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  • Budapest Embassy Store

    Budapest Embassy Store
    The Budapest Embassy Store is located at downtown Budapest, where most of the clubs, restaurants, pubs, and cafes can also be found.
  • Lomography Johannesburg Moves to Kameraz in Rosebank

    Lomography Johannesburg Moves to Kameraz in Rosebank
    Lomography Johannesburg has found an exciting new home inside the Kameraz in Rosebank. We supply the same range of exciting Lomography products and analogue gadgets along with the same great service and attitude.
  • Exposure Gallery, Cape Town

    Exposure Gallery, Cape Town
    Exposure Gallery is a photography concept store that prides itself for being a platform for photography inspirational products, cutting edge photographers, and avant-garde photography concepts. Retail items available at Exposure Gallery include inspirational photography books, original photographic art, and Lomography cameras.
  • Funkie House in The Hague, The Netherlands

    Funkie House in The Hague, The Netherlands
    Funkie House in the Hague is a small store 'packed with goodness!' Compared to their store in Rotterdam this is a small boutique, but still they have a very impressive inventory. It must be the most cozy store in town!
  • Lomography Embassy Store Bratislava

    Lomography Embassy Store Bratislava
    Bratislava Lomography Embassy has gone a long way, going through many changes since 2009 but keeping it analogue all the time. Even a fire couldn't stop it!
  • Forest City Image Centre London, Ontario, Canada

    Forest City Image Centre London, Ontario, Canada
    Located in the lower-lever University Community Centre Mall, Campus Photo is your one-stop image destination on the Western University Campus. As London's last independent photographic supplier, Forest City Image Centre is committed to offering quality photographic product backed by decades of professional experience and a PASSION for Photography!
  • PhotoSynthesis Art Center in Sofia, Bulgaria

    PhotoSynthesis Art Center in Sofia, Bulgaria
    PhotoSynthesis Art Center is Bulgaria's largest retailer of photographic equipment. The core part of company's social activities is the popularization of photography in Bulgaria. In the past few years they have successfully organized a great deal of exhibitions and other photography-related events, courses, workshops, etc.
  • Lomography Embassy Store Istanbul

    Lomography Embassy Store Istanbul
    Since it opened it's doors in March 2012, Lomography Embassy Store Istanbul has been the center for all Lomography enthusiasts. With our growing number of workshops and events, we are reaching out to all photography lovers.
  • Comme Il Faut, Tel-Aviv

    Comme Il Faut, Tel-Aviv
    Comme Il Faut is Israel's highest-end independent womenswear chain and was launched in 1988 by two friends, Carol Godin and Sybil Goldfinger. Today the company employs 60 women and 4 men. Bait Banamal - or ‘house in the harbor’ - is a retail, gallery, and culinary space in Tel Aviv, Israel, developed by ‘Comme Il Faut’. Just a few years old, the project includes a cafe, restaurant, and eight different retail shops, including ‘Comme Il Faut’ - all in an architecturally inspired space crafted from wood, metal, and glass.
  • Photographique, Bristol

    Photographique, Bristol
    Photographique opened in early 2008 with the aim of providing photographic laboratory services in a stimulating and inspirational environment. Photographique has always had photography at its heart. The entire team is composed of keen photographers so we are very much a business run by photographers for photographers, offering a stunning range of top quality laboratory services nationally.
  • Mad Hatter, Jersey

    Mad Hatter, Jersey
    With a nod to beach culture and the famous La Rocco Tower (check out the logo), Madhatter’s roots are firmly related to the Island of Jersey. The shop and everything about it is unique in its own right – you’ll notice various photos and artefacts that draw in the heritage of surfing into the shop - a homage to the Wilko’s obsession with surfing and beach culture. With a retro throwback to the interior design and a collection of some of the most influential brands in surfing, Madhatter is here to stay.
  • Plazmalab, Tel-Aviv

    Plazmalab, Tel-Aviv
    Plazmalab is a digital design fashion studio. We create our own unique clothing style and design. It is all originally created, sewn and prototyped in our laboratory. The prints are original artworks made by amazing in-house artists and various international talents. Plazmalab specializes in digital design and futuristic styling. We mix urban and digital culture to thread our own style of high quality clothing that is both comfortable and cutting edge. Every t-shirt print has been crafted in our studio and is an original artwork inspired from the things we love.
  • Migo - A Friendly Lab, Santiago, Chile

    Migo - A Friendly Lab, Santiago, Chile
    Migo is a photo lab and store which promotes analogue photography. We offer a flexible and comfortable service for pretty much any development process and print you wish. From 35mm film to Instagram!
  • Lomography Embassy Store, Santiago

    Lomography Embassy Store, Santiago
    The first Lomography Embassy store in Latin America was opened in 2008. The aim is to show the world of Lomography to the people in Chile, act as a meeting point, make people get to know the colorful world of our cameras, and talk about any question a Lomographer could have.
  • Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool

    Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
    Founded in 1977, Open Eye is an independent non-profit photography gallery based in Liverpool. Open Eye has consistently championed photography as an art form that is relevant to everyone. We promote the practice, enjoyment, and understanding of photography by creating challenging and entertaining opportunities to experience and appreciate distinctive, innovative photographs.
  • A Shop or a Museum: A Vida Portuguesa

    A Shop or a Museum: A Vida Portuguesa
    While visiting Lisbon, in October last year, I discovered a very peculiar shop. When you enter it you feel like travelling back in time…it’s like a time tunnel. A Vida Portuguesa is one of the country’s most interesting souvenir and vintage shops, a place where you can find everything from intact reproductions of religious images to vintage bicycles. It’s almost like an antique shop!
  • Photo Treyman: A Favorite Place For Film Lovers In Sofia, Bulgaria

    Photo Treyman: A Favorite Place For Film Lovers In Sofia, Bulgaria
    A small and cozy shop in the center of Sofia, Photo Treyman, is a favorite place for photographers, especially for film lovers. Classic black and white photography, manual development processes, and old cameras are highly valued here. A picture of the month will await you in a humble little photo gallery, so don't be afraid to come in and take a look. Workshops, courses, and various kinds of exhibitions from the world of analogue and digital photography are conducted in the basement of the shop.
  • Vaso Di Pandora (Lucca, Italy)

    Vaso Di Pandora (Lucca, Italy)
    Vaso di Pandorra is a concept store in which you can find furniture and forgotten artifacts. Owners worked on re-styling it, maintaining the original taste. The vintage clothing will always have an important role, because mixing the old with the new style is the way to create uniqueness in this unimaginative world.
  • The Aviary (Seattle, Washington)

    The Aviary (Seattle, Washington)
    The Aviary is a creativity store, founded to enable encourage and inspire personal creative expression. The Lomography product line is a perfect fit for this mission as it encourages the capturing of life experience and visceral artistic expression.
  • Zoing Image (Brighton, United Kingdom)

    Zoing Image (Brighton, United Kingdom)
    Tucked away in the lanes of Brighton is one of the best analogue photography shops in the world. The man hiding behind Zoing Image is better known as Serge Rolland. Along with getting some fish and chips and buying a stick of rock with your name on this is a necessary stop off for any lomographer visiting the seaside.