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  • SoLocations: Wandering Around Michigan Tech

    SoLocations: Wandering Around Michigan Tech
    I live in a university town. A two-university town, actually, but the bigger of the two is Michigan Tech, an amazing place that no book could cover, let alone a simple location posting. I'm no expert on all of their programs or people, but I do enjoy wandering through the campus, capturing the sights and having the chance to say hello to a few people.
  • Just Another LomoArch: Xaviru

    Just Another LomoArch: Xaviru
    He is a lomographer in a parallel world filled with imagination, a lomoarch playing with tangible but distant realities. His gallery, with rich variety of styles, reveals a great power of versatility and an adaptation to different scenarios outward in each frame. I’m glad to present our next exclusive LomoArch: xaviru!
  • SoLocations: London Can Be So Brutal

    SoLocations: London Can Be So Brutal
    Brutalism's aficionados are few and far between, so this is a lomowalk I prefer to do alone, taking my time appreciating the various sites. Here is my route through some of the best Brutalist architecture London has to offer!
  • Shooting Architecture Without Slide Films

    Shooting Architecture Without Slide Films
    Maybe some Lomographer thinks that slide film has great color saturation results. Well, without slide film, you can still make great pictures!!
  • Kasunanan Surakarta Palace: Old Java Kingdom

    Kasunanan Surakarta Palace: Old Java Kingdom
    Surakarta is a unique city in East Java especially to those who really love antique stuff. If you wanna go back to 100 years past, follow me.
  • Just Another LomoArch: Zingaboom

    Just Another LomoArch: Zingaboom
    She is a lomographer that plays with several cameras, a lomoarch stunned with abstract details. She has been a lomographer for a long time and she sees the world through lens since childhood. I’m especially pleased to introduce our very first female LomoArch: zingaboom!
  • Versailles and its Delightful Sights

    Versailles and its Delightful Sights
    The Palace of Versailles is one of the most impressive achievements of 18th-century French art. It is not only a place bursting history and culture, where you can appreciate art and beautiful architecture, but there you can also contemplate nature, slow down and relax, away from the fast rhythm of the city.
  • 2012: A Year of Analogue Passion

    2012: A Year of Analogue Passion
    This last year was my first full year in this great community. I got in touch with very nice and interesting people around the globe and I saw many many great pictures which in fact wasn´t helpful for my bank account. I was really inspired by a lot of shots you took and so I badly had to buy this and that and try this or that. But thanks a lot for the input. Here, I want to show you my favorite shots of the last 12 months, one for each month, which is pretty hard to choose. You won't miss my best failures too, and the ones I like from the best of the community.
  • Abandoned Beauty: Victoria Baths, Manchester

    Abandoned Beauty: Victoria Baths, Manchester
    In November last year, I went along to a photo workshop at Victoria Baths in Manchester, which is a building currently undergoing a marvellous amount of reconstruction.
  • Asian Photography Masters: Hiroshi Sugimoto, Japan

    Asian Photography Masters: Hiroshi Sugimoto, Japan
    I bet many of you might not even know you have a piece of Hiroshi Sugimoto's work in your room. U2's "No Line on the Horizon" album artwork is a photograph by Sugimoto, and is part of his Seascapes series. After the jump, let's properly get acquainted with this conceptual artist.
  • Just Another LomoArch: Gionnired

    Just Another LomoArch: Gionnired
    He is a lomographer rendering the real world, a lomoarch wandering the streets with the curious eyes that so well characterize architects. He makes part of the fresh generations of architects and that’s visible in its way of expression. I’m happy to announce our next polished LomoArch: gionnired!
  • Summer in Bulgaria: Shumen

    Summer in Bulgaria: Shumen
    This summer I was lucky enough to spend two weeks touring around Bulgaria with three other people in a brand new Chevy! Over the next few articles, I am going to share with you some of my photos from that trip, place by place. Shumen was a town that we took a day trip to from Balchik where we were staying.
  • Architecturally Speaking: Buildings Shot with the Lomo LC-A

    Architecturally Speaking: Buildings Shot with the Lomo LC-A
    The saying goes that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I would imagine that the person who coined these words uttered them in the middle of an argument regarding the standard of aesthetics.
  • Our Lost Memories In Superkilen Urban Park

    Our Lost Memories In Superkilen Urban Park
    A large area of red-orange flooring in geometrical pattern, a black, private meeting yard for sports, a green walkway... this comprises the "Superkilen urban park", a dream land for the public. And where's it located? The metropolitan city of Copenhagen that constantly undergoing transformation and expansion. Won't you vist this space to fathom what it means to have a global home?
  • Anothermountainman - Lanwei Exhibit

    Anothermountainman - Lanwei Exhibit
    anothermountainman's series' investigates aborted structures, unrealized homes, and commodities and reflects on the one's interpretation of the value of things under Capitalism. Through this series we can begin to address the future of the development issue in Asia.
  • Be Little in a Bottle

    Be Little in a Bottle
    Some say "the bigger, the better," but we think the "smaller, the cuter!" If you think snowglobes are adorable, wait til you see the "Tiny World in a Bottle" project by Akinobu Izumi. Using her experience as an architecture model maker, Izumi creates microscopic biomes that fit right into a minuscule vial!
  • Jaipur Tripping on Some Sprocket Rocket Magic

    Jaipur Tripping on Some Sprocket Rocket Magic
    My fleeting visit to the city of Jaipur in pleasant September, and it was a chance for my constant companion of recent times - the Sprocket Rocket, to capture some Lomo magic of Jaipur's historical soul. Truly, Jaipur and the Sprocket Rocket are a match made in heaven!
  • Analogue Cathedral Rumble ended almost 2 years ago

    Analogue Cathedral Rumble
    To celebrate Cologne, the host city of photokina, here's a rumble inspired by the city's most famous landmark: its cathedral. Find out which kind of analogue photos we're looking for after the jump.
  • Just Another LomoArch: Microbio

    Just Another LomoArch: Microbio
    He is a lomographer who loves to experiment and achieve the unusual, a LomoArch bursting with understandable ideals. He has a restless and overwhelmed mind and he is fortunate to work as an architectural photographer. With true delight, I present to you our next exceptional LomoArch: microbio!
  • El Cabanyal: A Former Fishermen's Quarter in Valencia, Spain

    El Cabanyal: A Former Fishermen's Quarter in Valencia, Spain
    First there was a fishermen's village, then there was a spa, and now I say, 'enough is enough, let's declare this place a national heritage site!' Valencia has developed into one of Spain's coolest cities but some of the old areas are under constant threat.