Articles

  • Canada Day in the Wilderness

    written by befaster on 2012-07-02
    Canada Day in the Wilderness

    Lomographers are deservedly well-known as the life of the party, the street-smart shooters, and urban adventurers, but this Canada Day I’m heading north and isolating myself in the small town of Campbell River. No people, no noise, just me, the ocean, and nature. Do you bring your cameras into the wilderness? See some of my earlier wild attempts after the jump.

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  • Discovering the Hidden Treasures of Victoria's Chinatown

    written by befaster on 2012-06-20
    Discovering the Hidden Treasures of Victoria's Chinatown

    Victoria's Chinatown district is a mix of old traditions and new style. Every visit uncovers new hidden secrets, secrets only a Lomography camera can capture. Read on to find out what I found one Sunday afternoon in June!

  • “First the Worst”: Not True with Lomographic Luck

    written by befaster on 2012-06-11
    “First the Worst”: Not True with Lomographic Luck

    When feeling dejected after getting prints back from a recent Holga workshop, I looked back at my old photos and realized that with a bit of practice and the correct mindset, my Lomographs were actually pretty good! When you're lomo-down, sometimes all you need is a nostalgic reminder (and a new roll of film!).

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  • Remembering Juno: Lomography Remembers Canadians on D-Day

    written by befaster on 2012-06-11
    Remembering Juno: Lomography Remembers Canadians on D-Day

    On the eve of the 68th anniversary of the 1944 D-Day landings, Canadians remember those volunteer soldiers who gave their lives on the beaches of Normandy.