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  • Lomography Cookie Cutters: Butter Cookie Recipe Tipster

    Lomography Cookie Cutters: Butter Cookie Recipe

    The end of the year is coming. Many festivities have began. Christmas songs can be heard everywhere. It's time to give gifts to your loved ones. Don't know what to give them? Here's an idea!

  • Overexposure: It's a Beautiful Thing Tipster

    Overexposure: It's a Beautiful Thing

    With my first try at the Lubitel 166+ and manual settings in general (with no light meter), it's no surprise that my slides came out overexposed. But in the end, I actually really like the overexposure effect! Dreamy, bleached, otherworldly tones of cream and turquoise make for some genuinely gorgeous cross-processed slides. Read on to find out more!

  • Spotted: Latest Banksy Piece News

    Spotted: Latest Banksy Piece

    The world is his canvas, and his followers are always on the search for his latest pieces. So, where has Banksy decided to unleash his latest masterpiece? Read on.

  • A Little Humor Never Hurt News

    A Little Humor Never Hurt

    Couldn't help but laugh out loud at this one. There are tons of things people born today will never know even existed... Remote controls for gaming devices anyone? But this little bit of humor really brightened our day.

  • One Amazing Composite Picture News

    One Amazing Composite Picture

    So, before you get your panties all up in a bunch, we know this is a digital photograph, but we think the technique used would be an interesting analogue multiple exposure project. Still intrigued? Read on!

  • The Medium Format Advantage Tipster

    The Medium Format Advantage

    This article will dive head-first into the world of medium format photography. We’ll take you through a basic introduction, then look at different cameras, film, scanners and processing techniques to give this type of photography a try!

  • Le Saut du Loup restaurant, Paris Locations

    Le Saut du Loup restaurant, Paris

    One of the most spectacularly located restaurants in the entire world. It was our last few hours in Paris, and we were desperate to dine somewhere around the Louvre. But it had to be a place which served Pomerol wine, there were no doubts about that. I didn't know why, but my partners did insist on that.

  • Shooting 25-Year Expired Kodacolor VR 1000 Reviews

    Shooting 25-Year Expired Kodacolor VR 1000

    I shot a roll of 25 year expired Kodacolor VR 1000 and compared the raw results with those where I performed standard post-processing.

  • The Best Alternative Movie Posters! Analogue Lifestyle

    The Best Alternative Movie Posters!

    You know these films, but the movie posters presented here are likely ones that you have never seen plastered on the sides of buildings or framed in cinema houses! They aren't conventional, but are special and even have their own 'school' in the world of art!

  • Colorful Double Exposure Using Color Papers Tipster

    Colorful Double Exposure Using Color Papers

    No flowers? No blue skies during winter season? No problem! In this tipster, you can come up with colorful photos by using colored paper!

  • Yashica Electro 35 GSN: The Night Owl Reviews

    Yashica Electro 35 GSN: The Night Owl

    The Yashica Electro GSN is a 35mm Rangefinder Journalist-style camera, or what I call the "Night Owl" Rangefinder. It's as near as I will get to a Leica for the next couple years.

  • Most Popular Photos of April 2011 Analogue Lifestyle

    Most Popular  Photos of April 2011

    April shower's bring May flowers, or so they say in order to convince us that the dreary weather will soon come to an end. But, while others were stuck at home with nothing to do or out and about braving the rain, Lomographers were doing their thing. Want to see what that was?

  • Most Popular Photos of March 2011 Analogue Lifestyle

    Most Popular  Photos of March 2011

    It's always great to look back on all that has happened in the last year, especially through photos. For this edition of the Most Popular of 2011, we bring you the month of March, take a look at what pictures were most liked and commented after the jump.

  • Rolleiflex 3.5f and the Dangers of Adolescent Rudeness Analogue Lifestyle

    Rolleiflex 3.5f and the Dangers of Adolescent Rudeness

    Here is the Rolleiflex 3.5f, the best TLR ever, and the first camera I bought with my own money. Here is a saga of adventure, danger, and near tragedy brought on by adolescent stupidity, meanness, and automatically following the lead of your "Moe" (think of the social dynamic of "The Three Stooges"). With a great camera comes great responsibility!

  • Lanikai Beach: National Geographic's #5 Beach in the World Locations

    Lanikai Beach: National Geographic's #5 Beach in the World

    As a local growing up in Hawaii, I'm honored to present to the Lomographic community, Lanikai Beach. National Geographic named this the #5 Best Beach to Visit in the World, and I definitely agree that it's worthy to fit in the realm of the world's legendary best beaches. Beautiful, pristine sand, amazingly blue and clear waters, and a laid back community makes for a perfect getaway.

  • Don't Have a Smart Phone? Make Your Own News

    Don't Have a Smart Phone? Make Your Own

    Sick of people asking you whether you have an android or an iphone? It's time to break out of the mold and create your own... Or maybe not, read after the jump for more on this interesting design.

  • Patti Smith by Michael Stipe Analogue Lifestyle

    Patti Smith by Michael Stipe

    Michael Stipe, frontman of the recently disbanded group R.E.M., cites Patti Smith as one of the people who influenced his musical career. In 1995, he followed Patti Smith on tour and took some black and white photos. Learn more after the break.

  • The 10 Strangest Christmas Traditions Ever! Analogue Lifestyle

    The 10 Strangest Christmas Traditions Ever!

    Uh...We know seeing is believing, though if distance is a factor and you can't see for yourself how weird and wacky these traditions are, we are stepping in to bring these strange sights straight to you! So read on, and brace yourself for what you're about to witness!

  • One Trillion Frames Per Second News

    One Trillion Frames Per Second

    MIT Media Lab has done it again, produced another amazing scientific contraption that will be a game changer. So, what is it? A camera that can capture the movement of Photons. I'm no scientist, so view the video after the jump for an explanation.

  • LC-A+: A Black Beauty that Deserves All Your Love! Reviews

    LC-A+: A Black Beauty that Deserves All Your Love!

    The other day while I was on Tumblr, I wanted to post some of my Lomographs, so checked out my popular photos in my LomoHome, and chose some photos that I like. It was only after I had posted them that I realized they were all taken using the LC-A+. I don't give my black baby enough credit or love sometimes, but I should. And you should too! Here's why.