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  • It's a Lomo dogs life! Analogue Lifestyle

    It's a Lomo dogs life!

    *Spanky showing some SERIOUS lens cap love.*

  • Hema 400 Color Negative Film - Selfmade Redscale Reviews

    Hema 400 Color Negative Film - Selfmade Redscale

    self made redscale film I made with this rather unknown emulsion!

  • Who Needs Photoshop When You Have Philippe Halsman? Analogue Lifestyle

    Who Needs Photoshop When You Have Philippe Halsman?

    If any of your whippersnapper friends insist that you need Photoshop to make your photos look good, better school them on the impeccable work of portrait artist Philippe Halsman, who made one of our time's most memorable photos through sheer determination. And lots of pissed off cats.

  • Stutter Steps Tipster

    Stutter Steps

    Use your multiple exposure camera to make your images shift and stutter for an otherworldly weirdness.

  • How an Englishman became Japanese Reviews

    How an Englishman became Japanese

    An englishman on shooting the Japanese way

  • My Analogue Life: Vintage Style Inspires Analogue Lifestyle

    My Analogue Life: Vintage Style Inspires

    We each draw inspiration from different sources. For some, it’s a gorgeous view or pretty sunset; for others, it’s the people around them that feed their creativity; and for others yet, it’s a mood thing. For me, more often than not, it’s an object or a piece of clothing that triggers the idea for a photograph — or sometimes an entire series — and that certain something is almost always vintage.

  • Agfa CT Precisa (35mm, 100 iso) Reviews

    Agfa CT Precisa (35mm, 100 iso)

    Did u know which film can make a lot of color in a single roll? Then give this slide a try and see for yourself the surprises that awaits you!

  • The Blade Runner Bar Locations

    The Blade Runner Bar

    Have you seen the Blade Runner flick? If not, then I have an assignment for you. Go to your movie rental store, watch the movie and if you like it, come back and read this article.

  • Suzi Livingstone: My Analogue Portraits Analogue Lifestyle

    Suzi Livingstone: My Analogue Portraits

    I read a quote somewhere recently that said something like, if you want your photos to look like they’re film shots, then get a film camera.

  • The New Diana Mini En Rose - C'est Romantique! News

    The New Diana Mini En Rose - C'est Romantique!

    Ooh la la! The sweetest Diana Mini clone has arrived - meet the Diana Mini En Rose! Adorable in its rosy pink colour, this little plastic sweetheart uses convenient 35mm film for wonderfully dreamy half-frame or square shots!

  • Light leaks on Diana Mini ! Tipster

    Light leaks on Diana Mini !

    My Diana Mini is my best friend and it produces beautiful little pictures! But only recently have I found a way to get some light leaks on demand into that bad girl, without having to do drastic changes to her...

  • F*** Parade 2010 in Berlin Locations

    F*** Parade 2010 in Berlin

    FuPa 2010: the demonstration of peace, joy and pancake (German phrase) At 21.08.10 the 13th Fuckparade in Berlin took place. During the last years I allways did my best to participate. A really great party , demonstration! This year I took lots of lomographic toys with my, which I used quite a lot.

  • The Diana F+ SLR Adapter Reviews

    The Diana F+ SLR Adapter

    I test all of the Diana F+ lenses on a Canon EOS Rebel Ti with some interesting results.

  • Underexposed Films are Gems. We Can Build a Mask Out of It. Tipster

    Underexposed Films are Gems. We Can Build a Mask Out of It.

    The idea is simple, just like creating regular mask only out of our film. There is a good tipster in the past for building a mask. This has the same technique, just different medium.

  • Recycle your 35mm Canisters to Make Home for 120 films! Tipster

    Recycle your 35mm Canisters to Make Home for 120 films!

    Actually for a long time I didn’t know that 120 film sometimes comes with a canister, none of the films I had bought over the past 4 years had these. It’s quick and easy to do and helps the environment by re-using stuff instead of discarding it.

  • Gothic Lolitas and Japanese Rockabillies. Locations

    Gothic Lolitas and Japanese Rockabillies.

    Wandering around the Harajuku district is like finding oneself in a science fiction film. Its parks and streets are filled with Victorian dolls, anime characters, Danny Zuku impersonators and other similar freaks. You’re guaranteed a spectacle.

  • The Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Negative Edition Tipster

    The Great Big Lomography Film Bible: Colour Negative Edition

    So many films, yet only so much time (and money). Analogue world can be overwhelming at times, but we’re here to help with the first installment of the Lomography Film Bible. We’re kicking things off with a round-up of all kinds of colour negative film.

  • Analogue Love In Motion Analogue Lifestyle

    Analogue Love In Motion

    After seeing the article, "Lomo In Motion", by j-robert in Analogue Lifestyle, I decided to share two of my student films from....7 years ago! Join me in my nostalgia with these projects that kick started my love for Lomography and everything analogue.

  • Wanted: Lomography's Analog Toycam Puts Vintage Camera Apps To Shame Reviews

    Wanted: Lomography's Analog Toycam Puts Vintage Camera Apps To Shame

    As featured in Fast Company's Co.Design.

  • My Analogue Life: Raiding the Archives Analogue Lifestyle

    My Analogue Life: Raiding the Archives

    It never ceases to astound me how much our eye changes. A photograph we may have considered one of our best three years ago may bring us close to a cringe today. Certain shots we may have thought were oh-so-original now seem cliché. But looking back through our previous work isn’t always embarrassing. In fact, a leisurely browse through your personal archives can often yield some surprising — and delightful — discoveries.