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  • Make Every Instant Count: The New Lomography Mystery Product Part 1

    written by Lomography on 2016-08-24 #gear #news
    Make Every Instant Count: The New Lomography Mystery Product Part 1

    Gather round, Lomographers, we’ve got a brand new Mystery Product for you!

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  • LomoAmigo: HINDS On Tour with the LC-A+

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2016-08-22 #people
    LomoAmigo: HINDS On Tour with the LC-A+

    Spanish band Hinds formed in 2011 and in just 2 years have gone from playing for friends in a local restaurant to embarking on a huge world tour. We love their sound & enthusiasm for music so we gave them an LC-A+ & asked them to document their travels. We talked to drummer Amber about these shots.

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  • Nikola & Tamara: What's In Your Bag?

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2016-08-15 #people
    Nikola & Tamara: What's In Your Bag?

    This time two lovely photographers from Belgrade opened their camera bag for us and let us into their world. They work together and always have each other’s backs, even when they have to carry lots of equipment.

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  • Details: An Interview with Hailey Bartholomew

    written by rosalbavasc on 2016-08-18 #people
    Details: An Interview with Hailey Bartholomew

    A selection of wonderfully candid and delicate shots taken with the Lomo'Instant Wide. We speak to Hailey about what inspired her and seeing life through the eyes of a photographer.

    2016-08-18 1
  • Vintage Camera Reviews: Imperial 620

    written by Mark Hannah on 2016-08-16 #gear
    Vintage Camera Reviews: Imperial 620

    Art director and analog photographer Mark Hannah introduces yet another fascinating box camera, the Imperial 620. Learn about its quirks and discover its hidden feature in this installment of Vintage Camera Reviews.

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  • The Life and Cinema of Filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-08-18 #places #videos
    The Life and Cinema of Filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky

    If you've encountered the term "Tarkovskian" in film and cinema class, this little visual tribute will clarify its definition as we look into the influential cinematic artistry of Andrei Tarkovsky.

    2016-08-18 1
  • Tokyobike x ACE Hotel London Rides Recap

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2016-08-09 #news
     Tokyobike x ACE Hotel London Rides Recap

    Lomography recently collaborated with Tokyobikes and ACE Hotels for their East London bike tour. We lent each participant an LC-A+ and LC-Wide for the journey and our shop manager Lee went along for the ride.

    2016-08-09
  • #21392669

    shared by kuznetsova on 2016-08-18

  • Putting the low in slow

    shared by lomomowlem on 2016-08-18

    Another double exposed roll that came out misaligned. I don't mind in this one though as it seems I got the best of 3 frames, the sunset, the daisies and the little girl sitting on the road. Another happy accident.

  • A Familiarity with the Analogue Sound

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-08-17 #culture #videos
    A Familiarity with the Analogue Sound

    The clicks, ticks and loops - there is just something pleasing with the ambient noise of an old film camera.

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  • LomoAmigo Roo Panes Shoots with the LC-A+

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2016-08-06 #people
    LomoAmigo Roo Panes Shoots with the LC-A+

    Roo Panes is a UK based singer-songwriter who released his debut album "Little Giant" in 2014 and has recently released his latest album titled "Paperweights". We sent him an LC-A+ to test out and asked him about his life in the music industry.

    2016-08-06 1
  • #21365990

    shared by ellaellaella on 2016-08-05

    Vanuatu, June 2016. Shot on Sunnylife Underwater Camera using Lomography 35mm 800 ISO Film.

  • Showcase: Everywhere We Shoot Shoots With The Lomo'Instant Wide

    written by Jill Tan Radovan on 2016-08-01
    Showcase: Everywhere We Shoot Shoots With The Lomo'Instant Wide

    We've seen what this dynamic creative duo from Manila, Philippines can do with a Petzval 85 Art Lens. Now the question is, where will their creativity and a Lomo'Instant Wide take them?

    2016-08-01
  • 史跡競演 -legacy of history

    shared by hodachrome on 2013-11-26

    From ”filmsoup-swap” project with my favorite photographer fotobes. About this photo I shot first in Japan (Matsumoto Castle, Nagano), and then he started shooting in UK. He shot at Millennium Bridge, London. After finishing the roll he ”cooked” the film. On completing the roll, he mixed together some boiled water with silica gel and washing detergent, and left it to cool a little. Then he went into his make-shift darkroom and pulled out the film from the canister. Next he flicked and dabbed the ”soup” onto the exposed film. He waited for a few minutes and then rewound the film into the canister. Afterwards he went to the kitchen and dropped the film into just-boiled water, and after 5 minutes I transferred it into cold water for a minute. Then back in the darkroom he pulled the film out from the canister again and dried it with a hairdryer, and when done he rewound the film. The film was then developed at Asda, and scanned at The Vault in Brighton. We don’t discuss what we have each taken photographs of, so the results are always a surprise. Check out fotobes’s album from the same project. http://www.lomography.com/homes/fotobes/albums/1995715-lc-a-plus-film-soup-swap-with-hodachrome

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  • #19856467

    shared by oleman on 2014-07-29

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  • #21364417

    shared by gmushinsky on 2016-08-04

    Piscataqua

  • Ferry Verheij: A Story Teller

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2016-07-28 #people
    Ferry Verheij: A Story Teller

    It can be said that photography is more than just a click on the camera, it makes the moments, people and emotions live forever. This was confirmed to us by an exceptional Dutch photographer Ferry Verheij, whose photographs represent stories of all those people and places he had a chance to know.

    2016-07-28 1
  • Lomography x Nixon Surf Challenge 2016 Rumble

    written by Lomography on 2016-06-15 #news
    Lomography x Nixon Surf Challenge 2016 Rumble

    Lomography and Nixon are happy to team up again for a new international competition, the Nixon Surf Challenge 2016. This time, the team is driving us in Ireland to surf the waves, discover the Irish country by boat and road. To celebrate, we're glad to invite you to join this new competition!

    2016-06-15 1
  • First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Klara Johanna Michel

    written by lukas_ on 2016-08-02 #gear #people
    First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Klara Johanna Michel

    Berlin-based Klara Johanna Michel does it all herself, like a true artisan. We gave her the Daguerreotype Art Lens and are hardly surprised that the two of them got on well with one another.

    2016-08-02
  • A bad thing happened at Externsteine with my…

    shared by bloomchen on 2015-09-02

    Shooting this was really so so annoying! But not bcs of the film but what happened before. It all started when I finished a roll of EPT 160 and took out the film of the cam: there was no strip to fix it. And I was really wondering but I did not see it. The other day I a was on holidays and drove 40km to the location I wanted to take shots with the Turquoise. So the bad thing happened when I loaded the cam with the film. I closed the back and started to wind to pic #1. But suddenly it got all white in the tiny window. I was thinking WTF! But due to a problem with the rewind spool of my Lubitel I had to wind the roll to the end get it out and then rewind it by hand. When I took the film out of the cam there was the stripe of the EPT just in front of the tiny window. It must have been between the back and the film hold or whatever the plate is named. So rewinding was difficult bcs I had only 3 fabric bags with me. Gladfully they were all black. I put all bag together to have 3 layers of fabric but I already knew that this won't really work well. But what could I do? So I was pretty pissed rewinded the roll in the bags and tried hard to keep my arms together to not get light inside. It did not work that good as you can see. Leaks leaks leaks. Anyway I really like the results of the film meaning how the shots turned out (shot at ISO 100 setting).

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  • 花隧道 -Flower Tunnel

    shared by hodachrome on 2012-06-22

    Shot twice for flowers. Long exposure in tunnel (around 10 seconds)

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  • 湖面歩行 walking on water

    shared by fotobes on 2013-11-26

    hodachrome and I have recently completed two film soup swaps.. One roll started off in UK, and ended up in Japan and on finishing the roll, Hodaka cooked the film using this recipe here: http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2013/02/27/lets-cook-the-film-the-recipe-of-film-soup The other roll started off in Japan and ended up with me in the UK.. On completing the roll, I mixed together some boiled water with silica gel and washing detergent, and left it to cool a little. Then I went into my make-shift darkroom and pulled out the film from the canister. Next I flicked and dabbed the soup onto the exposed film. I waited for a few minutes and then rewound the film into the canister. Afterwards I went to the kitchen and dropped the film into just-boiled water, and after 5 minutes I transferred it into cold water for a minute. Then back in the darkroom I pulled the film out from the canister again and dried it with a hairdryer, and when done I rewound the film. The film was then developed at Asda, and scanned at The Vault in Brighton. We do not discuss what we have each taken photographs of, so the results are always a surprise.. More on hodachromes page here.. http://www.lomography.com/homes/hodachrome/albums/1995706-filmsoup-swap-with-fotobes-x-process

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  • #21023123

    shared by theblues on 2016-02-23

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  • EBS at Waverley Abbey #1

    shared by buckshot on 2013-01-27

    I hadn't seen anyone do an 'exposing both sides' (EBS) panorama album on here yet, so I figured I'd try it with a Horizon Perfekt. It was definitely one of the most technically challenging albums I've done so far - not only because EBS is itself tricky (you've got to get the homemade redscale prepared correctly, get both the redscale and normal exposures right, shoot twice in the same sequence so as not to screw up the symmetry, etc.), but because the Perfekt poses challenges of its own, such as not being able to use a conventional splitzer (I solved this by cutting a piece of black card to shape and gluing it onto the tiny UV filter that comes with the camera), not having any horizon line to line things up with in the viewfinder (solved by drawing a black line through the middle of a length of sellotape and sticking it onto the front of the viewfinder) and having its very own peculiar loading technique that makes it very difficult to re-align the film in the same place for the second shoot (I thought I'd solved this by taping a separate 15cm length of old negative to the take-up spool and taping the film I shot to this, lining it up with appropriate markings, but I still got it wrong by about half a centimetre, which is why you see some overlap in these shots). I shot the redscale layer just after sunrise, went home, flipped the film around (I think I'll get a changing bag for next time, so I can just flip the film on site), then went back and shot the normal layer just after noon, on a sunny but intermittently cloudy day. So yes, pretty challenging, but also very creatively satisfying. Worth the hassle...? Hell, yeah...!!! :-)

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  • Lomography x The Science Museum: Fox Talbot Dawn of the Photograph Rumble

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2016-07-31 #culture
    Lomography x The Science Museum: Fox Talbot Dawn of the Photograph Rumble

    Lomography have teamed up with The Science Museum to offer you the chance to win tickets to see "Fox Talbot Dawn of the Photograph", a fascinating exhibition of some of the earliest experiments in photography by William Fox Talbot. You can also win a Sprocket Rocket Black.

  • In the Small Scale of Things: Life in the Miniature

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-07-29 #culture
    In the Small Scale of Things: Life in the Miniature

    Lomography's here to take you a smaller dimension of the world.

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  • When Still Life Photographs Start to Talk

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-07-17 #culture
    When Still Life Photographs Start to Talk

    With good composition and visualization, images can come to life.

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  • #21196107

    shared by sartorius7 on 2016-05-18

  • #14397959

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-04

    I felt like I knew her now, at least as well as one could. She was sensitive yet easy to be with, not the fickle, high maintenance girl I'd imagined. She always forgave my clumsiness. I understood that she had others, she gave her love so freely, so innocently, that I couldn't be jealous. I was happy to visit them and try and catch a glimpse of her. After all I knew, somewhere in the back of my mind, that she was as transient as life itself, and when she was gone, she would be gone forever.

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  • Autumnal Tree

    shared by lynnmariehall on 2016-01-10

  • #14506195

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • A Week With Our LomoAmigo Gema Espinosa (@rubirroja)

    written by ellakoppensteiner on 2016-07-18 #gear #people
    A Week With Our LomoAmigo Gema Espinosa (@rubirroja)

    We have a new LomoAmigo! It is the photographer and lifestyle blogger Gema Espinosa - also known as @Rubirroja on social media. Gema took the Lomo'Instant Honolulu Edition on a trip for a week and today we are thrilled to show you the result.

    2016-07-18 1
  • Sophie Elliott: Protests and Demonstrations with the Petzval 85 Art Lens

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2016-07-16
    Sophie Elliott: Protests and Demonstrations with the Petzval 85 Art Lens

    Photographer and feminist Sophie Elliott took her Petzval 85 Art Lens out to a demonstration on the streets of Norwich and managed to capture the mood of the local community.

    2016-07-16
  • First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Xavier Boldú

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2016-07-17 #gear #people
    First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Xavier Boldú

    Xavier Boldú recently shot some beautiful images with the Petzval 85 Lens so we lent him the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens and our brand new special apertures to test out.

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  • #13059679

    shared by warning on 2011-04-13

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  • Rosenborg Gardens

    shared by sebastianerras on 2012-05-21

    Here some more images from my recent trip to Copenhagen. I stayed there for 6 days and had a fabulous time. I went to Nyhavn, to the Rosenborg Gardens, Christiania (taking photos there is prohibited, so I don't have so many images from there) and of course to the famous little mermaid. More images soon ;-) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- www.analogue-love.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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  • Daughter with LC-W

    shared by frenchyfyl on 2015-08-24

    ... at the dune of Pyla

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  • #20406238

    shared by an4 on 2015-04-22

    Lomo LC-Wide x Kodak Portra 800 x "Die Wasserspiel heißende, aber kein Wasserspiel seiende Skulptur am Rostocker Volkstheater"

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  • 1st selfdeveloped film

    shared by jennson on 2011-06-21

    I got the Tetanal Colortec C-41 kit yesterday. Couldn´t wait to try it, so i decided to shoot a roll lomo cn100 and develope afterwards. I first shot my sreensaver, then rewinded and tried my new pneumatic cable release for some selfportraits.. Developing was much easier than I thought. I am very satisfied with the results.

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  • Better than Digital: Seamless Photographs with Fuji Provia 400X 120

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-07-08 #gear
    Better than Digital: Seamless Photographs with Fuji Provia 400X 120

    Fujifilm's Provia 400X 120 is your best friend for effortless art photography

  • Exhibition on the Lifework of Photographer Harold Feinstein to Launch in Portland

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-07-11 #news
    Exhibition on the Lifework of Photographer Harold Feinstein to Launch in Portland

    American photographer Harold Feinstein and his body of work are set to open at the Blue Sky Gallery in early August.

    2016-07-11
  • Tinted Duality: Photographs of Complementary Colors

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-07-10 #culture
    Tinted Duality: Photographs of Complementary Colors

    Let's go back to basics! Do you remember which colors are complementary on the color wheel?

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  • Daguerreotype Achromat First Impressions: Kamal Tung

    written by Jill Tan Radovan on 2016-07-15 #gear #people
    Daguerreotype Achromat First Impressions: Kamal Tung

    Kamal Tung's black-and-white portraits shot with the Petzval Lens were previously showcased on the Magazine. The opportunity to shoot with another Lomography Art Lens has arrived. More of Kamal Tung's work, shot with the Daguerreotype Achromat Lens, are included in this feature.

  • Agfa CT Precisa

    shared by kleeblatt on 2016-07-13

  • Agfa CT Precisa

    shared by kleeblatt on 2016-07-13

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  • #21317757

    shared by fazznic on 2016-07-14

  • #21317943

    shared by gweilolife on 2016-07-14

  • ZENIT AUTOMAT AND SVEMA 100

    shared by txr53 on 2016-07-14

    Estreno de la Zenit "automat", una de los mejores productos de KMZ. He usado un filtro amarillo con una Svema 100 en dos días ,muy luminoso. aunque con nubes.

  • ZENIT AUTOMAT AND SVEMA 100

    shared by txr53 on 2016-07-14

    Estreno de la Zenit "automat", una de los mejores productos de KMZ. He usado un filtro amarillo con una Svema 100 en dos días ,muy luminoso. aunque con nubes.

  • ZENIT AUTOMAT AND SVEMA 100

    shared by txr53 on 2016-07-14

    Estreno de la Zenit "automat", una de los mejores productos de KMZ. He usado un filtro amarillo con una Svema 100 en dos días ,muy luminoso. aunque con nubes.