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  • Doubles With YOU

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-16 in #news

    The Lomographic community has been organizing doubles (and even triples) amongst themselves for sometime. However, the results of these long distance exposure collaborations are often confined to Lomohomes and the news feed, not the magazine. We love the idea of Lomographers working together on fun projects like this which is why we decided to introduce a new blog feature, consisting of two main purposes:

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  • My Friend ndroo

    written by northwardnimbus on 2009-01-16 in #news
    My Friend ndroo

    When he's not counting the number of cameras he has, my friend ndroo works in an IT company in Singapore. He pounds his laptop keyboard to make a living (and buy cameras & film). Apart from all the Diana+/F+ clones, an LC-A+, a Supersampler and a "couple" of other cameras he has collected, he said its not really safe to declare how many… because his wife may read this!

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  • The New and Ever-Growing Lomography Photos Archive – Everything’s Just a Click Away

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-15 in #news

    h3. Although we hate to tear ourselves away

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  • January Retail Theraphy! Act Fast - Offer Expires Today!

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-15 in #news
    January Retail Theraphy! Act Fast - Offer Expires Today!

    What way better to start the new year than with a new Lomographic camera or accessory? The deals are as hot as ever here on Lomography so there is no reason to fall into a retail depression!

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  • Phreaky Essays: Because Of The Snow!

    written by breakphreak on 2009-01-15 in #news
    Phreaky Essays: Because Of The Snow!

    You are reading right: We've even tried to buy some old Chinese Red Army jackets in the local outlet store. We wanted to be very prepared for the well-forgotten kind of weather. We wanted to see the snow. Not one that holds on mount Hermon in Israel for

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  • 25000 Active Homes, and Counting!

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-14 in #news
    25000 Active Homes, and Counting!

    The Lomographic Society is proud to see its *active* online community growing! Yesterday we hit a very special milestone, 25,000 *active* homes (with at least 5 pictures) on our current site!

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  • Location of the Week

    written by silvergwen on 2009-01-14 in #news
    Location of the Week

    "Azurblue":http://beta.lomography.com/homes/azurblue shares first hand what beauty has sprung from volcanic mass from almost 280 million years ago! Colors, nature, sun, beauty and a hint of when one should visit this place! What more could one ask for?

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  • My Friend oldskool rider

    written by hanspan on 2009-01-14 in #news
    My Friend oldskool rider

    *Q1: Who are you and what do you do? (think blind date stylee)*

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  • Lubitel + Love From Waist Level

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-13 in #news
    Lubitel + Love From Waist Level

    h3. Love from Waist Level

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  • Search Your Soul, Find a Theme

    written by crazydiamond101 on 2009-01-13 in #news
    Search Your Soul, Find a Theme

    Some compositional tips to make your photos totally different from every other shot of the spot you're in ever taken!

  • Shopping Guide

    written by pan_dre on 2009-01-12 in #news
    Shopping Guide

    Welcome to this week's shopping guide. We got a brand new item in and a spectecular shop offer up and running.

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  • My lomostory: I'm Here Because of My Girlfriend!

    written by breakphreak on 2009-01-12 in #news
    My lomostory: I'm Here Because of My Girlfriend!

    Well, I'm not very into photo stuff, rather prefer making "music":http://www.totalreboot.com . On the other hand, I've always dreamed about working with

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  • Phreaky Essays: Datong - Buddhist Caves, Hanging Monasteries and New Friends

    written by breakphreak on 2009-01-11 in #news
    Phreaky Essays: Datong - Buddhist Caves, Hanging Monasteries and New Friends

    After the big crowded Beijing (and we've liked it) we've jumped on a 4-hours train to the small town, named Datong. We've took the simplest hard seat tickets and tried to communicate with the other passengers as much as we can with nearly zero vocabulary (still succeeded to learn some Chinese card game that should be played very fast).

  • We Want your Shoots!

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-11 in #news
    We Want your Shoots!

    Thank you all! Your contribution and willingness to share your knowledge in the "Camera Club":http://beta.lomography.com/magazine/cameras and the "Film class":http://beta.lomography.com/magazine/films has been amazing, we are currently counting approximately 200 reviews in each category!

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  • Russian Winter: 10% Off All Russian Deadstock & 15% Any Film You Add to Your Order

    written by kazarareta on 2009-01-11 in #news
    Russian Winter: 10% Off All Russian Deadstock & 15% Any Film You Add to Your Order

    Take a Russian camera home for winter! Snuggle up, put on the heat and spark some analogue friction with our discounted Russian Deadstock Camera offerings! Voucher code: RUSSIANWINTER

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  • When Holga Went In the Arctic

    written by stouf on 2009-01-11 in #news
    When Holga Went In the Arctic

    h3. Week 1 (Dec. 20 to Dec. 26, 2007)

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  • Diana Mini Gallery

    written by cruzron on 2009-01-10 in #news
    Diana Mini Gallery

    Curious as to what this little wonder can do? Check out the Diana Mini's Gallery of cool shots!

  • Camera Review of the Week

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-10 in #news
    Camera Review of the Week

    After all that jolliness the last couple of weeks it is time to get back to business here at Lomography, and reward superb camera reviews is one of the things that we do!

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  • January Retail Therapy!

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-09 in #news
    January Retail Therapy!

    Don’t give in to the post-festive blues, the fun is far from over here at Lomography! To keep you from falling into a deep deal-less depression, we’re starting off the New Year with some intense retail therapy. Enjoy endorphine-rush-inducing savings on selected Lomographic goodies in our shop, starting from 10 EUR/USD to 50 EUR/USD. Plus find out how you can get a Holga Frame, Fotoclips (110) *AND* a Lomography Notebook free! And if that’s not enough, no matter how much you spend you will be rewarded with a free gift quick fix! Every customer who places an order will be rewarded with Lomography Shutter Buttons free!

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  • Location of the Week

    written by silvergwen on 2009-01-09 in #news
    Location of the Week

    Paradise! Wow "ananditya":http://beta.lomography.com/homes/ananditya can sure consider herself lucky living next to such a place as the "Karimunjawa Islands":http://beta.lomography.com/magazine/locations/2008/12/29/karimunjawa-islands . Beautifully written location entry, amazing shoots and all the reason to award you the location of the week award.

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  • My Friend: HANSPAN

    written by mattcharnock on 2009-01-09 in #news
    My Friend: HANSPAN

    **Q1: Who the heck are you?**

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  • An Incredible Lomography Story From A NYC PopUpShop Visitor

    written by ouroborosx on 2009-01-08 in #news
    An Incredible Lomography Story From A NYC PopUpShop Visitor

    Over the past month at the "New York City Lomography PopUpShop":http://beta.lomography.com/magazine/blog/2009/01/05/new-york-city-lomography-popupshop-the-last-week, we have met so many new friends, neighbors, old-school Lomographers, and other assorted colorful characters.

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  • Camera Review Callout!

    written by cruzron on 2009-01-08 in #news
    Camera Review Callout!

    To kickoff another awesome year for Lomography, we're on the lookout for the coolest and funkiest analog cameras to add to our ever-expanding camera review database.

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  • A Slice of Analogue Life

    written by boredbone on 2009-01-08 in #news
    A Slice of Analogue Life

    You usually just throw them away after using but film canisters have feelings too! Check out boredbone's latest series of quirky illustration-Lomograph mash-ups!

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  • A Tree Story

    written by mattcharnock on 2009-01-08 in #news
    A Tree Story

    In January of last year I loaded a roll of 120 into my Rolleicord and walked to work. On the way I passed a tree that I have photgraphed many, many times, but on this walk I had an idea. I took one shot and put my camera away.

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  • My Lomo(love) Story

    written by ethermoon on 2009-01-07 in #news
    My Lomo(love) Story

    Exactly a year ago, that was around Christmas, I was stuck on doing “photoshop” actions until I discover this certain tutorial on how to make vignettes. This led me searching why such a photo can give this dark cornered area and how a camera can do it. I tried to take some photos using a digital but I can never accomplish those four, dark corners and always end up photoshopping my images.

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  • A Pop 9 calendar for 2009

    written by hind on 2009-01-07 in #news
    A Pop 9 calendar for 2009

    A friend approached me to provide photos for his company's 2009 calendar. The company is called IQ Selection and this is the second time I work on their calendar.

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  • My Lomo Story: A Boy Meets a Girl Named Holga

    written by fuzztone04 on 2009-01-06 in #news
    My Lomo Story: A Boy Meets a Girl Named Holga

    I was never much into photography. When I was younger my dad would jokingly say "Go play Ace Hoffman" (who was a local portrait photographer) while handing me the family point and shoot. I took a "graphic arts" class in high school which had a black and white photography portion, which I liked, but I took the class primarly for the screen printing. I took a journalism class, too, and that had a photo element. But I never was truely into photography then.

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  • Plastic Fantastic

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2009-01-06 in #news
    Plastic Fantastic

    There is something unbelievably charming about plastic cameras. In this age of shiny surfaces and push-button motion, it is quite comforting to dive in a world of light leaks, vignettes, deep saturation, and blur – as seen by the beady eye of the Lomographic Plastic. From 35mm to 120, single-lens to multi-lens, flash-equipped to daytime-only, we've got a wide selection of plastic cameras to get you into weaving some magic!

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  • My Friend... Tikbalang

    written by cruzron on 2009-01-05 in #news
    My Friend... Tikbalang

    **Let us know a little bit more about who you are and what your present

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