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Magazine's Weekly Editorial Recap: 2nd Week of September 2011

Recently, the Lomography's International Online Magazine team began writing themed articles to fuel your enthusiasm and understanding about the vast world of everything that's analogue! From September 12th to 18th, the International Magazine was dedicated to the Russian Conception Day, taxi cabs, analogue approaches to visual arts, and a trip back to memory lane with childhood film photographs!

Photo by grad

Russian Conception Day

Here on Lomography, everyone is crazy in love with film! It’s your turn to get crazy with your lover, too! To commemorate Russian Passion, we bring you our first-ever car competition: Baby for a Car Rumble!

Know more about Conception Day:

More information on Russian vehicles:

Photo by kanne85

DesignTAXI

Lomography collaborated with DesignTAXI, an innovative online network which caters to all creative professionals across the globe. So yes, we’re talkin’ to you — join our yellowtastic rumble, Find + Shoot a Taxi, and get a chance to win thrilling Lomographic prices and a bunch of other goodies!

Hey — taxi!

Photo by mizzfonky

Requested Posts

The Lomographic community is awesome for submitting their own write-ups which belong to this month’s Requested Posts! Click the links to read their full articles:

News: Analogue Approaches to Visual Arts, Vintage Camera Ads

Analogue Lifestyle: Your Childhood in Analogue Photographs

Photo by lighttomysoul

Reviews: Accessories, Cameras, and Films

Photo by kneehigh85

Submit more Requested Posts for September 2011. Read the Guidelines for Submissions.

5 Questions Series

In this new column, we interview various film photographers and showcase their loveliest analogue shots. Click their names and learn first-hand tricks that surely result to great photos!

photo by Jane Kenny

Read more 5 Questions feature interviews here.

Next Week’s Theme/s

Join us as the Magazine team falls in love with Autumn and its ochre-flavored hues! You should also watch out for more hailin’ pieces on taxi cabs. Stay tuned for more analogue lovin’, folks!

written by basterda

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