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  • Tung Choi Street and Ladies Street: a Mirage-Like Flea Market in Mong Kok, Hong Kong Locations

    Tung Choi Street and Ladies Street: a Mirage-Like Flea Market in Mong Kok, Hong Kong

    On a hot summer's day, most people would prefer to go to an air conditioned mall, but what about you? Would you come to a hot and stuffy flea market like Ladies Street even just for the bargains alone? Whether you're interested in some sightseeing or shopping, Ladies Street in Hong Kong is something that you might want to visit.

  • Just Stickin´ Around Tipster

    Just Stickin´ Around

    Are you afraid of asking people for a picture? Well, maybe after reading this article you will become more successful.

  • My Kodachrome T-Shirt Analogue Lifestyle

    My Kodachrome T-Shirt

    Kodak took our Kodachrome away and I have not even shot a single roll. Since it seems impossible to get a roll and send it to Dwayne's Photo, I decided to create a T-shirt in honor of this unique emulsion.

  • Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland Locations

    Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland

    One of South Africa's best-kept secrets is hidden along its eastern coast - the Transkei. It remains untouched and is rich in culture, people, and wilderness. With no cellphone signal, internet or electricity close by there's nothing else to do but explore our surroundings and create our own adventures.

  • Magic Doubtful Sound: Is this Norway or New Zealand? Locations

    Magic Doubtful Sound: Is this Norway or New Zealand?

    Exploring the beauty of a Fjord...I thought that this was only possible in Norway but in fact, you can explore the surprising Fjordland in southwestern New Zealand! We went to the Doubtful Sound and despite it's name, there's no doubt that it's one of the most amazing places I've ever seen.

  • Diana Mini in GQ Magazine! News

    Diana Mini in GQ Magazine!

    Look who just voted our miniature Diana as one of the best cameras out in the market in 2011. Amidst a sea of digital cameras, analogue is alive and kicking!

  • Farewell Kodachrome Analogue Lifestyle

    Farewell Kodachrome

    Dear Kodachrome. I know we never met, but I'm sure we would have been great friends. Thanks for your hues and saturation that couldn't be matched. Consider this experimental film my ode to you.

  • Man's Achievements: the Giza Necropolis Locations

    Man's Achievements: the Giza Necropolis

    After spending 17 hours and traversing one quarter around the globe, I finally set foot on Egypt's Cairo. This is my first trip to Africa so I wasted no time in documenting my trip through analogue photographs - especially the pyramids, definitely one of the highlights of my trip.

  • Quickie Tipster: I Dare You Not to Wind! Tipster

    Quickie Tipster: I Dare You Not to Wind!

    Having trouble shooting those weird yet fascinating double exposures? It's really easy, as long as you let your camera do the work. This tiny tip will help you!

  • Marina Bay Sands Sky Park Locations

    Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

    It was my first time to go up to one of the tallest buildings in Singapore. I got a free ticket from my sister-in-law to go up the Marina Bay Sands Sky Park which offers a nice view and awesome landscapes. I highly recommend this place for those who love taking landscape photos, as long as you are willing to pay the $20 entrance fee. But remember, no tripod.

  • Diana F+ on the Cover of Computer Arts Issue 183 News

    Diana F+ on the Cover of Computer Arts Issue 183

    If you're reading Computer Arts magazine, you might recognize a 60's classic smack dab int he middle of the cover - Lomography's queen of cameras, the Diana F+!

  • Quickie Tipster: Cheat the System (and Get More for Your Money) Tipster

    Quickie Tipster: Cheat the System (and Get More for Your Money)

    Do you like to stick it to The Man? Are you just super cheap? If you're one, the other, or both, you may want to get extra shots our of your roll of 35mm film.

  • Black and White with Bite Reviews

    Black and White with Bite

    Want a black and white film with good colouring and contrast that has C-41 develop? Ilford FP4+ could be your solution!

  • The Inspirational Cameron Highlands Locations

    The Inspirational Cameron Highlands

    Last study break, I went to an illustrious place about 1,200 meters above sea level. The cool but warmhearted place is known as Cameron Highlands. It is one of those places which can give you a feel of escape from the all-year long hotness of the Malaysian weather.

  • LomoPeople: Beth Cartwright Analogue Lifestyle

    LomoPeople: Beth Cartwright

    All great adventures require a copilot. Somebody who can watch your back and tell you when things are a little dicey or out of hand. A pal, friend and lover. That’s why I married her. My wife, Beth, is my most important Lomo Person.

  • UK Lomographic Lives no. 9: Neja Analogue Lifestyle

    UK Lomographic Lives no. 9: Neja

    We're starting the new year with a bang, by introducing one of Lomographys biggest fans, Neja! Many of you will already be familiar with this prolific Lomographer, here she tells us a few of her favourite things...

  • From the Beating Heart of the Factory Analogue Lifestyle

    From the Beating Heart of the Factory

    The musings of a young Lomographer who went to pick up her pictures from the lab and stumbled upon something unexpected! Read along to discover the surprise that awaited her!

  • Lomo X-Pro Chrome : The Arrival of a Monster Reviews

    Lomo X-Pro Chrome : The Arrival of a Monster

    Lomography X-Pro Chrome is another 100 iso , 35 mm film. It's created by Lomography team for us, who love the flamboyant color produced by slide films. Some slide films give too bright color but this film however give you the nicest result - very subtle but quite surprising. Hands up for those who love surprises!! All of us love surprises right?? Using this film is like unveiling a mystery box - exciting and fun. Although it's still fresh but it give you the best result - very natural and bright colors.

  • BelOMO Etyud (Etude) Reviews

    BelOMO Etyud (Etude)

    Etyud -- this is a simple for use plastic camera. One of the few plastic 120 type cameras in the USSR of a 60's and 70's. Faded colors, angular body -- the soviet people know with this type of design. But shoot this camera is very nice.

  • The End of An Era News

    The End of An Era

    The clock is ticking close to midnight, actually some of you are already celebrating the New Year, and in Parsons, Kansas, the last roll of Kodachrome is being developed...