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  • Locations Feature of the Week

    Locations Feature of the Week
    With the myriad of locations articles being sent in about Paris - usually featuring the same places article after article, our Locations Feature of the Week proved to be a very pleasant surprise!
  • Musée de l'Orangerie: the Museum of Impressionists

    Musée de l'Orangerie: the Museum of Impressionists
    Simply must visit when in Paris! Although I've been to Paris a few times, I never managed to visit the Louvre. I went there, took numerous pictures of the Pyramids but never dared to queue for the tickets.
  • Printemps, Paris: the Best Department Store Ever

    Printemps, Paris: the Best Department Store Ever
    On a particular trip to Paris, I decided to "drink less and do more culture", as well as try and not to spend too much money as what usually happens.
  • Brunch in Paris: Eat Bio at Merce and the Muse

    Brunch in Paris: Eat Bio at Merce and the Muse
    Merce and the Muse is a small American coffee shop in the area of République and Le Marais in Paris, which serves an excellent brunch on Sundays with mostly bio and homemade food. Want to eat well and travel from the Parisian way of life? Then go to Merce and the Muse!
  • Basking in the Romanticism that is Paris

    Basking in the Romanticism that is Paris
    Exploring the French capital through the lens of a Diana Mini, using the x Tungsten film. The outcome was a palette of flirty pinks and muted pastels. Emphasizing on the beauty and eternity of Parisian architecture contradicted by the fleeting nature of street art appearing on any blank canvas. A whimsical romance with the city of love. Delving into the centre of what makes Paris magical.
  • Picnic at the Eiffel Tower

    Picnic at the Eiffel Tower
    Here I am having a great time at a picnic at the Eiffel Tower. One activity that I recommend to all those who are going to Paris, have a picnic at the Eiffel Tower! During the three days I spent there, of all the places I visited, this was one of the places that I had most fun in!
  • When the La Sardina Went to Disneyland Paris

    When the La Sardina Went to Disneyland Paris
    A long time ago, I fell in love with La Sardina cameras, especially the Seoul Edition. I couldn't resist the way you can customize it and make it your own. And let's face it, La Sardina cameras are very loveable and irresistible. So I just went for it and bought one then took it to Disneyland to test it. Read on about my experience.
  • My Little Adventure in Paris

    My Little Adventure in Paris
    It is not surprising that when people travel to a new place, they do not know where to focus their sights on as there are just too many things to see that it's like living in a dream! In Paris, my eyes were fully excited by all the different incredible and wonderful adventures, every discovery cute and artistic, that are really unforgettable!
  • Castel Béranger or Castel Dérangé?

    Castel Béranger or Castel Dérangé?
    One of the most famous and “nicest” buildings designed by Hector Guimard is the Castel Béranger at 14 rue La Fontaine. It’s a beautiful example of Art Nouveau style. One of my favorite things while living in the 16th arrondissement of Paris was to take architectural visits of the quartier, as I discovered that Hector Guimard, an architect famous for his Art Nouveau creations, including one of the different metro entrances in Paris, designed many buildings in the area.
  • A Pigale-Montmartre Visit!

    A Pigale-Montmartre Visit!
    Paris can be a lot of things: romantic, funny, awesome, and glamorous but Pigale can be electric! The Moulin Rouge, the Erotic Museum, and some sex toys stores mark this place. Take a few more steps, leave Pigale behind, climb the hill, and find Montmartre and the Sacre Couer Church!
  • Discover the Musée de la Vie Romantique with Lomography Fisheye Camera

    Discover the Musée de la Vie Romantique with Lomography Fisheye Camera
    The Musée de la Vie Romantique or The Museum of Romantic Life, stands at the foot of Montmartre Hill in the IXe arrondissement, 16 rue Chaptal, Paris, France. It’s a small museum hidden in a quartier called Nouvelle Athènes famous for all the romantic writers, musicians, actors and painters that formed the elite of the Romantic mouvement in the 19 century.
  • Kodak T-Max 400: A Fun Friend and a Savior!

    Kodak T-Max 400: A Fun Friend and a Savior!
    It's black, It's white, fast enough with it's ISO 400 and it gets on our pocket forever. It shows smooth ambience images, not much grain, pretty nice contrasts and I start to think that I'm building a strong relation with this my new friend.
  • The Paris I Love

    The Paris I Love
    Everybody has once thought about going to Paris, walking on its streets, sitting at the gardens or at the famous bistrots and, of course, taking a tour of the Eiffel Tower. I've been dreaming about Paris for a long time, and how amazing would it be to live there? A friend of mine calls it: the ancient capital of the modern world. I worked my way to Paris and finally got the opportunity to come and study here. Now, after 8 months, I can say that there is no place on Earth like it, this city makes everyone different.
  • Affordable Lomography with the Recesky TLR Camera!

    Affordable Lomography with the Recesky TLR Camera!
    I'm a Lomo lover who always had a problem with the price. It is true that digital cameras are expensive, but in the long term they become very cheap, since you don't need to buy film or develop it. Nowadays, this is not a problem anymore. Get to know what I think about the Recesky TLR camera after the jump!
  • Flashbacks on Film: Picasso and the Loaves

    Flashbacks on Film: Picasso and the Loaves
    Robert Doisneau was a French photographer who documented everyday activities of the people in Paris. He was also known as one of the pioneers in photojournalism. One of the most popular photos that he took was of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
  • Locations Feature of the Week

    Locations Feature of the Week
    Popularly-written-about-locations can be exciting again so long as you have the eye to present it in a fresh, new light, just like what the author of our Locations Feature of the Week did!
  • UK CitySlicker Stephanie: An Insight into Fashion in Tunbridge Wells

    UK CitySlicker Stephanie: An Insight into Fashion in Tunbridge Wells
    Walking the streets of Tunbridge Wells, trying to get a sense of the fashion scene it certainly doesn’t take a genius to know this town isn’t comparable to the decadent streets of Paris, however if it's the big names on the high street that tickle your fashion fancy or a peruse in a top notch boutique, RTW might be just the place for you.
  • Spotted: Sprocket Rocket & Diana F+ in L'Oreal Ad

    Spotted: Sprocket Rocket & Diana F+ in L'Oreal Ad
    Color Riche Le Vernis is the hot new nail polish collection from L'Oreal Paris, a 48-shade palette that will make any woman want to play with colors. In the video, supermodels are seen wearing the pretty paints while stylishly shooting with a blue Sprocket Rocket and pink Diana F+. Très chic!
  • Vintage Street Scenes from Around the World

    Vintage Street Scenes from Around the World
    Through the decades, generations of photographers across the globe have been taking their cameras to the streets, making street photography one of the most prevalent themes today. With this in mind, Lomography has come up with the retro-styled La Sardina Splendour perfect for street snapping! Let's get inspired with some interesting street scenes around the world, as snapped by LIFE photographers of yesteryears!
  • Paris in Beautiful Black and White: Walking Around

    Paris in Beautiful Black and White: Walking Around
    Paris is easily one of my favorite places to visit and as well as having amazing landmarks and attractions, there is also so much to see just by walking around the streets and taking everything in.