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  • The Making of Vacationer's LomoKino Music Video for 'Trip'

    The Making of Vacationer's LomoKino Music Video for 'Trip'
    Lomography teamed up with indie band Vacationer for the music video Trip, shot mostly with the analogue movie making powerhouse, the Lomokino!
  • Summer Sailing with Albert Einstein

    Summer Sailing with Albert Einstein
    How did theoretical physicist and scientific genius Albert Einstein spend his summers? Why, by sailing the open seas, of course! With a pipe dangling from his mouth and wind in his wiry white hair, TIME's Person of the Century spent his leisurely time under the sun. Check out these photos of Einstein chilling!
  • Ask Your Guru: Fisher-Price Asks Mikahsupageek

    Ask Your Guru: Fisher-Price Asks Mikahsupageek
    We start the month of August with a new feature we have introduced to you a few weeks ago. Our Newcomers and our Gurus, those who we watch out for their fresh and astonishing work, are now in for an exciting collaboration! Come on and Ask Your Guru!
  • Behind the Scenes with Stunt Photographer Li Wei

    Behind the Scenes with Stunt Photographer Li Wei
    "There's a visceral feeling and detail in shooting on location that can't be duplicated on a computer," says gravity-defying artist Li Wei in this video for The Creators Project. Armed with his Hasselblad camera and some heavy machinery, he shares how he creates the adrenaline-pumping photos he is most known for.
  • Singapore's Olympic History

    Singapore's Olympic History
    64-years is Singapore's history at the Summer Olympic Games! In between there've been many good sportsmen and women including C. Kunalan and P. C. Suppiah for running, Ang Peng Siong for swimming, and then, most unforgettably Tan Howe Liang for weightlifting, for which he gained they country's first Olympic medal.
  • Our Plastic Fantastics on Photo Finish!

    Our Plastic Fantastics on Photo Finish!
    Lomography cameras are on TV! Three amateur photographers, all used to digital photography, were given a number of Lomography cameras to take pictures with. Only one of their shots can be used for the final judging. Who will win, with which camera?
  • Seeing Double: The Great Lomography UK Filmswap

    Seeing Double: The Great Lomography UK Filmswap
    In my 2 or more years as a Lomographer, I haven't done a lot of doubles, and certainly not really with other people. The filmswap workshop that I did recently with the LGS Manchester was a real success and my first proper doubles with another photographer.
  • Traveling Through North Iraq

    Traveling Through North Iraq
    Take a look at an inside view of Iraq from the eyes of someone visiting for the first time. You might be surprised to learn about what the country really has to offer.
  • So You Want to Know What's Unique About Manchester?

    So You Want to Know What's Unique About Manchester?
    So when asked what I think is unique about Manchester, the first thing I would say is, 'Mancunians love their music and they know how to throw a good party'!
  • Seeing Double: Traveling through Lomographs

    Seeing Double: Traveling through Lomographs
    'I want to travel to Greece, Hong Kong, Macau, London, Korea, Japan...' I believe that many people are same like me, wishing to travel around with their beloved analogue cameras to many cities and countries. But in real life, we might be unable to travel to our dream cities or countries in just a short time. But no worries, we can travel to many cities and countries through lomographs now.
  • Lifestyle Feature of the Week

    Lifestyle Feature of the Week
    This week's featured Analogue Lifestyle article is "Seeing Doubles: Double Is Not Trouble" by funfun from Malaysia. Letting her imagination run wild, she shares her favourite subjects for multiple exposure photos! Find out more about her technique here.
  • The Wasted Film

    The Wasted Film
    I wasted two of the three films I was given! *crying blood here*
  • The Stories within Pictures #8: The Funniest Airplane

    The Stories within Pictures #8: The Funniest Airplane
    Penny’s first memories of Finland are connected with fun and surprise. It was the first week of January and she was preparing herself for the biggest cold and the largest amount of snow in her life. But what awaited her there was pure surprise.
  • A Stop Motion Affair Part 2!

    A Stop Motion Affair Part 2!
    After my first go at stop motion while shooting the Lomography Manchester HQs shutter painting, I wanted to test myself and told my friend I would do a stop motion video for his new band.
  • Young Masters #05: Elena Ayllon

    Young Masters #05: Elena Ayllon
    Elena Ayllon is born in 1986 and grew up in Tokyo. European genes surrounded by Japanese culture; she moved back to Madrid, working with 35mm and giving to her picture this peculiar “freedom” of soul and style. Her story makes for a curious mixture of culture influences, which melt perfectly together in the composition of her images.
  • Look Twice! Art Around You in San Francisco

    Look Twice! Art Around You in San Francisco
    The City of San Francisco is obviously visually interesting. We've got incredible architecture, as apparent in iconic TransAmerica Pyramid, the San Francisco Ferry building, or the red arches of the Golden Gate Bridge. We're often so busy taking in landmarks that we hardly notice another aspect of the the city...The graffiti that penetrates every district and neighborhood.
  • LomoGuru of the Week: Artichekt

    LomoGuru of the Week: Artichekt
    Initially, he was blown away by how much of a creative force there is to be found in the Lomographic Community and on the other hand, is quite intrigued at how one can sustain to live a sincere analogue life in at this current age. Regardless of this, he considers himself as one of those people who believe that there is a future with analogue!
  • Take Your Camera Out at Night

    Take Your Camera Out at Night
    Sometimes Lomographers are afraid to take their camera out at night especially when they suppose that their Lomographs would just turn out dark -- or even worst, black!
  • Newcomer of the Week: Pixiecloud

    Newcomer of the Week: Pixiecloud
    Despite the unpredictable nature of doing multiple exposures on film, it’s never a waste for her even if there are only a few frames that came out good. This is actually what fascinates her with analogue photography – it’s not how much number of pictures you can take, rather, how you value the snaps you took!
  • Singapore's Top Flea Markets

    Singapore's Top Flea Markets
    Vintage boots, collector first-edition books, old family-photographs of people you'll never meet, all carefully stored in a shoebox. These are the sights you can bank on coming across at any flea market. Here are the top 3 flea markets in Singapore for you to enjoy!