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  • A Passion for Instant Pictures

    A Passion for Instant Pictures
    Although having grown up in a time when film photography was the norm, working with instant pictures was something special for me. Today it is even more special, as this analogue form of photography has been my companion for almost twenty years.
  • Fusion of Passions: Work, Play, and Analogue Luvin'

    Fusion of Passions: Work, Play, and Analogue Luvin'
    There's much goodness and happiness when my objects of desire collide. It's like eating Ben & Jerry's strawberry cheesecake ice cream on a Sunday afternoon.
  • Object of My Affection: Walking

    Object of My Affection: Walking
    You know how they always say that you don't know what you have until you lose it? Well, I do. Since I tore my ACL even walking has been a struggle.
  • Picture This: Passion: Shooting Around My Hometown of Bandung, Indonesia

    Picture This: Passion: Shooting Around My Hometown of Bandung, Indonesia
    One should know about his hometown first and make it a subject of their photographs before going to faraway places.
  • Peer through the lens and see the man who tours America to save analogue photography

    Peer through the lens and see the man who tours America to save analogue photography
    Passion can only take you so far but Anton Orlov made sure it took him to places he really wanted to be in.
  • Rediscovering Magic: Why I Shoot Lights at Night by Toby Lockerbie

    Rediscovering Magic: Why I Shoot Lights at Night by Toby Lockerbie
    A wise man named Confucius once said that if you do what you love for a living, then you’ll never work a day in your life. London-based photographer and cinematographer Toby Lockerbie thinks otherwise.
  • The Collector: One Man’s Love Affair With Cameras

    The Collector: One Man’s Love Affair With Cameras
    While browsing for lenses in the stores along Long Street in Cape Town, the people from Green Renaissance, a film production and media agency, met a man called The Collector and were fortunate enough to get a sneak peak of his impressive camera collection.
  • Papermade Diana F+

    Papermade Diana F+
    Paper filigree. I don't think many of you know what is it, except people with art degree. But, why don't we try to make a camera in such a way?
  • 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.
  • Benja Harney's Paper Passion

    Benja Harney's Paper Passion
    We've all played around with paper when we were young. We folded them, colored them and even glued them together. Some people even take it to the next level and make origami. But Benja Harney has taken paper art into an even higher level. He is someone we can call a paper engineer.
  • Lose Yourself Rumble ended over 2 years ago

    Lose Yourself Rumble
    It's great to get lost in something; a book, hobby, passion, sport, you name it and you can easily find yourself running around in the things you love. And that's exactly what we want you to do with this rumble! After part one - A Facebook Giveaway, it is now time for the follow up. Enter it with your pictures and maybe you'll be featured in Lost & Found magazine!
  • Frida Kahlo: Self-Portraits of Pain and Passion

    Frida Kahlo: Self-Portraits of Pain and Passion
    With the Magazine placing the spotlight on self-portraits this month, we simply cannot ignore the spectacular works of Frida Kahlo, the renowned Mexican painter celebrated for her soulful self-portraits. Learn more about the artist and view some of her works after the jump.
  • LomoPeople Malaysia: Johann_affendy

    LomoPeople Malaysia: Johann_affendy
    Let us welcome Johann Affendy Mahfoor, one of Malaysia’s famous lomographers who took the lomography world by storm with his collection of gig photos! Finding out that listening to his beloved heavy music is not enough, he seized the opportunity to see the band performing live on stage while he photographed them using his 35mm film cameras.
  • LomoPeople Malaysia: Bulletofmine

    LomoPeople Malaysia: Bulletofmine
    He started to click the analogue shutter in the year of 2007 and he never looked back. His love towards analogue photography will never stop and, now, he is one of the most noticeable faces among the true Lomographers in Malaysia.
  • Coffee Circus

    Coffee Circus
    Coffee Circus is a place for coffee aficionados and healthy food lovers.
  • Music On Film

    Music On Film
    To re-live a moment through a fixed image - This is the principle of photography. But when you experience the moment through music or a perpetual movement, the game gets more complicated. Your imagination and your passion for the music breathes life into the photos you create – What you capture on film turn these fractions of seconds into a melody as real as the musical notes you listen too....Your film is your partition!
  • LomoPeople: Jared Elizares

    LomoPeople: Jared Elizares
    Every photographer needs a peer to bounce ideas of. Somebody to inspire them, drive them and kick them in the ass and back them better behind the lens. Jared is that guy. That's why he's one of my LomoPeople.
  • Moments

    Moments
    I love photos that capture a moment in time, those un-staged, un-posed windows into a split second in history where people are being truly themselves. Instances of pure passion, pure honesty, undistorted and captured forever in a single frame. This is why Lomography and its analogue lifestyle inspires me. Digital photography can be monitored, edited, deleted - analogue is burnt into the film and is truly frozen forever in time.
  • Indie Life in Full Color

    Indie Life in Full Color
    If you're like me, which I assume you are since you've made it this far on the internet, you love some aspect of photography if not simply snapping away at everything around you. For me I love cameras, I love looking at cameras I love planning what camera to buy next, I love learning about all the thousands (or maybe just hundreds) of different types of cameras that are out there. Loving something like that is never enough, you have to share it with the world, at least I think so.
  • Word of the Month: February Rumble Winners Announcement

    Word of the Month: February Rumble Winners Announcement
    The month of love and passion has passed us by and we're going to dole out much deserved Piggies from our Word of the Month Rumble! Here they are!