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  • Diana Mini - Splitzer Made of Film Canister Caps Tipster

    Diana Mini - Splitzer Made of Film Canister Caps

    You can make this tipster even if you are all thumbs. Within a couple of minutes you can tinker a Splitzer for your Diana Mini!

  • Paper-like Frames Tipster

    Paper-like Frames

    Here are some of my newly brainstormed ideas for some snazzy frames!

  • Film Canister Christmas Lights Tipster

    Film Canister Christmas Lights

    Have you ever had a roll of 35mm film that did not turn out well? Now is your chance to use it! (Or take some shots of different textures.) These are great for your Christmas tree or to put anywhere as decoration.

  • A Solution when Travelling with 5 Cameras! Reviews

    A Solution when Travelling with 5 Cameras!

    I have to admit that when travelling I take usually 4 or 5 cameras. I choose them depending what I want to photograph. At first, I used to put them on my shoulder bag, but the main problem is that they can be damaged, or is quite difficult to take the camera you are looking for. On the other side, the classic Lomo bag allows you only two small cameras...

  • Bora Bora, the Pearl of the Pacific Locations

    Bora Bora, the Pearl of the Pacific

    Bora Bora...a name which evokes a place that is already close to being considered as "paradise". I actually had the chance to go there for a week; sailing in one of the world's most beautiful lagoons, enjoying the marvelous views, and of course, taking lots of pictures.

  • A Colorful Trip to Monet's Garden Locations

    A Colorful Trip to Monet's Garden

    There's nothing like Claude Monet's paintings to get you inspired and start taking photos. Monet's Garden is actually the place where I really started to get into Lomography. The scenery here is just so lovely that it makes you want to keep on taking photos, just to capture every beautiful sight!

  • Hail Mary, Her Photographs are Full of Grace Analogue Lifestyle

    Hail Mary, Her Photographs are Full of Grace

    She is young & talented and talented & young. Her photographs would undeniably justify these reversible descriptions. Seeing her stream of film photos entrances you into a dreamlike fantasy: inspiring, magical, vivid, and sometimes haunting in a lovely kind of way. And just like a wonderful dream, you'll want to go back to sleep again and again so you can dream more and, maybe, assimilate right into the beauty of her color negative stills itself. Mary Robinson, you make our eyes swoon.

  • Your Pinhole Ghost Tipster

    Your Pinhole Ghost

    How does one photograph themselves to be transparent without doing a double exposure you ask? It's simple! Continue reading and find out how!

  • Lomography Gallery Store East London - The Making Of... News

    Lomography Gallery Store East London - The Making Of...

    London's second gallery store opens in just four days. Over the past two months an empty shell in Spitalfields has been transformed into a whole new world of Lomography, here's how...

  • Display Your Photos with Just Your Negatives! Tipster

    Display Your Photos with Just Your Negatives!

    So you just got your prints and are eager to display them for everyone to see. No frame? No problem. You already have what you need in that envelope you got from the one-hour photo. This is an easy way of saying to your non-lomographic friends, "Yes, unlike your photos that are stuck inside the computer, my photos come from an actual roll of film and are already sitting pretty on my shelf."

  • Berlin, the City I Live In Locations

    Berlin, the City I Live In

    It was in 2007 when I first came to Berlin and it was love at first sight! Unfortunately, I was only there for a 10-day vacation. Still, memories of that trip never failed to excite me even as I wandered around in my old hometown. As fate would have it, a year later, I met the love of my life, who, coincidentally, was living in Berlin! So I made the big leap - I got married and moved to Berlin! And to this day, that still holds the top spot as the best decision I've ever made!

  • My Analogue Life: Taking Lomography to the Masses Analogue Lifestyle

    My Analogue Life: Taking Lomography to the Masses

    It happens with movies. It happens with fashion. It always happens with music. And now, it would seem, analogue photography is poised to take its place in mainstream popular culture. All of the indicators are there: the recent growth and expansion of the brand, the embrace of analogue among influential stylemakers and Hollywood hipsters, and the increased name recognition of cameras like the LC-A, Diana and Holga. (My Mum even pointed out a small item about a Holga as a holiday gift suggestion in a Canadian magazine that’s, well, rather Mumsy.)

  • Learning to Shoot - Part One: How I Got Hooked and Decided to Write This Guide Analogue Lifestyle

    Learning to Shoot - Part One: How I Got Hooked and Decided to Write This Guide

    This is a journal of my own journey in learning how to properly shoot masterpiece photos. In this part, we'll delve on the primary question - how did I find myself in this situation?

  • DigitaLIZA: The $30 Lifesaver Reviews

    DigitaLIZA: The $30 Lifesaver

    When Lomography released the DigitaLIZA 35mm film scanner this week, I knew I just HAD to have it! So when it arrived this afternoon I quickly put it to use scanning some of my Spinner 360 negatives.

  • Recesky Twin Lens Reflex Camera (DIY) Reviews

    Recesky Twin Lens Reflex Camera (DIY)

    This is a DIY twin lens plastic camera, it is fun to build and yields great results. You'll have the fun of building your own Twin Lens reflex, and then the pleasure of creating beautiful images with your creation.

  • Requested Location: Times Square - The Kiss Place Locations

    Requested Location: Times Square - The Kiss Place

    World War II is over - let´s kiss! To commemorate the iconic "kissing" photograph at Times Square, two statues - an American Marine and a nurse have been put up in one of New York City's busiest locations, Times Square. It marks an important part of history that has changed so many lives.

  • Paris' Petite Ceinture Abandoned Railway Locations

    Paris' Petite Ceinture Abandoned Railway

    Petite Ceinture is an abandoned railway inside Paris that goes all around the city. It is closed to the public and sometimes hardly accessible so you normally cannot go there but there is such a crazy ambiance there that so very few people know about.

  • Blind Photographer: Pete Eckert News

    Blind Photographer: Pete Eckert

    Pete Eckert is an exceptional photographer, Pete Eckert is also blind. Check out how he makes his photographs after the jump. Artists Wanted focuses on his work, how he got started with his art, and his fresh, inspiring outlook on life.

  • The Horror of Auschwitz Locations

    The Horror of Auschwitz

    Having traveled to one of the locations most associated with the Holocaust, Auschwitz-Birkenau (Oświęcim), I realize that there is simply no picture, nor words, that can fully describe the experience. I spent an afternoon exploring Auschwitz I and II and was just deeply moved by the things that I saw and the stories that I heard - a truly eye opening experience to one of history's most harrowing chapters.

  • Analogue Album Art Analogue Lifestyle

    Analogue Album Art

    If you've been following the indie music scene for the past year or so, you will have probably noticed a trend of old-school, lo-fi photographs being used as album covers. This certainly is quite interesting and we'd be happy to hear what you think!