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  • 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.

  • Analogue All Around Taiwan

    Analogue All Around Taiwan

    Upon my arrival to Taiwan, I quickly realized how much faster the analogue world has caught up compared to my small island of Hawaii. Almost every store window I looked into had an analogue camera as decoration, advertisement, or inventory! See the analogue goodies after the jump!

  • Why You Should Take Your Instant Camera To Summer Festivals

    Why You Should Take Your Instant Camera To Summer Festivals

    When you visit festivals where bands or singers that you adore perform at, you usually don't think of bringing paper with you for an autograph, right? But you also don't want to bump into your idol and not have anything on you to keep as a memento. Why don't you take an instant picture and have them sign the snap instead?

  • LomoKino Project: Everything That Moves Is Moved By Others

    LomoKino Project: Everything That Moves Is Moved By Others

    Newton's laws of motion states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. This is precisely the phenomenon that Spanish filmmakers Stefano Caprile and Alejandra Cano want to show in their LomoKino flick, but they need your help. Find out how you can make the movie move here!

  • Analogue Rock: Rolleiflex and Incubus!

    Analogue Rock: Rolleiflex and Incubus!

    Do you want to know what strange analogy exists among Incubus and a Rolleiflex? Don't worry, dear hardcore fan. I'll give you more clues after the jump!

  • Grand Opening Movie Lomography Gallery Store Antwerp

    Grand Opening Movie Lomography Gallery Store Antwerp

    And there he is! The Grand Opening Movie of the Lomography Gallery Store Antwerp. It was a legendary party and that is exactly what our Dutch Lomo Amigos again accomplished to show in this movie. Including audio from our Flamisch friends of The Deer Friends. Enjoy!

  • To Crop Or Not To Crop, That Is The Question

    To Crop Or Not To Crop, That Is The Question

    While some like to present their photographs unedited or straight-out-of-camera, it turns out that a little snipping here and there can transform good images into great ones. Did you know that some of the most iconic photographs of the century are actually cropped versions of their originals? Check out the gallery below and tell us what you think!

  • Leica x Lego

    Leica x Lego

    Art meets analogue meets digital in this fun creation by artist Mr. Attacki. Using special LEGO pieces, he recreated the Leica M8 camera, complete with viewfinder, shutter button, and even an LCD display! Of course, it's still just a toy.

  • Natsumi Hayashi Exhibition: “Today's Levitation”

    Natsumi Hayashi Exhibition: “Today's Levitation”

    Have you ever heard of the blog named yowayowacamera? It includes the series “Today's Levitation” and feartures Natsumi Hayashi's levitating self-portraits. Her first exhibition takes place in Ebisu,Tokyo from this weekend.

  • 35mm Film + Hydrochloric Acid = This!

    35mm Film + Hydrochloric Acid = This!

    We love all sorts of analogue experiments and this one by a Chemistry and Physics teacher from South Carolina is pretty damn cool. Check out the picture he tweeted of 35mm film dropped into hydrochloric acid! Can you guess what happened?

  • Introducing The Fisheye Baby 110 - Lomography's First 110 Format Cameras!

    Introducing The Fisheye Baby 110 - Lomography's First 110 Format Cameras!

    Good things really do come in small packages! We are excited to present to you the latest analogue babies in the Lomography family - the oh-so-adorable Fisheye Baby 110 Cameras. They may be small, but they pack a 170-degree punch on 110 film! Get yours now - limited launch stock available!