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  • The November Event Calendar of Lomography the Netherlands

    The November Event Calendar of Lomography the Netherlands
    Tadaaa, there he is! The November event calendar of the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam. Read on for more details about all workshops and events hold by the Dutch Lomography team.
  • Visiting the Rotterdam Zoo with a Fisheye

    Visiting the Rotterdam Zoo with a Fisheye
    At a ten-minute walk from Rotterdam Central Station (or a ten-minute bike ride from my home) is Rotterdam Zoo (Dutch name: Diergaarde Blijdorp). For me it's a bit of nostalgia, but this is also one of the most beautiful zoos in Europe. The enclosures are spacious and green, there are almost no fences (especially ditches) and the amount of animals is enormous.
  • Falling for Fall: House Doorn

    Falling for Fall: House Doorn
    In the province of Utrecht there is a little town called Doorn. In this town, there is an extraordinary castle named ‘House Doorn’. My boyfriend grew up in this area and I had never been there. On one of the first autumn days this year he decided to show me around the Doorn estate.
  • A Not-So Pirate Life

    A Not-So Pirate Life
    Since my boyfriend is a huge sailing fanatic, and I enjoy lounging around on boats, we decided to do one more boating session before he moves to the USA. His dad, a sailing mate, brother, and brother's girlfriend joined us and it was a great sunny day on the water!
  • Analogue Arrangement: How I Save My Negatives

    Analogue Arrangement: How I Save My Negatives
    After shooting 10 rolls worth of pictures, I discovered that it's not that practical to have all those plastic sheets with negatives lounging around. I wanted to scan some negatives again and had to fight myself through a jungle of images to find out which group they were in. And it's always the one you check last...
  • Get Ready...

    Get Ready...
    If you were there, you might have bounced on two funny guys pointing a massive movie camera right in your face. Please meet upcoming amigos Sjaak&Nout - they documented the entire Grand Opening Party of the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam! While the editing of this real Sjaak&Nout-Movie has started, we managed to get a sneak preview. Ready? Steady? GO!
  • The dust has settled in the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam

    The dust has settled in the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam
    What a party, what an opening, what a cake and what a lovely great people that joined the Grand Opening of the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam! It was a blast. Now it's about time to enjoy the very first party pictures and look back at an amazing start of a new Dutch Lomography era. Ready, steady? GO!
  • The Party is ON!

    The Party is ON!
    Press contacts, Lomographers and our neighbors of course - they all dropped by at our Grand Opening Party of the Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam! Check out the live updates in this article :)
  • De Gaasperplas, A Hidden Paradise

    De Gaasperplas, A Hidden Paradise
    Hidden at the end of Amsterdam Zuidoost (yes, the infamous Bijlmer area) there is a little man-made lake called the Gaasperplas. It's a tiny paradise, perfect for relaxing with friends when the summer sun shines!
  • The Finishing Touch

    The Finishing Touch
    After months of sweat and hard work, the time has come! The cameras are on their spots, the glass is put, so the paper can be removed from the windows. The Lomography Gallery Store is finished!
  • Click Away - Double Exposures for Dummies

    Click Away - Double Exposures for Dummies
    I tend to forget that Holga has more potential than just creating dreamy photos with dark vignetting. Sometimes I really have to remind myself to click again though afraid to ruin a picture. But, when you have a plan, you can at least learn from your mistakes and have a creative shot!
  • Tutorial: How I Roll - A Practical Way of Carrying Films

    Tutorial: How I Roll - A Practical Way of Carrying Films
    I have my film rolls sorted neatly inside my refrigerator but as soon as I go outside to shoot, whether on a whole day or on a weekend, I usually take extra films with me. In minutes, the film's order just turns into a total chaos, not to mention the loose rolls inside my bag. Don't you get annoyed when this happens? I finally found a simple remedy for this. Read on.
  • Scary Little Czech Bone Church

    Scary Little Czech Bone Church
    Accompanied by my best friend, the Diana Mini and a new roll of Lady Grey I've been a total tourist this 'summer' in the Czech Republic. One of the most impressive things we've seen was a cemetery in the little town of Kutná Hora, 70km from Prague. I think the Czech love churches anyway, I've seen at least one in every little town we've passed through. But the bone church of Sedlec is extraordinary.
  • Grand Opening Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam ended about 3 years ago

    Grand Opening Lomography Gallery Store Amsterdam
    Oh yeah baby, this is the moment you and we all have been waiting for. Excitement all over the place. Rampapam....the Grand Opening party of the Lomography Gallery Store in Amsterdam! Read on to find out all the details, party facts and most important - make sure you'll be there!
  • Under the Needle: Permanent Lomography Love

    Under the Needle: Permanent Lomography Love
    Swallows, stars, anchors, a heart with the name of your love: they're all well known tattoos. But what if you're love isn't a person, but a camera?
  • My Crazy Experiment Rumble Winners Announcement

    My Crazy Experiment Rumble Winners Announcement
    A serious rumble has ended. You all had nearly 3 months time to go crazy with your own experiments. The wicked documentations of these crazy tipsters arrived one by one and right now it's time to announce the big winner + 2 runners up. Together with GUP magazine we've pondered over the submissions. Wanna know who have won? Read on!
  • Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400 35mm: The Classical Lady

    Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400 35mm: The Classical Lady
    The moment I accumulated enough money to order a Ringflash I saw that Lomography had come out with two new types of film for the 35mm cameras: Lady and Earl Grey. I absolutely adore B&W photography and I was on a mission to find a good and affordable roll of film that can handle 400ISO. Lady Grey succeeds in every way.
  • Typically Dutch: HEMA 400 CN 35mm Film

    Typically Dutch: HEMA 400 CN 35mm Film
    There is one thing I remember quite vividly from my childhood: Saturday afternoons in which my mom and I picked up our printed photographs at the local HEMA. As soon as my Diana CMYK arrived, the first thing I did was return to that trust old HEMA to, they should still sell film there right?
  • The Lloydkwartier is Buzzing!

    The Lloydkwartier is Buzzing!
    Rotterdam is vibrant! With Lloydkwartier, old sits next to new, stone next to green, with a mix of water, serenity and people. A perfect place for lomographers!
  • Dutch Record Stores - #3 Second Life Music, Amsterdam

    Dutch Record Stores - #3 Second Life Music, Amsterdam
    Second Life Music is the third store I’ve covered for my Lomography record store series. It’s located at the Prince’s Canal and owned by sixties lover Chris. Next to music from this era, he sells almost every other genre and record players. Both tourists and regulars often stop by for a chat and some music.