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    shared by tinajames23 on 2017-09-08

    1:28pm. Monday, August 21st, 2017. At this time, the world came together to witness a breathtaking event, the solar eclipse. People drove in from miles around to witness this phenomenon with some of their closest friends and family. As someone who adores looking at the world through a lens, I witnessed something I haven’t seen in a long time, pure happiness. During this one point in time, nothing mattered except for living in the moment. Kids were running around with their glasses glued to their faces while trying to name the different shapes of the sun before totality. Parents were in awe of the phenomenon, each talking to one another about their predictions of the eclipse with such passion as if they were deciding the toppings for their ice cream sundae. Most of all, I was able to stop and look around at my friends experiencing something we will never get to see again in our lifetime. It was a true moment of “overlooking something worth taking the time to stop flying by.” Each and everyone of them filled with such jubilation over the event that was taking place on that beautiful summer afternoon. Stop the world please, because it was one of the greatest love stories Nashville has ever witnessed.

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    shared by tinajames23 on 2017-09-08

    1:28pm. Monday, August 21st, 2017. At this time, the world came together to witness a breathtaking event, the solar eclipse. People drove in from miles around to witness this phenomenon with some of their closest friends and family. As someone who adores looking at the world through a lens, I witnessed something I haven’t seen in a long time, pure happiness. During this one point in time, nothing mattered except for living in the moment. Kids were running around with their glasses glued to their faces while trying to name the different shapes of the sun before totality. Parents were in awe of the phenomenon, each talking to one another about their predictions of the eclipse with such passion as if they were deciding the toppings for their ice cream sundae. Most of all, I was able to stop and look around at my friends experiencing something we will never get to see again in our lifetime. It was a true moment of “overlooking something worth taking the time to stop flying by.” Each and everyone of them filled with such jubilation over the event that was taking place on that beautiful summer afternoon. Stop the world please, because it was one of the greatest love stories Nashville has ever witnessed.

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    shared by tinajames23 on 2017-09-08

    1:28pm. Monday, August 21st, 2017. At this time, the world came together to witness a breathtaking event, the solar eclipse. People drove in from miles around to witness this phenomenon with some of their closest friends and family. As someone who adores looking at the world through a lens, I witnessed something I haven’t seen in a long time, pure happiness. During this one point in time, nothing mattered except for living in the moment. Kids were running around with their glasses glued to their faces while trying to name the different shapes of the sun before totality. Parents were in awe of the phenomenon, each talking to one another about their predictions of the eclipse with such passion as if they were deciding the toppings for their ice cream sundae. Most of all, I was able to stop and look around at my friends experiencing something we will never get to see again in our lifetime. It was a true moment of “overlooking something worth taking the time to stop flying by.” Each and everyone of them filled with such jubilation over the event that was taking place on that beautiful summer afternoon. Stop the world please, because it was one of the greatest love stories Nashville has ever witnessed.

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    shared by tinajames23 on 2017-09-08

    1:28pm. Monday, August 21st, 2017. At this time, the world came together to witness a breathtaking event, the solar eclipse. People drove in from miles around to witness this phenomenon with some of their closest friends and family. As someone who adores looking at the world through a lens, I witnessed something I haven’t seen in a long time, pure happiness. During this one point in time, nothing mattered except for living in the moment. Kids were running around with their glasses glued to their faces while trying to name the different shapes of the sun before totality. Parents were in awe of the phenomenon, each talking to one another about their predictions of the eclipse with such passion as if they were deciding the toppings for their ice cream sundae. Most of all, I was able to stop and look around at my friends experiencing something we will never get to see again in our lifetime. It was a true moment of “overlooking something worth taking the time to stop flying by.” Each and everyone of them filled with such jubilation over the event that was taking place on that beautiful summer afternoon. Stop the world please, because it was one of the greatest love stories Nashville has ever witnessed.

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    shared by tinajames23 on 2017-09-08

    1:28pm. Monday, August 21st, 2017. At this time, the world came together to witness a breathtaking event, the solar eclipse. People drove in from miles around to witness this phenomenon with some of their closest friends and family. As someone who adores looking at the world through a lens, I witnessed something I haven’t seen in a long time, pure happiness. During this one point in time, nothing mattered except for living in the moment. Kids were running around with their glasses glued to their faces while trying to name the different shapes of the sun before totality. Parents were in awe of the phenomenon, each talking to one another about their predictions of the eclipse with such passion as if they were deciding the toppings for their ice cream sundae. Most of all, I was able to stop and look around at my friends experiencing something we will never get to see again in our lifetime. It was a true moment of “overlooking something worth taking the time to stop flying by.” Each and everyone of them filled with such jubilation over the event that was taking place on that beautiful summer afternoon. Stop the world please, because it was one of the greatest love stories Nashville has ever witnessed.

  • 30 Years of Suburban America by David Graham

    written by cheeo on 2017-08-15 #people #places
    30 Years of Suburban America by David Graham

    Life is indeed stranger than fiction.

  • 25 Creative Photography Tipsters

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-08-03 #tutorials
    25 Creative Photography Tipsters

    Doing out-of-the-box experiments has always been at the core of Lomography's "Don't Think, Just Shoot" philosophy.

  • Cat of CatsDog on Shooting Pets on the Petzval 58 Art Lens

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2017-07-29 #people
    Cat of CatsDog on Shooting Pets on the Petzval 58 Art Lens

    Cat is a UK based photographer who set up her own business photographing people's pets. We talked to her about the quirks of shooting with animals and using the Petzval 58 lens to capture these moments.

  • Tiger Ray Of Light Silhouette Sun Urban city of…

    shared by hervinsyah on 2011-11-08

    When I snap this suddenly I'm the only person who realized this beautiful ray of light scenery. All the busy car and motorcycle trapped at routine horrible traffic jam at after work hour at that afternoon made me always pray to God I don't wannabe like them, trapped at work office routinity and lost their freedom of individuality expression and ended frustated and stressful when retired from their boring job. But now look at me I'm still loser unemployee who still hoping money rain showering me from the sky and dreaming of my work will be at the same level of Andy Warhol and Henri Cartier Bresson meanwhile all of that boring worker that I told before are looking happy living their typical normal life. My world was stop from that moment since now T_T --- Jalan (road/street) Wastu Kantjana, Bandung, Jawa Barat (West Java), Indonesia, Asia Tenggara (South East Asia) --- Lomo Home Of The Day at lomography.com on April 14th, 2017 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10212382309542558&set=p.10212382309542558&type=3&theater --- The Most Popular on November 8th, 2012 http://www.lomography.com/magazine/news/2012/11/08/most-popular-photo-last-year-november-8-2011 --- One Of Most Popular Photos Uploaded in 2012 http://www.lomography.com/magazine/news/2012/12/29/most-popular-photos-uploaded-in-2012

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  • Let's Celebrate the Launch of the new Chrome-Plated Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens

    written by dop on 2017-07-26
    Let's Celebrate the Launch of the new Chrome-Plated Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens

    Come and celebrate with us as we present the new Chrome Plated Edition of our acclaimed Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens. There will be parties, events, exhibitions, and try-out sessions in selected locations around the globe that you don’t want to miss!

    2017-07-26
  • Under the Lights - Film Photography by Louis Dazy

    written by cheeo on 2017-07-25 #people
    Under the Lights - Film Photography by Louis Dazy

    Photographer Louis Dazy's double exposures are so much more than just visually enticing.

    2017-07-25 3
  • Glowing Spikes

    shared by orangebarn13 on 2017-07-20

  • Water Lily

    shared by orangebarn13 on 2017-07-20

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  • Nostalgic Florida of the 1950's

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-06-16 #culture
    Nostalgic Florida of the 1950's

    In Florida, it's always summer. Revisit 1950's Florida through these colorful photographs from the vintage archives.

    2017-06-16
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    shared by p3titpoi5 on 2017-05-14

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  • Memories That Last Forever: An Interview With Jonathan Moore

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-05-13 #people
    Memories That Last Forever: An Interview With Jonathan Moore

    Jonathan Moore is a Portland-based photographer whose work is all about capturing amazing sights and inspiring people. He stepped into the world of photography because he was always fascinated with different types of art media.

    2017-05-13
  • Secret Life Of A (Fashion) Photographer: Eduardo Acierno

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2016-11-28 #people
    Secret Life Of A (Fashion) Photographer: Eduardo Acierno

    Ever wondered what a typical day in the life of a photographer looks like? We are giving more insight into the life of Eduardo Acierno, a fashion photographer based in sunny Mexico.

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  • Vintage Is The New Black: An Interview With Kaitlyn Mikayla

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-04-14 #people
    Vintage Is The New Black: An Interview With Kaitlyn Mikayla

    "When I moved to New York to pursue film school, a mentor encouraged me to start shooting again. I discovered 35mm and enjoyed wandering the streets in search of landscapes to shoot," recalls a New York City- based photographer and screenwriter Kaitlyn Mikayla.

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  • Camera Collection: Ståle's (sierravictor) Treasured Gear

    written by lomography on 2016-05-21
    Camera Collection: Ståle's (sierravictor) Treasured Gear

    In 2009, he chanced upon a compact camera that marked the beginning of his gear hunting sprees. In this interview, lomographer sierravictor shares his impressive collection comprised of cameras handed down by family and friends and gears bought from online shops.

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  • Edward Munch in Izmir(Smyrna)

    shared by eyvahblues on 2017-03-30

    #35mm #filmisnotdead #lomo #zenith #yashica #minolta #pentax #turkey #drawing #drawings #pastel #crayons #doubleexposure #fuji200 #collage

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  • The World According to Herr Willie – Wendiceratops Pinhornensis

    written by wil6ka on 2017-04-05
    The World According to Herr Willie – Wendiceratops Pinhornensis

    I like to think, that every location I have been writing about in the past years was a discovery of some sort. This story will be about the discovery somebody else made. Wendy Sloboda is maybe the coolest dino hunter of our time. She has tattoos, dreads and she found a new species of dinosaur, that now carries her name: the Wendiceratops Pinhornensis.

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  • Women & Crime: Mugshots from the 1960's

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-03-30 #culture
    Women & Crime: Mugshots from the 1960's

    While we don't accept nor condone acts of crime, we can't help but think how these mugshots of ladies with their catty eyeliners and puffy hairs just fit the 'femme fatale' image.

  • Lomo'Instant Automat Glass Tip: Find Heaven on Earth

    written by Lomography on 2017-03-29
    Lomo'Instant Automat Glass Tip: Find Heaven on Earth

    Make the most of the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass by pushing its boundaries and experimenting the unusual aesthetics. Bring the clouds down to your feet, the sky is the limit.

    2017-03-29
  • Mitchell Wojcik Captures Colorful Fun with the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-03-27
    Mitchell Wojcik Captures Colorful Fun with the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass

    Mitchell Wojcik is based in Brooklyn, New York. He likes "Ghostbusters, and to make whatever comes to mind and document my life as I go." He used to put a lot of thought into things, but now prefers to have fun and not think about it at all. Hmm, sounds like a perfect match for the Lomo'Instant Automat Glass!

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  • Roberta Tocco Enchants with the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens

    written by lomogiu on 2017-03-10 #people
    Roberta Tocco Enchants with the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens

    The talented photographer Roberta Tocco is not new to the Lomography community. This time she enchants us with stunning shots realized with the Daguerreotype Achromat Art Lens.

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  • Leica still lives and close-ups on Lomography…

    shared by johbeil on 2017-03-04

    #Leica #stills and #close-ups on #Lomography #negative film - Leica R3 with #Summilux-R 1:1.4/50 and #Elpro 4

  • The Many Faces of Water: Edward Burtynsky

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-03-02 #news #people
    The Many Faces of Water: Edward Burtynsky

    Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky once again graces us with his amazing large-format landscapes of ecological extremes and water resources.

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  • Morning walk

    shared by neja on 2017-02-28

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    shared by dop on 2017-02-22

    love the look of the new Lomography Color Negative F²/400 film!

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    shared by dop on 2017-02-22

    love the look of the new Lomography Color Negative F²/400 film!

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  • The Self-Editing Adventure with Cécile (lafilledeer)

    written by mpflawer on 2017-02-20
    The Self-Editing Adventure with Cécile (lafilledeer)

    Most of us have already thought of self-editing. Who has never dreamt of having a book containing shots? Cecile, one of the French most active community members took the plunge and shared her tips in this interview.

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  • Seerosen, Botanischer Garten Bochum

    shared by candeeland on 2017-02-07

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  • The Dark Pantheon & Peculiarities: Viktor Koen

    written by Ciel Hernandez on 2017-01-29 #people
    The Dark Pantheon & Peculiarities: Viktor Koen

    New York-based photographer Viktor Koen has already cemented his distinction and style in art photography, but his oeuvre might rattle the faintest hearts with the twisted beauty of his tintypes of beasts and creatures from Greek mythology, and photogravures of nightmarish children.

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  • ☆ SKELETØR SHØØT*NG ☆

    shared by 007-0815-styler on 2016-01-03

    USA ☆ 12/15 ☆ DianaMini ☆ #0070815Styler

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  • First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Leung-Kit

    written by lomographysoholondon on 2017-01-12 #people
    First Impressions of the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens: Leung-Kit

    London based photographer Leung-Kit specialises in fashion and portrait photography. With his skills in a soft and gentle style of photography, we decided he would be the perfect person to test out the Daguerreotype Achromat Lens.

    2017-01-12