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  • 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.

  • Disderi 3 Lens Robot Camera - Small But Functional Reviews

    Disderi 3 Lens Robot Camera - Small But Functional

    Don’t underestimate what this pocket-sized plastic camera can do. Disderi 3 Lens Robot Camera may be diminutive but it is loaded with functional creativity and can produce amazing curved 3-grid effects.

  • Vivid Colors Reviews

    Vivid Colors

    looks a bit like x-pro

  • Holga 135 with Color Flash | Your Biggest Friend from Now on! Reviews

    Holga 135 with Color Flash | Your Biggest Friend from Now on!

    I was suprised that there isn't any review about the Holga 135 color flash on this website. So here it is! I can be very quick about this little fellow. You just put an 35mm film in it, wind it...and there you go! I take it everywhere I go....read on and you find out why.

  • Handmade Black and White Processing Tipster

    Handmade Black and White Processing

    How to process black and white film at home, in your bathroom. Steps for generic Rodinal process and ATP 1.1 process.

  • Dr. Lab Experiment Two: Bleach & Shout - 50’s Effect Tipster

    Dr. Lab Experiment Two: Bleach & Shout - 50’s Effect

    Meet Dr. Lab aka hti. Straight from the HQ Lomography Archive where he has been whipping up some weird and wonderful experiments just for you. Many thanks Dr. Lab for sharing your laboratory experience, secret techniques and analogue passion in the second of his special edition Film Freak Tipsters. Now come on everyone bleach & shout!

  • Dr. Lab Experiment One: Do the Dishwasher Tipster

    Dr. Lab Experiment One: Do the Dishwasher

    Meet Dr. Lab aka hti. Straight from the HQ Lomography Archive where he has been whipping up some weird and wonderful experiments just for you. Many thanks Dr. Lab for sharing your laboratory experience, secret techniques and analogue passion in the first of his special edition Film Freak Tipsters. Now come on everyone and do the dishwasher!

  • Angular Momentum- Shoot with the Sprocket Rocket Reviews

    Angular Momentum- Shoot with the Sprocket Rocket

    The camera itself looks very retro, it reminds me of some old vintage cameras, but the inner life of the camera is equipped with the finest lomographic details. After I tested the new sprocket rocket camera for a long time, I can only say that it is ready now for a trip to outerspace – to the sprocket universe.

  • My new Sprocket Rocket camera Reviews

    My new Sprocket Rocket camera

    The new Sprocket Rocket is going to get all Lomographers and analogue photographers to start talking. After testing it, I am absolutely convinced that the future is analogue. Long life to the Sprocket Rocket!

  • My Analogue Life: Best Before Analogue Lifestyle

    My Analogue Life: Best Before

    The only film I can find in my home that’s not expired or short-dated is a handful of Lomography brand 35mm and a few packs of Fuji Instax instant film. The rest — all 500-plus rolls of it — is old, sometimes damaged and definitely expired. Some of it has been kept frozen all along or at least refrigerated, while there are boxes full that contain film 10, 15 or 20 years old and it’s those rolls that are often my favourites.

  • How to Make a Panographic Picture Tipster

    How to Make a Panographic Picture

    From the moment I first saw them I also wanted to try it – the panographic pictures. It is like a huge panorama picture, but consists of several smaller, overlapping photos. It is also very util when you just have one lense who could not take the whole object you want to photograph at one time.

  • Lomography Diana Mini - The Surprise of Shooting Forever (staff review) Reviews

    Lomography Diana Mini - The Surprise of Shooting Forever (staff review)

    The Diana Mini exemplifies the famous "Don't Think Just Shoot" motto. It literally can shoot forever on a roll of 35mm that produces twice more photos (72 photos) than normal format. It totally fits into my environmentally concerned mind that I can shoot at ease without worrying of wasting film...