• #15755974

    shared by lazybuddha on 2012-04-07

  • #11601147

    shared by morning-rain on 2010-07-25

  • Fun Flare

    shared by dhuffone on 2011-03-21

    *** I did something a little different on this roll. Usually I leave a roll in the Diana for a week or two and try to mix it up on what and where I shoot it. But on this day I had just got a mega shipment of film so I wanted to just shoot a roll all in one place. So after work me and my girl went to this house down the road and I shot a whole roll out there in about 15 minutes. It was pretty fun! Not my best photos... but thats not what I was going for :-)

  • Olympus XA: The Perfect Camera to Capture People on the Street

    written by brandkow93 on 2012-04-06 #gear
    Olympus XA: The Perfect Camera to Capture People on the Street

    A legendary camera designed by the legendary Yoshihisa Maitani, A pocketable rangefinder, that can easily rival most slrs. The fantastic 35mm 2.8 is one of the sharpest lenses i have used and has some of the best colour rendition i have seen in any camera both film and digital i have ever used.

  • neon light

    shared by goldie on 2009-06-22

    neon light

  • #287836

    shared by goldie on 2009-04-13

  • #236242

    shared by goldie on 2009-03-01

  • #628946

    shared by sanapsara on 2009-05-17

  • #61733

    shared by goldie on 2008-10-02

  • Wonderful Surprise from Eximus UWS

    written by yokekei on 2012-04-06 #gear
    Wonderful Surprise from Eximus UWS

    Eximus Wide and Slim - Another "clone" version of Vivitar UWS. Basically, it is the same camera with Vivitar UWS with black rubberized finishing casing. The new color combination, finishing and packaging of Eximus UWS had attracted me and it just looks smart and steady to me. Eximus UWS is a point and shoot 35mm camera with fixed f/11 aperture, 22mm wide angle fixed plastic lens and 1/125s fixed shutter speed.

  • #11908119

    shared by panelomo on 2010-10-04

  • Photo for Nephew

    shared by emperornorton on 2011-11-12

    I posted this on my nephew's Facebook page as a gift. He loved it. Reuben, a brown rabbit we used to own.

  • Square Roots: Why I Love Shooting in Square Format

    written by angie_lemon on 2012-04-02 #gear #tutorials
    Square Roots: Why I Love Shooting in Square Format

    The 35mm rectangle reigned supreme throughout my youth - it's all I knew. What better way to rebel than by adopting the square! Here are my five top tips for shooting in square format.

  • #136373

    shared by werriston on 2009-01-09

  • Sternstunden

    shared by artichekt on 2010-12-07

    Exposition in the famous Gasometer

  • #2465095

    shared by disdis on 2009-06-16

  • Nature

    shared by shoujoai on 2011-03-08

    First color infrared film with an orange filter

  • #11046265

    shared by tracyvmoore on 2010-02-20

  • Iskra, Damaged Film, Surviving Photos

    shared by herbert-4 on 2010-04-30

    Backing paper wrinkled and caught film!

  • The hill of the sun

    shared by superlighter on 2010-02-22

    1000 lomographers cannot be wrong, this is my Top! :)

  • #12045856

    shared by troch on 2010-10-31

  • Mongolia

    shared by bensozia on 2010-03-17

    "The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools, but the gentle touches of air and water working at their leisure with a liberal allowance of time." - Henry David Thoreau. What would I miss most about water? Everything it touches.

  • #12048364

    shared by satomi on 2010-11-01

  • #15720362

    shared by sushi_9009 on 2012-04-02

  • #11326610

    shared by chant0m0 on 2010-05-14

  • #15228929

    shared by nazicole on 2012-01-28

  • Coco DNI

    shared by daitita on 2012-02-27

  • #15455791

    shared by gachwell on 2012-02-27

  • Bondi Beach

    shared by bravebird on 2012-02-28

  • #15710237

    shared by hewzay on 2012-04-01

  • #15707227

    shared by pinkpix on 2012-04-01

  • The revolution will not be televised

    shared by basho on 2010-12-27

    a tribute to the great Scott-Heron?

  • Requested Posts for April 2012

    written by basterda on 2012-04-01 #news
    Requested Posts for April 2012

    Lomography Magazine offers you the perfect platform to an international audience! Have something to say? Submit to the Lomography Magazine for a chance to be heard. Whether you are a seasoned writer, or a motivated beginner, we want to hear from you. Read below for what type of articles we are looking for. Remember, writing for the Lomography Magazine earns you Piggies!

  • #14771660

    shared by porkchopsandy on 2011-11-24

  • #15528204

    shared by porkchopsandy on 2012-03-08

  • Brighton

    shared by minibear on 2012-03-02

  • Primer escaneo casero

    shared by rotte on 2012-03-22

    Este es el primer escaneo casero con mi nueva adquisición, Epson V500. La mayoria de las fotos estan escaneadas con el programa que viene con el escaner y dando a autoexposición (mas o menos). Exceptunado las fotos oscuras o con poca luz que se han escaneado como diapositivas y se han aplicado curvas de negativo de color y niveles en Photoshop... :S

  • Hiking with my Mom !!

    shared by iambb_ on 2012-03-30

  • #11997025

    shared by dogegg50 on 2010-10-21

  • Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth

    shared by mafiosa on 2011-07-21

    Some more shots from the 2011 Calgary Stampede with my Sprocket Rocket.

  • #11116011

    shared by bigphilly808 on 2010-03-14

  • Red to burn

    shared by orangebird on 2008-09-19


  • Story Book

    shared by mafiosa on 2012-03-27

    Some snap shots from a book I am making for my niece.

  • #12166241

    shared by wuxiong on 2010-11-22

  • #12252947

    shared by wuxiong on 2010-12-09

    Saw this baby dog in XiaoZhou village, GuangZgou. I guess He likes me and runs toward me... <:))

  • #6043716

    shared by momac on 2009-09-16

  • ...chasing the sun in my hometown...

    shared by artichekt on 2011-04-20

    Frank O. - love him or hate him!

  • #12733242

    shared by wuxiong on 2011-03-04

  • #11931087

    shared by troch on 2010-10-08

    These are from an old roll of Fujichrome Velvia which was loaded into Canon Sureshot years ago. A holiday trip brought out the camera last year and the film went in with a number of rolls of C-41. No one (not myself or at the lab) noticed and it got mistakenly cross processed. The resulting shots are wonderfully garrish.

  • #14177220

    shared by clogged on 2011-09-04