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 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.
Welcome to the Holiday Season! Check out our requested posts for December.
Tips are considered articles where Lomography or analogue photography are featured. Shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com, and you will be credited for every approved/published tip!
- My Year in Analogue: We’re interested to know about how your year went. Make an analogue photo diary of 2014 and include the juiciest and most memorable highlights of your year. Tell us about these milestones, and show them in pictures.
- And So This is Christmas: What does Christmas mean for you? What do you value most about the yuletide season, and how do you make sure that it is an occasion worth celebrating. On the other hand, you can also share what makes the holidays less than pleasurable for you – whether it’s because of the cold weather, or some unhappy memory.
- All I Want for Christmas: Have you been naughty or nice? What’s on your wish list? If Santa came all the way from the North Pole just to deliver what you want, what would you ask for? It could be lomography-related or otherwise, something for you or a wish for someone special.
- Holiday Happenings on Film: Whether it’s a concert, exhibit, sports event or festival, or a yuletide celebration with family and friends, share it with the rest of the community through pictures and let them know what’s happening on your side of the world.
- 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!
- My Holiday Hang Out: Now that it’s colder in some parts of the world and snowflakes are appearing on window panes, where do you go for a cup of hot cocoa or a filling meal? If it’s still a bit warm on your end, where do you troop with friends for refreshments, or to simply hang out? Tell us about your favorite hang out, and what makes it special.
- Winter Wonderland: Tell us about your favorite winter destination. It could be a ski resort, the top of the Alps, a local amusement park—any scenic snow-capped destination that thrills your senses. Tell us about those winter wonderlands where fellow lomographers can enjoy the view of snow-capped landscapes or engage in winter activities.
- Home for the Holidays: Planning a holiday, or just been to one? Tell us about a recent trip, or a place you want to go back to on your next holiday, and show us the splendor of the said location through pictures!
- Lomography Day Trips: Over the past 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!
- Winter Photography Tips: The cold weather can be unkind to a photographer and his equipment. Share some insight and tips on how to care for photographic equipment in this weather, and how to use them to capture the most stunning winter and holiday shots.
- Group Photography Tips: It’s the season for reunions with family and friends. It’s the time to see cousins from the other side of the continent and friends from college. And during such gatherings, group photos are a must! Share valuable tips on taking those group photos, whether it’s in a cozy restaurant, someone’s living room, or the swankiest place in town. And don’t forget to show us those pictures, wacky ones included.
- Instant Photography Tips: Instant photography isn’t for everyone, but there are those who can create stunning images with instant cameras. If you’re one of those instant photography artisans out there, share the love and knowledge with some tips!
- Lomo’Instant Tips: If you are one of our lucky Kickstarter backers who have received your own Lomo’Instant Camera and have had the opportunity to test it, why not share some tips and techniques on how to make the most of this instant wonder?
- Indoor/Low-Light Photography Tips: Low-light conditions and indoor shots (taken inside pubs, bars, restaurants, and coffee shops) can be challenging for any photographer. So, if you’ve mastered taking dramatic snaps without a flash, why don’t you share a trick or two (or more) for those of us who aren’t fans of flash photography and bright studio lighting?
- Lomography Petzval Lens Photography Tips: If you’re one of the lucky owners of the New Petzval Lens and if you’ve been playing around with it for a while, you have most likely discovered some nifty ways on how make the most of your brass wonder. Share those nifty tips and tricks, will you?
- New Russar+ Lens Photography Tips: What about the Russar+? Are you one of the blessed owners of this wide-angle marvel, too? Be a darling and share the techniques you’ve picked up so far.
- Film Experiments: Do you love to tinker with your film rolls to come up with off-kilter photos? Do you use concoctions, film soup recipes, and chemical cocktails for creating funky effects on your film photos? Tell us about your film experiments, and show us what you can do!
- 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!
Lomo Instant Camera
Belair Instant Camera
Diana F+ with Flash Explorer Nocturne Edition
Ondu Pinhole Camera
Lomography Cine400 Tungsten 35mm Film
Lomography Color Negative 100 ISO 35mm
Lomography Earl Grey B&W 100 ISO 120
Fuji Instax Mini Film Single Pack 10 Instant Photos
Lomography Smartphone Scanner
Lumi Inkodye Bottles
Zkin Camera Backpack – Raw Yeti (olive black)
UCON Hendrik Dark Grey
Photo Development Service
Additionally, if you’re interested in becoming one of our regular writers, read these new guidelines and we’ll be waiting for your responses! If you’d like to discuss the possibility of becoming a regular contributor, feel free to email the editor. Thank you!