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  • Vintage Photo Booth in Firenze

    Vintage Photo Booth in Firenze
    Do you want a wonderful, vintage-looking, souvenir photo from Firenze, Italy? On the corner between Via Nazionale and Piazza della Stazione, there is a little vintage photo booth!
  • LomoMatrix Perugia

    LomoMatrix Perugia
    After some big international cities such as Beijing, Berlin, São Paulo and London, we thought it was time for an Italian LomoMatrix!
  • Magnum on Set

    Magnum on Set
    Until the 25th September 2011, the Italian National Cinema Museum in Turin presents the exhibition MAGNUM ON SET: Film as Seen by Great Photographers. Here, 146 photographs take the visitor on a voyage that explores the history of the special relationship that the photographers from the greatest agency in the world had with film; a relationship which began at the end of the Second World War.
  • 3M Color Slide (35mm, 100 ISO)

    3M Color Slide (35mm, 100 ISO)
    An old slide film produced in Italy. This film expired more than 25 years ago. Result: a dream.
  • Ars Imago Fotografia presents Pinhole Days

    Ars Imago Fotografia presents Pinhole Days
    This year Pinhole Day is on 24th of April, so many analogue photography lovers all over the world celebrate this important event in their own special way. One of them is Associazione Culturale Ars Imago Fotografia who has made Rome the center of pinhole photography organizing a 9 day event of pinhole madness!
  • Hump Day DIY with Satomi at the Lomography Gallery Store LA – Postcards to Italy! ended almost 3 years ago

    Hump Day DIY with Satomi at the Lomography Gallery Store LA – Postcards to Italy!
    Want to make a new friend from across the Atlantic? Let us set you up with your very own Italian pen pal! Just bring in your favorite Lomograph and we will show you how to turn it into an awesome Lomo postcard that we’ll send away to our Lomography counterparts in Milan. No knowledge of Italian needed since a picture is worth a thousand words!
  • Santa Maria dei Fiori: Great Views, Great Shots

    Santa Maria dei Fiori: Great Views, Great Shots
    The city of Florence is filled with Renaissance architecture to whet the appetite of any analogue photographer. The pièce de résistance is the Duomo, and the focus of the centro storico.
  • Fango Crew and FishEye #2 for Drome magazine!

    Fango Crew and FishEye #2 for Drome magazine!
    We were looking for an original point of view, someone who could find out an original shelter for the cover of the compentition that Lomography launches with Drome Magazine. We found them, with a Fisheye#2 in their hands, they made us smile and understand that, in the end, even the shelter is a matter of creativity... Some of their answers to our questions just after the break...
  • Lomography Italy Needs a Sales Account Manager!

    Lomography Italy Needs a Sales Account Manager!
    Lomography is currently opening its doors all over the world - and our next stop is Italy! If you are passionate about Lomography and sales is your forte, then maybe you'd like to join our team?
  • The Tower of San Nicolò all'Albergheria and its View

    The Tower of San Nicolò all'Albergheria and its View
    Formerly a medieval vigil tower built in the 13th century, it was turned into a belfry tower of the Church of San Nicolò all'Albergheria in the 16th century. It stands in the district of Albergheria and is surrounded by the open air market of Ballarò. It is now a very nice place to enjoy a beautiful view of the city of Palermo.
  • Ektar 100: Pricey pro-grade negative film

    Ektar 100: Pricey pro-grade negative film
    Kodak showed its commitment to film photography when it released a new professional grade negative film, Ektar 100, in 2008. This came at a time when other film makers are cutting back or had stopped film production entirely. So, how good is this film?
  • Palermo, the City Where I Live

    Palermo, the City Where I Live
    Palermo is a historic city situated on the north west coast of Sicily. The city was founded 2,700 years ago by the Phoenicians and by this time, its name has changed several times as well as its rulers. If you like food, hot climate, mess, and exotic places, this city is the perfect place for you.
  • The Capuchin Catacombs in Palermo, Sicily

    The Capuchin Catacombs in Palermo, Sicily
    If you go to Sicily you can't miss the capuchin catacombs of Palermo, something that confirms the ghoulish side of this city. A cemetery that contains 8000 mummies, lined upon walls, lying or standing, skeletons, and perfectly preserved bodies. It was active until 1920, when the last body was interred. And hooray! This is actually my first Lomo location in Sicily
  • Going to Eat Horse Meat in Catania, Italy

    Going to Eat Horse Meat in Catania, Italy
    Last Saturday I went to Catania. We got there to buy some reptiles but the main purpose was actually to go and eat horse meat. It was a long way, I live in Palermo which is at the northern coast of Sicily and Catania is at the far east side of this island, but in some ways it was worth it.
  • (Requested Location: St. Valentine – Rome) My Roman Holiday!

    (Requested Location: St. Valentine – Rome) My Roman Holiday!
    During my recent Roman Holiday, I visited some of the world-famous landmarks in Rome. These three landmarks are featured in the 1953 Paramount film "Roman Holiday" starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Read on to find out what they are!
  • Roma: Exploring the Beaten Path

    Roma: Exploring the Beaten Path
    Perhaps I am a bit snobby in my selection of place. Too snobby for my own good. I desire off-beaten paths in less visited stretches of the planet with few conveniences. Urban madness, smog and city life are too familiar for me. I've lived in cities and in towns.
  • Lingueglietta, a Small Ligurian Paradise

    Lingueglietta, a Small Ligurian Paradise
    The region of Liguria is probably one of the most beautiful regions in Italy. Combined with the fact that the French border (and the Côte d'Azur) is really close, Liguria, with its clean waters, friendly people, and gorgeous pizza places is a beautiful place to spend holidays at. Lingueglietta, voted as one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, is a typical Ligurian village, well-hidden in the Ligurian Hills which smells of rosemary and olive trees.
  • Tra I Canali Della Bella Venezia

    Tra I Canali Della Bella Venezia
    Venezia - La Città dei Ponti - La Città dell'Acqua - La Città degli Amanti - La Città dei Canali - Venice Many different ways to designate one of the most fascinating cities in Europe (and probably in the world). For one whole year, I had the opportunity to live in "undoubtedly the most beautiful city built by man" as once described by the New York Times.
  • Fall in Love with Venice

    Fall in Love with Venice
    There really is nowhere else quite like Venice. It is a place where history and romance are mixed together perfectly. Here, you can listen to breathtaking stories, meet amazing people, and feel like you are in a different world.
  • Lomography Gallery Store - Grand Opening - Milano

    Lomography Gallery Store - Grand Opening - Milano
    Lomography Gallery Store Milan Grand Opening - A place for lomographers and more. We had such a great time and we want to share it with you...