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  • Lomoamigo Sergio Villalba shoots with his Diana F+

    Lomoamigo Sergio Villalba shoots with his Diana F+
    Since we’re in the middle of the summer, we’re going to the sea through Sergio Villalba’s plastic lens, a photographer from the Canary Islands who is specialized in the European surfing scene. Don’t miss the amazing images he has captured with his Diana and what he’s about to tell us.
  • The Self-Portrait Phenomenon

    The Self-Portrait Phenomenon
    We can't deny that the "self-portrait" has been gaining popularity recently. The position of photographer and the subject are blended together. Tseng Kwong-chi (1950-1990), a Chinese artist, is known for his self-portrait series in which he wore the same Chinese tunic and photographed himself infront of famous memorials.
  • September Workshops & Events for Lomography SF ended over 2 years ago

    September Workshops & Events for Lomography SF
    We haven't forgot about you, September! The Lomography Gallery Store has lined up some fantastic workshops and events here in Union Square for the rest of this month.
  • Are These Truly Self-Portraits?

    Are These Truly Self-Portraits?
    Nowadays, cameras are portable so people can easily take them around and then upload them onto social networking websites. Have you ever imagined there could be other types of self-portraits which are surreal and reveal the dark side of people's emotions? Read on to know more!
  • Equip Yourself With Less Equipment!

    Equip Yourself With Less Equipment!
    Imagine that out of the blue you're bestowed with a really simple and basic camera and asked to create the best image ever. What will you think? Impossible? Well of course not, you're a Lomographer, honey! But, an Atlanta-based photographer, Zack Arias, dares to take this challenge!
  • Bringing The Swabian-Alemannic Fastnacht Back

    Bringing The Swabian-Alemannic Fastnacht Back
    You're looking at a photograph. It's a donkey sitting on a chair. No, it's a person, wearing a donkey costume, sitting on a chair. Or is it? Then you flip a page and see another photo. This time you're sure it's a person dressed in a suit covered in pine cones. I'm sure all sorts of imaginations are blooming in your mind by now, but let's clear this one out first.
  • Simon Chang's Analogue Photography Journey – Part 2

    Simon Chang's Analogue Photography Journey – Part 2
    Taiwan/Slovenia ,Nikon F1/LomoKino - The photography MX project brings two vastly different countries together through Simon's click of the shutter. The photos also dynamically documented the growth of his daughter, Sonja.
  • Move Your Arms To Write!

    Move Your Arms To Write!
    Burned out with your experiments with light painting and seeking alternatives? Why not try to draw with other tools, like your arms!
  • In Between Reality And Creativity

    In Between Reality And Creativity
    Tall buildings are rarely observed in Japan due to its geographic location. Have you every imagined there'd be as many high-risers as in New York City one day? With creativity, it is possible to establish a skyscraper filled Japan that people have never seen!
  • Asian Photography Masters: Ihei Kimura, Japan

    Asian Photography Masters: Ihei Kimura, Japan
    Ihei Kimura was a celebrated 20th Century Japanese Realism photographer. The objects in his pictures were commonalities found in his surroundings. Those new to photography often start with things nearby. It helps us practice getting along with our camera. Gradually, we then turn to something more special. But why don't we ever consider going back to basics? Ordinary scenes may look extraordinary through your camera! Not sure how it works? Let's refer to Ihei Kimura's photographs and we may get the answer.
  • A New Form Of Fireworks

    A New Form Of Fireworks
    During a fireworks display, we can hear people acclaiming and see the sky being light up. David Johnson, like other photographers, wants to capture such precious moments with their cameras. But what he did is slightly different to the others. We'll let you in to the show-stopping surprise after the jump!
  • Simon Chang's Analogue Photography Journey – Part 1

    Simon Chang's Analogue Photography Journey – Part 1
    He says: I always believed that photography is not the most important thing. Life is, even more so for the people we treasure.
  • Lomography & I Still Shoot Film Winner Announcement

    Lomography & I Still Shoot Film Winner Announcement
    It's been days and days since the Lomography & I Still Shoot Film Competition ended. Rachel Rebibo had a hard time choosing the top 20 photos to showcase on her blog, but she did it and the people have voted. Read on to see who won the competition!
  • Creativity Is A Poem Underwater

    Creativity Is A Poem Underwater
    Underwater photography seems to be a summer time thing. Happiness and excitement oozes from these shots. But after checking out the works of Simon Harsent, the emotions that surface are amazement and an air of mystery.
  • Multiple Exposures of a Multifaceted City

    Multiple Exposures of a Multifaceted City
    Skyscrapers may be one of Hong Kong's signature sights. With limited land, the only place to build is up. Ajay Malghan, a photographer whose just completed his Master of Fine Arts in Hong Kong, has a series of photographs that present the architecture found in this metropolis.
  • The Many Guises of Cindy Sherman: Sex Pictures (1989 - 1992)

    The Many Guises of Cindy Sherman: Sex Pictures (1989 - 1992)
    To cap our features of Sherman's notable works in film, allow us to share with you what may be some of her last major photos taken using film. Take a look at Sherman's provocative series from the early 90s entitled "Sex Pictures" after the jump!
  • Diana Mini LomoWalk to Queen West Art Crawl ended over 2 years ago

    Diana Mini LomoWalk to Queen West Art Crawl
    Come and experience this incredible festival that celebrates creativity and community. The Queen West Art Crawl cultivates the unique character and spirit of Parkdale and Queen West and brings together artists, art organizations, artist run centres, and businesses!
  • Nudity, A New Way Of Communication?

    Nudity, A New Way Of Communication?
    Seeing people using a tripod to take self-portrait mightn't surprise you. However, if you see a naked man taking pictures of himself, while at the same time doing a single push-up on the street, won't you be shocked? So what drives Ou Zhihang (歐志航) to take pictures in the nude?
  • Get Stylin' With Junk Shop and Lomography ended over 2 years ago

    Get Stylin' With Junk Shop and Lomography
    Lomography Gallery Store Manchester has teamed up with Junk Shop and their School of Junk courses. Their unique Fashion Styling course offers the opportunity to learn key trend forecasting and gain experience in styling models.
  • The Many Guises of Cindy Sherman: 1980 - 1990

    The Many Guises of Cindy Sherman: 1980 - 1990
    If you can't make it to Cindy Sherman's ongoing exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, then read on to see the famed photographer's evolving body of work. During the '80s, Sherman became more exploratory with her self-portrait set-ups, dabbling in horror and history to highlight her ideas of women in society.