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  • Sleeping Beauty Raises Eyebrows

    Sleeping Beauty Raises Eyebrows

    When you see a person lying in a public space such as the metro or on the side of the road I'd say you'd think "poor thing". How about if we told you we was clear-shaven and wearing designer threads? "Man, he's drunk" might be your next reaction. Well, visual artist John Clang took to the streets and brought his fluffy pillow along with him. Join him in taking a long "pause" after the jump!

  • Adults Turn Into Anne Geddes Babies!

    Adults Turn Into Anne Geddes Babies!

    Anne Geddes, the "professional babysitter" famous for posing tiny tots in pots, pea pods, and other garden variety goods, was spoofed by some full-grown men and women from VICE. The best selling baby photographer was given a tribute because, honestly, who hasn't seen her work as a cute calendar/wallpaper/greeting card?

  • LomoAmigo Noah Kalina Updates His Viral Everyday Video

    LomoAmigo Noah Kalina Updates His Viral Everyday Video

    New York photographer and LomoAmigo Noah Kalina, known for his Everyday project, has just updated his video after the first one six years ago. That’s 4,514 self-portraits condensed into an almost 8-minute time-lapse video. Check it out!

  • All I Own: A Photo Series by Sannah Kvist

    All I Own: A Photo Series by Sannah Kvist

    If we asked if we could photograph you along with all of your possessions, do you think you could all fit in the frame? Well, this Swedish photographer Sannah Kvist asked her friends to do just that! Jump right in to see how the photos turned out!

  • Spotted: David Burnett's Analogue Olympics Coverage

    Spotted: David Burnett's Analogue Olympics Coverage

    Look at what one Olympic photographer brought to the games with him. Read on more after the jump.

  • 'Bliss' Possibly The Most Viewed Photo

    'Bliss' Possibly The Most Viewed Photo

    The default Windows XP wallpaper featuring a peaceful green meadow and serene blue sky is the most ubiquitous photo, according to the Morts Photography blog. With a "guesstimated" 1 billion views, the medium-format photo was shot by Charles O'Rear who claims it was not digitally enhanced in any way.

  • The World's Most Expensive Lens

    The World's Most Expensive Lens

    Earlier this year, the title of being the world’s most expensive camera was snagged by a 1923 Leica camera. And now, news about the world’s most expensive lens are making rounds… and it’s also a Leica! Find out more after the jump!

  • Lana’s 8mm Vintage Videoclip, Again

    Lana’s 8mm Vintage Videoclip, Again

    Lana Del Rey’s passion for vintage 8mm videos is quite famous. After “National Anthem” and all the first videos she made herself, now she released a brand new videoclip for the single “Summertime Sadness”. Enjoy this video, with some new main features and themes.

  • Magnificent Desolation: The Apollo 11 Moonwalk Pictures

    Magnificent Desolation: The Apollo 11 Moonwalk Pictures

    In line with Neil Armstrong’s death last August 25, here are some of the photos that he and fellow “man on the moon”, Buzz Aldrin, took on their historic Apollo 11 moonwalk.

  • Nudity, A New Way Of Communication?

    Nudity, A New Way Of Communication?

    Seeing people using a tripod to take self-portrait mightn't surprise you. However, if you see a naked man taking pictures of himself, while at the same time doing a single push-up on the street, won't you be shocked? So what drives Ou Zhihang (歐志航) to take pictures in the nude?

  • Spotted: Lomography Becomes a Front Page Feature!

    Spotted: Lomography Becomes a Front Page Feature!

    This month, I spotted a Diana F+ Mr. PInk on the front cover of UK fashion magazine, Company. Read on to see the feature from the inside.

  • Analogue Olympic Photos by David Burnett

    Analogue Olympic Photos by David Burnett

    When you've covered seven Summer Olympic Games, shooting sports may start to feel trite. David Burnett, spotted with a Graflex Speed Graphic camera at this year's games, says "I don’t do a lot of sports coverage in between the Olympics. For me, it’s more than a sports event. I’m always trying to make some bigger contextual view of it." See the evolution of his photos here.

  • Miss World: From 1951-2012

    Miss World: From 1951-2012

    The oldest international beauty pageant that's still around today - Miss World - took place over the weekend. Miss China took home the crown, and China's, as well as East Asia's, 2nd ever title! To mark this occasion, Lomography.asia takes a look at the history of this illustrious beauty contest, from it's founding in 1951, till present day.

  • iPhone Glass Back Becomes Wet Collodion Photo Plate

    iPhone Glass Back Becomes Wet Collodion Photo Plate

    Old meets new yet again in this successful science-cum-art project by self-professed photo nerd Jake Potts of Bruton Stroube Studios. He was able to create a unique iPhone design by developing its glass back cover via the wet collodion process! How geeky cool is that?

  • From Rapper to Analogue Rastafarian

    From Rapper to Analogue Rastafarian

    From West Coast Rapper to reincarnated Jamaican Rastafarian, the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg is releasing a new analogue sound. Check out the first track of Snoop Lion's latest album, recorded on vinyl!

  • Olympic Portraits Shot Using Century-Old Petzval Lens

    Olympic Portraits Shot Using Century-Old Petzval Lens

    These portraits by L.A. Times photographer Jay L. Clendenin are interesting not just because they were shot using a large-format film camera outfitted with antique doublet lenses (possibly from 1840!), but also because he juxtaposed them with his colored digital captures. Which do you like better: old or new?

  • Extreme Olympic Close-Ups

    Extreme Olympic Close-Ups

    How many of you are glued to your tellies for the 2012 Olympics? Anybody? Well, then get clued in on all the action you missed here! Instead of showing full-frame scenes of courts, rinks, pools, and rings, TIME has zoomed in on some of the World Game's poignant moments in tight shots that are quite literally "in your face."

  • Cameras for Left-Handed People and Stereo Shooters

    Cameras for Left-Handed People and Stereo Shooters

    Maybe you are left handed or maybe you just wanna use both hands at the same time to shoot with your beloved analog cameras? Just have a look at the article and you might find what you are looking for...

  • Lomography's LomoKino Maker App Is Here!

    Lomography's LomoKino Maker App Is Here!

    We’re SUPER excited to announce the arrival of the LomoKino Maker – Lomography’s first application for the iPhone! Now you can scan and digitize your LomoKino movies even more easily - the app converts your negatives into positives in one effortless step!

  • Hey Ho! Let's Go! Meet The Newest LC-Wide LomoAmigo!

    Hey Ho! Let's Go! Meet The Newest LC-Wide LomoAmigo!

    That's right! Our latest LomoAmigo is Marky Ramone of pioneering punk-rock band, the Ramones! During his trip to Venice, Italy for his European tour, he traded his drumsticks for an LC-Wide and we can't wait to share the rockstar's photos and interview with you. Find out more about the longest-running Ramone here.