oklahoma, as of the moment, waiting for the winner of the Miami-Boston series. In this spirit, let me introduce you to my team of cameras, in basketball style.

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  • Bali Trip Aka Our Honeymoon

    written by kuryzu on 2012-06-11 in #lifestyle
    Bali Trip Aka Our Honeymoon

    This is our scorching summer film-tastic fun-ventures at the seaside last April (12 to 18). We just got married earlier this year - February 5th to be precise. We even had a lomo-style wedding reception and we really like it (later i'll post about this).

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  • Monochrome Babies

    written by mayeemayee on 2012-06-10 in #lifestyle
    Monochrome Babies

    We know that you're all curious of Lomography's mystery product to be unveiled next week! And since we would like to give you more clues, we have dedicated this week's gallery post for that ever elusive Lomography product.

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  • LomoGuru of the Week: Maximum_b

    written by fookshit on 2012-06-10 in #lifestyle
    LomoGuru of the Week: Maximum_b

    With over ten thousands of uploaded analogue shots in his LomoHome, already held a Lomo exhibition as well as a Lomo Masterclass, and maybe you’ve already stumbled one of his many audacious photos somewhere here in our site – He is certainly one of the most prolific Lomographers out there, without a doubt! So, it’s about time to meet the man that redefined the word maximum!

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