More Recent Articles in #lifestyle

  • Stephen Dowling and His Pentax ESII at a Gig

    written by stephen73 on 2012-09-06 in #lifestyle
    Stephen Dowling and His Pentax ESII at a Gig

    Many photographers have a large collection of cameras and lenses, but they will have their favorite camera that they like to bring everywhere. Join us on a journey of how music journalist, Stephen Dowling, photographed a gig with his Pentax ESII.

  • Rosy Rescales: A Retrospective Look of the Past Year

    written by wangtacular on 2012-09-06 in #lifestyle
    Rosy Rescales: A Retrospective Look of the Past Year

    The past year for me has been a bit of a hectic one. Between studying university and traveling, I have tried my hardest to keep developing lomographs and maintain my passion for photography! As I'm sure most of you know, this photographic addiction is not easy to maintain! So here is my documentation of the past year in redscale.

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  • LomoTess: Developing My Own Photos

    written by tesslucia on 2012-09-06 in #lifestyle
    LomoTess: Developing My Own Photos

    For my art project, I had to take some photos with my Canon Sure Shot AF-7 and develop them. They had to have an alphabet theme, so I took shots of things beginning with random letters. It was my first time developing and I thoroughly enjoyed it so I shall certainly be doing it again.

  • Corner Sneak Peek on Lomography's photokina 2012 Booth

    written by ilkadj on 2012-09-06 in #lifestyle
    Corner Sneak Peek on Lomography's photokina 2012 Booth

    If you've been to photokina, you know how Lomography is just crazy about its booth. This year, Lomography's booth will cover a space of 500 square meters. Don't know how big that is? Picture two tennis courts next to one another. Yeap, it's THAT big!

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  • Midweek Movies: Midnight in Paris

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-09-05 in #lifestyle #videos
    Midweek Movies: Midnight in Paris

    We're all about books, literature, and learning this week, so our featured midweek movie fits the theme nicely. Curious? Find out why after the jump!

  • American Masters: F. Scott Fitzgerald

    written by geegraphy on 2012-09-05 in #lifestyle
    American Masters: F. Scott Fitzgerald

    Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was an American author of novels and short stories, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest American writers of the 20th century. Find out more about this literary icon and his work after the jump!

  • Seeing Red at the Olympics with Our Eyes, an LC-A, and Some Redscale...

    written by neonstash on 2012-09-05 in #lifestyle
    Seeing Red at the Olympics with Our Eyes, an LC-A, and Some Redscale...

    We went to snap the most guarded brand in the world..the Olympics. With an LC-A loaded with redscale film, it was not only our camera that saw red.

  • Redscaled Rainy Days

    written by walasiteodito on 2012-09-05 in #lifestyle
    Redscaled Rainy Days

    Redscale films most of the time gives photos a "warmer" feel. Usually ranging from the soft, almost sepia tone to bright yellows, oranges, and red, depending on where you set the ISO of your camera. And because I am fond of mixing completely opposite things, I decided to shoot this warm, ambient film during those cold rainy days. Wonder how it looked? Read On!

  • Asian Photography Masters: Ihei Kimura, Japan

    written by heiwa on 2012-09-05 in #lifestyle
    Asian Photography Masters: Ihei Kimura, Japan

    Ihei Kimura was a celebrated 20th Century Japanese Realism photographer. The objects in his pictures were commonalities found in his surroundings. Those new to photography often start with things nearby. It helps us practice getting along with our camera. Gradually, we then turn to something more special. But why don't we ever consider going back to basics? Ordinary scenes may look extraordinary through your camera! Not sure how it works? Let's refer to Ihei Kimura's photographs and we may get the answer.

  • Benja Harney's Paper Passion

    written by ilkadj on 2012-09-05 in #lifestyle

    We've all played around with paper when we were young. We folded them, colored them and even glued them together. Some people even take it to the next level and make origami. But Benja Harney has taken paper art into an even higher level. He is someone we can call a paper engineer.

  • Crafty Projects: Up-Cycle Anything into a Chalkboard

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2012-09-05 in #lifestyle
    Crafty Projects: Up-Cycle Anything into a Chalkboard

    Not so long ago, I had looked into buying a chalkboard to use as a prop in a photo booth at a wedding. I decided it would be cheaper in the long run to buy some chalkboard, paint it, and do it myself! That way, I was able to up-cycle something old into a useable, customized item, and have bragging rights because I made it myself! Find out how you can make a chalkboard out of almost anything in this article!

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  • Bringing Down the Bauhaus with megzeazez!

    written by lomographyaustx on 2012-09-04 in #lifestyle
    Bringing Down the Bauhaus with megzeazez!

    DJ Megz is back again to honor an album, an art, and an awesome new analogue treat. Read ahead to inspire your everyday shooting and add a little life perspective with some serious jams!

  • Festivals in Film: 30th Birthday Fun at Tramline Sheffield!

    written by jennysparkle on 2012-09-04 in #lifestyle
    Festivals in Film: 30th Birthday Fun at Tramline Sheffield!

    So for my 30th, I decided to venture outside of Manchester! My wonderful friends Ben and Justine invited me and the boy over to Sheffield for the weekend to show us their local delights!

  • Djramsay Likes The Colorsplash Camera

    written by webo29 on 2012-09-04 in #lifestyle
    Djramsay Likes The Colorsplash Camera

    Daniel aka djramsay from Southhampton picked the Colorsplash Camera as his favourite. He thinks it's awesome. Find out why after the jump.

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  • On the Road with The Fray

    written by charliewagers on 2012-09-04 in #lifestyle
    On the Road with The Fray

    A quick trip around the Midwest with my friends in The Fray, documented with my Diana F+! Take a look after the jump.

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  • Apollo Lunar Surface Panoramas

    written by geegraphy on 2012-09-03 in #lifestyle
    Apollo Lunar Surface Panoramas

    Did you know that aside from Buzz Aldrin and the late Neil Armstrong, 10 other men have walked on the moon? And they too were able to take photos! Check out these lunar panoramas taken from Missions Apollo 12 through 17 and see for yourself!

  • Lifestyle Feature of the Week

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-09-03 in #lifestyle
    Lifestyle Feature of the Week

    This week's featured Analogue Lifestyle article is about every child and child-at-heart's building dream come true: "Brickfair 2012: LEGO Fans Unite!" by 110isnotdead from Ohio. Take a closer look at the annual plastic brick convention in DC, documented in film by our community member, featuring tiny toy people and all!

  • Traveling in 360 Degrees: With the Lomo Spinner 360

    written by beatmorrison on 2012-09-03 in #lifestyle
    Traveling in 360 Degrees: With the Lomo Spinner 360

    The Spinner 360 captures everything around you and shows people right where you were in the middle of the action. Whether I'm traveling or just going to the market, it always comes with me so I can show others what was going on around me wherever I was. It's the ultimate 'put yourself in my shoes' camera!

  • Face The Lomo LC-A

    written by webo29 on 2012-09-03 in #lifestyle
    Face The Lomo LC-A

    A dream combination of classic and new, the Lomo LC-A is loaded with all that you require to shoot the most brilliant pictures. Just check out the gallery of portraits we compiled below.

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  • The Fun and Nostalgic Circus World

    written by ilkadj on 2012-09-03 in #lifestyle
    The Fun and Nostalgic Circus World

    Everybody has a different memory of the circus. Some might remember the performing geese and roosters from Barnum and Bailey's Greatest Show on Earth, some might remember the silly clowns and some might remember the glittery and shiny costumes of the acrobats.

  • Paralympic Athletes In Training 2: Archery

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-09-02 in #lifestyle
    Paralympic Athletes In Training 2: Archery

    In the second of our series of behind the scenes Paralympic photos, we take a look at the world of archery. One of the oldest sports in the world, since the bow was first invented in paleolithic times, you'll see in these shots of Team GB taken by Lomography UK that the kit has come on a lot since then!

  • Your Better Half

    written by mayeemayee on 2012-09-02 in #lifestyle
    Your Better Half

    From the many amazing tricks Lomography, or analogue photography in general, could do, it is quite safe to say that half-frames are a favorite of many.

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  • Newcomer of the Week: Skeibo

    written by fookshit on 2012-09-02 in #lifestyle
    Newcomer of the Week: Skeibo

    He used to lurk around and just hang out at different LomoHomes. With that you've probably seen him as your visitor! Now that he has his own Home and being a man of few words, he would prefer to let his snap speak for themselves! Here’s Our Newcomer, Daniele from the city of Rome!

  • Paralympic Athletes In Training 1: Tennis

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-09-01 in #lifestyle
    Paralympic Athletes In Training 1: Tennis

    Lomography UK were lucky enough to be given exclusive access to photograph Team GB paralympic athletes in training. You can see all of the photos in our LomoWall at the Museum of London, but in case you can't make it, here are the tennis stars gearing up for the big event!

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  • A BBC Documentary: The Lomo Camera, Shoot from the Hip

    written by impaktor on 2012-08-31 in #lifestyle #videos
    A BBC Documentary: The Lomo Camera, Shoot from the Hip

    A highly interesting BBC documentary from 2004 tells the story of the Lomo factory, and the Lomography movement, with many interesting interviews and lots of nice imagery.

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  • Van Gogh's World of Colors

    written by ilkadj on 2012-08-31 in #lifestyle
    Van Gogh's World of Colors

    Who knows colors better than Vincent van Gogh? If you've ever seen van Gogh's paintings, you would agree that he had a talent for color mixing. Rumor says that he even had a box of different-colored yarn he played with and literally weaved them together to see how the color combinations would look when put into paint. But another rumor is going around saying that van Gogh was color blind. Check out the gossip after the jump!

  • So Many Launches, So Many New Products!

    written by ilkadj on 2012-08-31 in #lifestyle

    As an intern at Lomography's HQ, I was kept busy with a number of product launches. You've seen the new stuff. There was the Fisheye Baby Bauhaus, the Maps Edition Cameras and the Diana Baby 110. I haven't even memorized all of the old products that Lomography has, but I already have others to add to the list! But there is one product that I believe every Lomographer should buy.

  • The Lost Holiday

    written by ilkadj on 2012-08-31 in #lifestyle
    The Lost Holiday

    Imagine yourself walking around in Sweden. You walk towards a narrow street and suddenly you stop right next to a dumpster. The place reeks of leftover food, but you just can't help yourself from the suitcase that's just standing there. You open the suitcase and found 22 rolls of undeveloped film. What would you do?

  • Today in History: Princess Diana’s Death Anniversary (1997)

    written by geegraphy on 2012-08-31 in #lifestyle
    Today in History: Princess Diana’s Death Anniversary (1997)

    On this day, 15 years ago, the world mourned as the news broke out that Diana, Princess of Wales had died tragically in a car accident in Paris. Learn more about the People’s Princess, her life, and the events surrounding her untimely death after the jump.

  • Simon Chang's Analogue Photography Journey – Part 1

    written by ccchiii on 2012-08-31 in #lifestyle
    Simon Chang's Analogue Photography Journey – Part 1

    He says: I always believed that photography is not the most important thing. Life is, even more so for the people we treasure.

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