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  • Perfect Combination: Olympus OM4 and Fuji Neopan 400

    Perfect Combination: Olympus OM4 and Fuji Neopan 400
    I'm an absolute fan of both my precious Olympus OM4 SLR camera and the Fuji Neopan 400 black and white emulsion. Learn why they become my perfect combination for photography in this post!.
  • The Black Screen Technique for Doubles

    The Black Screen Technique for Doubles
    We all know about blue screen method used for filming and photography to get different subjects in one picture, for example a person on a certain background. This method can be used not only digitally but also in analogue photography. I have no name for it so decided to I call it Black Screen Technique.
  • My Analogue Resolutions This 2013

    My Analogue Resolutions This 2013
    Again, it's the first month of another year. There are too many analogue tasks waiting for me this 2013. My mind has been filled with lots of analogue ideas and dreams since last year. Thus, I wish I will be able to do it well. Below are my top 10 analogue resolutions for 2013.
  • 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.
  • Holiday Portraits Rumble Winner Announcement

    Holiday Portraits Rumble Winner Announcement
    Us Lomographers really don't need any fancy occasion to shoot portraits, but during the holidays, these snapshots tend to look extra special and more personal. For proof, here are the winners of the Holiday Portraits Rumble!
  • 2.1 Million Black Dots: Painting an Unknown Man

    2.1 Million Black Dots: Painting an Unknown Man
    There are two reasons that make this story truly remarkable. It revolves around a man who has lost his identity and has been trying to find out who he is for the past eight years. It also includes an artist trying to help him who has created a portrait of the man using single black dots only.
  • Searching for Twin Photos Part V

    Searching for Twin Photos Part V
    Hello my friends. At least I can show you the fifth issue of my particular search for twin photos of mine in the huge world of Lomography.
  • Just Wanna Get Close To You...With The LC-WIde

    Just Wanna Get Close To You...With The LC-WIde
    I was engaging in my routine "stumble upon" of LomoHomes and Lomographs and happened upon a bunch of awesome portraits taken with the LC-Wide, which is of course the ultimate portrait snapper owing to its super wide-angle lens and close focus zone. I felt as though I was being stared right at - a case of the observer becoming the observed! Here's a collection of my favorite portraits (either people, animal, or a mythological hybrid of the two) found in and among your LomoHomes.
  • My Best Friend is a Skeleton!

    My Best Friend is a Skeleton!
    When I have to test a new camera or when I'm bored, I take pictures at home. My friend Rudolph is a skeleton and is my favorite subject when doing this!
  • Holiday Portraits Rumble ended almost 2 years ago

    Holiday Portraits Rumble
    There's really no lack of reason to shoot pretty portraits any given day of the week but like everything else, things just seem better and more colorful during the holidays. Wouldn't you agree?
  • Tutorial How to Minimize Glow Effect on Lucky SHD 100 film

    Tutorial How to Minimize Glow Effect on Lucky SHD 100 film
    Do you like the glowing effect on Lucky SHD 100 film? it is dependent on your taste though, but for some of us it looks weird, especially when you take a portrait. I am one of them. The basic problem of the glowing effect on Lucky SHD 100 film is, the fact that this film doesn't have anti-halation layer, because of this, sometimes our pictures show flares or a glow, even intended to be overexposed. But do not be worried, this problem can be solved.
  • Shooting Fisheye without a Fisheye Camera?

    Shooting Fisheye without a Fisheye Camera?
    You want to shoot Fisheye photos just like everyone else, but you have a problem - You don't actually own a Fisheye camera or have the money to buy one. Don't worry my little monkey, help is at hand! Just read ahead for a simple and cheap alternative!
  • Face Time WIth The Diana Baby 110

    Face Time WIth The Diana Baby 110
    When we say that this is a small camera that can shoot big photos, we're not making it up! Checkout the gallery of portraits shot with the new Diana Baby 110 below and see it for yourself!
  • US CitySlicker David: Taking Pictures of Really Strange People at COMIC CON

    US CitySlicker David: Taking Pictures of Really Strange People at COMIC CON
    Superman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Batman, Darth Vader, Power Rangers, Hobbits, Elves, Zombies... YES that's COMIC CON in San Diego. It's the perfect time and place to lose your shyness when asking strangers for a picture.
  • Hitchcockian Triples

    Hitchcockian Triples
    In a career span of more than half a century, and with more than fifty feature films including Psycho, Rear Window, North by Northwest, Vertigo and Dial M for Murder under his belt, legendary director and producer Alfred Hitchcock remains to be the greatest British filmmaker of modern cinema.
  • Tips on Flower Doubles

    Tips on Flower Doubles
    Multiple exposures are a perfect way how to experiment, be creative and sometimes even make your time you spend with your camera more interesting and adventurous. And because it’s a season when you may find flowers everywhere, let’s have some double-flower-fun!
  • Wine Stain Art by Amelia Fais Harnas

    Wine Stain Art by Amelia Fais Harnas
    We all like having a good drink, but to a New York-based artist, wine is good for more than just that. Take a look at some interesting and inebriated portraits painted using the intoxicating drink after the jump!
  • Opposite Sides of Me LC-A+ Workshop ended over 2 years ago

    Opposite Sides of Me LC-A+ Workshop
    Silent and shy in school but fun and outgoing outside of it: we tend not to show our true selves when we’re in school and when we’re out of school. With the Splitzer on the LC-A+, unleash your two different personalities in one photograph; one when you’re in school uniform and the other when you’re not! Come in pairs for this one!
  • You and Your Camera in Analogue

    You and Your Camera in Analogue
    Let's admit it, we can't help but snap a photo of ourselves once we get hold of a camera and a beautiful setting. And in an instant, we got ourselves a pretty neat self-portrait!
  • Don't Talk to Strangers: Something Old and Something New

    Don't Talk to Strangers: Something Old and Something New
    In which our hero embarks on a journey into the vast unknown with you, dear reader. See through his lens and meet the strangers he meets. Or, in some cases he doesn't meet; he just awkwardly takes the photo and walks away. In this installment