Lomography Magazine offers you the perfect platform to reach an international audience! Have something to say? Submit to the Lomography Magazine for a chance to be heard. Whether you are a seasoned writer, or a motivated beginner, we want to hear from you. Read on and discover what type of articles we are looking for. Remember, writing for the Lomography Magazine earns you Piggies!
Requested Posts are what we are looking for now and will earn you 15 Piggy Points. If there’s something you want to write about that fits the submissions guidelines but is not on the list, submit it anyway, you will get 5 Piggy Points!
We’d also like to remind everyone that your submissions to the Magazine should contain only the photos you’ve taken, unless you’re writing about a specific artist, photographer, project, etc. that you’d like to share with the Community. If you’re going to use photos from other websites, remember to secure permission and cite your sources.
Tips are considered articles where Lomography or analogue photography are featured. Shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you will be credited for every approved/published tip!
- Mother’s Day Tribute: This month is the perfect time for us to pay tribute to one of the most important people in our lives: our beautiful mothers! We’d like to get to know your awesome mom — or even someone who has been like a mother to you — so start taking her portraits and show us how amazing she is!
- Your Mom, the Lomographer: Make your mom a lomographer for a day and take her out on a photowalk! Lend her your analogue gear, ask her about the experience (and tell us about it), and show us the photos she took!
- Fresh from the Lab: We’re always curious about what our fellow lomographers have been up to. So, if you’ve got a new set of beautiful photos, fresh from the lab, that you’re itching to share with us, tell us about it in this new series!
- Reel Time with the LomoKino: May is also a month to look forward to for the annual Cannes Film Festival in France. Whether you’re an ardent cinemaphile or a cinematographer in the making, now is the best time for you to showcase your short films taken using the LomoKino! Looking for inspiration? You can take a look at the LomoKino film of Palme D’Or winning Director Apichatpong Weerasethakul called Ashes!
- Lomography Day Trips: Last year, we’ve been sharing with you our itinerary recommendations for day trips around the world’s biggest cities. This year, it’s time for you to take charge and show us around your town or city! What are some of the must-visit spots that we should head straight into, if we only have a day to see the sights in your town? Tell us, show us, guide us!
- Lomography Day Trips – Bicycle Routes: Since May heralds bicycle events in many parts of the world, we’d like for you to share with us your favorite cycling routes, tell us why you love riding on two wheels, and show us the beautiful sceneries you pass by during your ride!
- Off the Beaten Track: Europe: Europe has always been home to many wanderlust-inducing destinations, but since this lovely continent is on the spotlight on May 5 (for the Council of Europe) and May 9 (for the European Union), why don’t you show us around other beautiful spots aside from the world-famous towns and cities?
- ReeLocations: May heralds the Cannes International Film Festival, so it’s time to unleash your inner director! Ever think your neighborhood or your city deserving to be captured on the big screen? Then, write about it and tell us why!
- Wide Angle Photography Tips: Is wide-angle photography your expertise? Whether for landscapes, quirky portraits, architecture, or street scenes, we’d like to get some tips from you to get awesome snaps of the wide-angled kind!
- Multiple Exposure Photography Tips: Have you discovered a tried-and-tested approach to making impressive multiple exposure photographs the analogue way? All of us here in the community are enamored with doubles and multiple exposures, so we’d be thrilled to find out how you do them!
- Movie Making Tips with the LomoKino: Many of us are yet to make a film masterpiece with the LomoKino, so if you’ve found a way to make amazing movies with Lomography’s gloriously analogue filmmaking tool, do give us a few good tips!
- Film Destroying Tips: No, we’re not looking for ways to waste those precious rolls. Rather, we’d like for you to share your interesting concoctions, film soup recipes, and chemical cocktails for creating funky effects on your film photos!
- Extreme Camera Modifications: It’s one thing to tinker with your beloved film cameras for cool effects, and it’s another to modify them permanently whether in form or function. If you’ve ever tried making extreme camera modifications, we’d like to know how you did them. Who knows, some of our fellow lomographers may be brave enough to try them out!
- Belair Instant Camera
- Spinner 360
- Diana Mini
- 110 Cameras
- Multi-Lens Cameras (SuperSampler, ActionSampler, Pop 9)
- LomoChrome Purple
- Lomography 110 Films
- Revolog Films
- Adox Films
- LomoLab Service
- Belairgon Lenses
- Lomography Instant Backs
- Konstruktor Close-Up and Macro Lens Kit
- La Sardina Dresses
- Zkin Bags
Additionally, if you’re interested in becoming one of our regular writers, read these new guidelines and we’ll be waiting for your responses! Thank you!