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  • Banksy and the Games Controversy

    Banksy and the Games Controversy

    With so much buzz around the copyrights for this years big games, Banksy fans are holding their breath regarding his latest works of art. Read more after the jump.

  • Go Wow Over The Fisheye Baby Bauhaus

    Go Wow Over The Fisheye Baby Bauhaus

    It may be super tiny, but this baby won't go unnoticed! With an eye-popping palette of red, yellow, and blue, the Fisheye Baby Bauhaus will delight you not only with its flashy looks, but with the amazing photos that it can produce!

  • On Cookies and Photoshop

    On Cookies and Photoshop

    We're not much into photo-retouching here at Lomography, but this is a version of Photoshop we give might give into and love... Curious... Read after the jump.

  • Behind the Scenes of Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy

    Behind the Scenes of Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy

    An opening week and $162 million later, director Christopher Nolan's final chapter for The Caped Crusader could be the biggest, baddest blockbuster of the year. Find out more about Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises from this sneak peek of "The Art and Making of the Dark Knight Trilogy," a new behind-the-scenes book by Jody Duncan Jesser and Janine Pourroy.

  • How Do Olympians Eat?

    How Do Olympians Eat?

    Only five days left until the 2012 Summer Olympic Games begin and we're already hungry for the fast-paced photos our London Lomographers will be sharing with us! To get us pumped for the friendly competition, Reuters photographer Umit Bektas loads up on the lean and mean Olympic diets of Turkish athletes. See how the pros eat here!

  • The DIY Projects

    The DIY Projects

    The La Sardina DIY is already out and about, so we decided to make it more fun with more DIY tutorials! Check out the stuff you can do to join the DIY crowd!

  • How To Build London's Biggest LomoWall In Five Days

    How To Build London's Biggest LomoWall In Five Days

    Last week team Lomography UK emerged blinking from the office into the sunlight, donned knee pads and power tools, and spent five days installing four LomoWalls at the Museum of London. Watch the whole process in this time lapse video...

  • Analogue Directors: Christopher Nolan & Woody Allen

    Analogue Directors: Christopher Nolan & Woody Allen

    What do Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris) and Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Rises) have in common? Besides being two of the biggest names in Hollywood, both filmmakers are rather low-fi folks. Not fans of texting or emailing, they both continue to create movies in film and avoid unnecessarily hi-tech shooting techniques.

  • Regrettably Tacky Celebrity Photos

    Regrettably Tacky Celebrity Photos

    Eric Bana with a single red daisy in front of his face. Sarah Jessica Parker in gym clothes plus a misplaced Perrier bottle. David Duchovny in shiny leggings on a disco ball. Christina Ricci emerging from a space egg. Here's a gallery of cringe-worthy celeb photos from the 80's and 90's. Posing and styling lessons learned, hopefully!

  • Sightseeing in Budapest with Lomography's Diana and a Vespa!

    Sightseeing in Budapest with Lomography's Diana and a Vespa!

    A local magazine called on Lomography Hungary for a special project. So we got our trusty Diana F+ El Toro and stuck it to our Vespa scooter which became the perfect sightseeing vehicle, ready to discover the beautiful spots of Budapest. The outcome was great!

  • Is Your Shot In The Museum Of London LomoWall?

    Is Your Shot In The Museum Of London LomoWall?

    There are currently 30,000 Lomographs on the walls at the Museum Of London. We've spent six months gathering the shots from you the Lomography community, from workshops, and from the Team GB Paralympic Athletes in training. We've spent a week constructing this huge piece of art, and now we can confirm which Lomographers shots are on the wall!

  • The Amazing (Analogue) Spiderman!

    The Amazing (Analogue) Spiderman!

    This summer blockbuster is more than just fun excitement and action! In the movie, there are many shots of Peter Parker (played by Andrew Garfield) using and holding onto his beloved film cameras. Check out the analogue goodness on The Amazing Spiderman (2012)!

  • Grass Portraits by Ackroyd & Harvey

    Grass Portraits by Ackroyd & Harvey

    Grass will certainly be greener on some sides with enough light and water, as British artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey know. These portraits created via photosynthesis are literally the freshest images we've seen today! See how they nurture and grow their art here.

  • Local Charities Benefiting from Diana World Tour Austin!

    Local Charities Benefiting from Diana World Tour Austin!

    The Diana World Tour is on display from Thursday, July 19, through Tuesday, September 4, culminating in a LIVE AUCTION of prints to the benefit of local Austin charities from 6:00 - 8:00 pm!

  • 50,000 Gummy Bears

    50,000 Gummy Bears

    What weighs 220 pounds, looks like a rainbow, and is an homage to Alexander McQueen? Read on to find out how editor-in-chief Hissa Igarashi and fashion editor Sayuri Murakami created a show-stopper for the debut issue of TWELV Magazine.

  • Analogue Freshness

    Analogue Freshness

    Photographer Dan Cretu literally has a fruity imagination. Using produce like oranges, limes, cucumbers and tomatoes, he sculpts analogue objects that look good enough to eat! A salad camera? A citrus bicycle? Even a meaty cassette? Order up!

  • (Possibly) The World's Smallest Tintypes Taken Using the Fisheye Baby 110

    (Possibly) The World's Smallest Tintypes Taken Using the Fisheye Baby 110

    That's right folks, you're reading it right! What could be the the teeniest tintype photographs in history were recently taken using the Fisheye Baby 110 camera. We know you want to know more, so go ahead and read on!

  • Spotted: Pretty Diana on Ugly Betty

    Spotted: Pretty Diana on Ugly Betty

    I was re-watching an episode of Ugly Betty from Season 4 called "The Butterfly Effect" when I suddenly noticed the appearance of several Diana F+ cameras along the main corridor on the set of the drama!

  • Multiple Exposures by Famous Photographers

    Multiple Exposures by Famous Photographers

    One of the Magazine's requested posts for July is "Seeing Double" so we're sharing these double/multiple exposure shots by master photographers for your inspiration. Check out the surrealistic photos by Man Ray, Lewis Carroll, and more, and show us your MX snaps for some Piggies!

  • Ryan McGinley: Whistle for the Wind

    Ryan McGinley: Whistle for the Wind

    These dynamic photographs by Ryan McGinley are as spectacular as 4th of July fireworks. Not because they literally feature pyrotechnics, but because his road trip images of naked friends running through highways and jumping off cliffs epitomizes what it means to be young in the land of the free.