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    shared by yolomano on 2017-06-22

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  • SPRING ROLLS PART 1

    shared by fisheyemary on 2011-04-02

    Just a walk in the park, on a sunny day, welcoming Springtime, sometime between work and theatre rehearsal! And testing multiple exposures of course!!!

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    shared by pearlgirl77 on 2013-09-04

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  • Accidental doubles

    shared by neja on 2017-09-25

    Old London vs Kew Gardens

  • Photo Safari in Hamburg

    shared by freakoftheweek on 2013-04-04

    Relaxing with friends and watchin the ships come by...

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    shared by raywychin on 2017-08-16

  • My FM2n is Back!

    shared by ekeupratama on 2014-07-23

    More fun with Nikon FM2n. Alun-alun Bandung still the best district for street photograph

  • My FM2n is Back!

    shared by ekeupratama on 2014-07-23

    More fun with Nikon FM2n. Alun-alun Bandung still the best district for street photograph

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  • Meet my boys :)

    shared by zulupt on 2017-09-26

    Some photos of my two sons :)

  • My FM2n is Back!

    shared by ekeupratama on 2014-07-23

    More fun with Nikon FM2n. Alun-alun Bandung still the best district for street photograph

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  • My FM2n is Back!

    shared by ekeupratama on 2014-07-23

    More fun with Nikon FM2n. Alun-alun Bandung still the best district for street photograph

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  • #22259526

    shared by loewon on 2017-09-26

    My first time developing with Caffenol

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    shared by loewon on 2017-09-26

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    shared by bloomchen on 2017-09-26

  • Lomography Art Lenses

    shared by serra8 on 2017-09-26

    Greetings from Paris! I've been to @lomographyfrance 's workshop to try the @lomography art lenses and I really enjoyed it!

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    shared by bloomchen on 2017-09-26

  • Lomography Art Lenses

    shared by serra8 on 2017-09-26

    Greetings from Paris! I've been to @lomographyfrance 's workshop to try the @lomography art lenses and I really enjoyed it!

  • Lomography Art Lenses

    shared by serra8 on 2017-09-26

    Greetings from Paris! I've been to @lomographyfrance 's workshop to try the @lomography art lenses and I really enjoyed it!

  • Ocean Spirals

    shared by montagu on 2017-09-26

    A still-life of some shells I picked up at a beach in Morocco.

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  • Birdcage

    shared by montagu on 2017-09-26

    An unorthodox way of a double exposure, I used an older 4x5 negative actually shot on Kodak Portra 160 and squeezed it into the dark-slide on top of the Imago Positive paper. Then exposed an abstract wire structure beneath it. Lots of potential for future projects.

  • n. 0425 - Sep 8, 2017, h. 17:46

    shared by sirio174 on 2017-09-26

    Aggiornamento del mio progetto a lungo termine, che consiste nel fotografare, ogniqualvolta passo da Piazza Volta (nella mia Como), a qualsiasi ora del giorno e della notte, la vita della piazza, posizionandomi sempre nello stesso posto ed utilizzando obbiettivi di focale normale da 35 a 58mm. Questa serie di foto è un omaggio al film "Smoke" di Wayne Wang in cui un tabaccaio fotografava, tutte le mattine alla stessa ora, la vita all'esterno del suo negozio. - This long term project will be made by a series of photos taken in the same place. Every time I pass in Volta Square in my city Como, I took a photo in b/w with a camera with a normal lens (from 35 to 58mm) I want to collect 100, 1000 or even more photos! This is a tribute to the movie "Smoke" by Wayne Wang.

  • Lomotyohar: Let's Celebrate Together!

    written by shivanisohal on 2017-09-25 #news
    Lomotyohar: Let's Celebrate Together!

    It’s time to let your creativity shine for the chance to win a Lomography camera!

    2017-09-25
  • Pictures That Shaped Lomography 2015

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-09-26 #culture
    Pictures That Shaped Lomography 2015

    In 2015, the Lomography community moved into their newly redesigned virtual home.

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  • #22113015

    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

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    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

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  • Cazneaux tree - South Australia

    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

  • Cazneaux tree - South Australia

    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

    I thought the image looked better in B&W

  • Over the Scottish Borders -

    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

    Using some sort of brown filter - but its several decades ago now.

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    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

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    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

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    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

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    shared by alexi56 on 2017-07-29

  • Pantai (beach) Air manis, Padang, Sumatera Barat,…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2017-03-11

    Last time my mom here when she was a teenager so she thought the path are still the same and we walk through the forest at the hill. After arrive at the beach we just know that was already the path for car haha but it's a great hiking though. Repro my Sumatera Barat (West Sumatera) trip photo with phone camera. As Sundanese descent from my dad and Bandung born I also have a Minangnese blood from my mom but this was my first trip to my mom's hometown because she and her family was move to the capital city of Indonesia since she was a child. so on 15-17 November 2004 I could see her hometown for the first time. Very cool place for lomowalk

  • Malin Kundang who cursed by his mom

    shared by hervinsyah on 2017-03-11

    There was a famous story when Malin Kundang, a poor boy from small village somewhere in Sumatera Barat trying his luck with sailing to another place and leaving his old and poor mother. Shortcut the story he became a rich man after marriage the daughter of rich man. But when he came back to his hometown with his wife, her mother who always wait him at the offshore recognize him and called him. His wife said do you know that old woman? Malin lie with told that he didn't know because his parent are already passed away. He angry at the old woman which actually his real mother and leaving his hometown soon with her wife. His mother cry and pray to God if he is really another people please she will forgive his bad manner but if he is Malin Kundang her only son she beg to God to curse him t became a stone. Shortcut the story again Malin Kundang's luxurious ship and his wife was drowned by the big ocean waves. Only Malin Kundang who survived from the accident and he met his mother again at the same place where he didn't admitted her. This time he cry and beg a sorry from his mother but his mother just keep silent and suddenly Malin Kundang became a stone. People believe that this stone is Malin Kundang. Well I don't know when the local people/government made this stone but like another urban legend it's beyond belief fact or fiction you decided but moral of this story is do not hurting your mother. Until now in Bahasa (language) Indonesia "Malin Kundang" became a synonim of people who do not have respectful or thankful to the goodness that he has receive from other at the past. --- Pantai (beach) Air manis, Padang, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia. Last time my mom here when she was a teenager so she thought the path are still the same and we walk through the forest at the hill. After arrive at the beach we just know that was already the path for car haha but it's a great hiking though. Repro my Sumatera Barat (West Sumatera) trip photo with phone camera. As Sundanese descent from my dad and Bandung born I also have a Minangnese blood from my mom but this was my first trip to my mom's hometown because she and her family was move to the capital city of Indonesia since she was a child. so on 15-17 November 2004 I could see her hometown for the first time. Very cool place for lomowalk

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  • (filmswap/double<s>) My 14th filmswap, and 2nd…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2017-01-02

    Meet superbmodel, Leenah, from USA. After my first filmswap with @neufotomacher (at that time he was @fotomacher but he can't open his lomohome so he became @neufotomacher now. I like that never give up spirit =) https://www.lomography.com/homes/hervinsyah/albums/2061873-filmswap-double-s-my-11th-filmswap-this-time-with-fotomacher-from-usa I really like his superbmodel photo shot. So I ask him to did filmswap again but this time I want to e6 process the slide film. Thanks God the e6 result really makes me happy eventhough many of my night shot didn't appear and I forgot when @neufotomacher told me that he use 6x4.5 frame size with his Holga 120N camera, meanwhile I use 6x6 frame size with my Lubitel 166+ camera.

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    shared by anca_vergu on 2017-09-21

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    shared by steamtug1959 on 2015-11-01

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    shared by steamtug1959 on 2015-06-16

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  • Rest and Unrest (Uganda #15)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-26

    It's this great calmness in the middle of city madness, that makes Africa so appealing to me. One obscure moment at the train station in Kampala was meeting goatherds at the only green spot around. They had a good and relaxed time. I also liked the adverts for voting at one of the big city walls...

  • Rest and Unrest (Uganda #15)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-26

    It's this great calmness in the middle of city madness, that makes Africa so appealing to me. One obscure moment at the train station in Kampala was meeting goatherds at the only green spot around. They had a good and relaxed time. I also liked the adverts for voting at one of the big city walls...

  • Rest and Unrest (Uganda #15)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-26

    It's this great calmness in the middle of city madness, that makes Africa so appealing to me. One obscure moment at the train station in Kampala was meeting goatherds at the only green spot around. They had a good and relaxed time. I also liked the adverts for voting at one of the big city walls...

  • Rest and Unrest (Uganda #15)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-26

    It's this great calmness in the middle of city madness, that makes Africa so appealing to me. One obscure moment at the train station in Kampala was meeting goatherds at the only green spot around. They had a good and relaxed time. I also liked the adverts for voting at one of the big city walls...

  • Rest and Unrest (Uganda #15)

    shared by wil6ka on 2017-09-26

    It's this great calmness in the middle of city madness, that makes Africa so appealing to me. One obscure moment at the train station in Kampala was meeting goatherds at the only green spot around. They had a good and relaxed time. I also liked the adverts for voting at one of the big city walls...

  • labbra bagnate dal vento d'africa #8

    shared by ilcontrariodime on 2017-09-21

    Un giretto a Taranto e poi dritti verso Polignano a Mare...

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  • labbra bagnate dal vento d'africa #8

    shared by ilcontrariodime on 2017-09-21

    Un giretto a Taranto e poi dritti verso Polignano a Mare...