• LC-A+ March

    shared by ghidini on 2011-03-27

  • Local lab ruined my film :(

    shared by porkchopsandy on 2011-11-19

    Look at what they've done here!! Got white marks all over the negs :(

  • First Lubitel Tryouts

    shared by artichekt on 2011-01-27

    I'm still a beginner, but I love this camera!!

  • blue doubles with tomkiddo

    shared by mephisto19 on 2012-01-31

    the old agaf ct becomes BLUE when cross processed - please also have a look at the redscale doubles with @tomkiddo

  • more balloons

    shared by vici on 2011-09-17

  • Bandung Carnival Land

    shared by adi_totp on 2011-06-11

    Why this is my favorite lomograph? Because its simply like life, we go through all the motion and enjoy it!

  • Langen Foundation

    shared by artichekt on 2011-12-06

    Tadao Ando's Capo Lavoro at the famous Raketenstation in Neuss

  • #12227048

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-12-04

  • #40000

    shared by kokakoo on 2008-09-14

  • Ai Zai Xin Li by Horizon Perfekt

    shared by reinertlee on 2009-04-27

  • look up

    shared by albie on 2010-05-24

  • My trip to Norway on my metal horse!

    shared by dogma on 2010-06-19

    It was simply amazing! 3000km in 7 days with a great company and fantastic views!

  • Panoramic madness!

    shared by susielomovitz on 2011-10-09


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    shared by ccwu on 2011-08-30

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    shared by t0m7 on 2011-08-13

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    shared by lawypop on 2011-01-02

  • Photokina 2010

    shared by shoujoai on 2010-09-28

    During the photokina 2010, the Hasselblade booth offers to photographers to try out their cameras and to shoot some great models. Luckily, also lots of other photographers around (like me) had the possibility to take some picturs with their own cameras! I went there many times to see all the models in different dresses and love the results with Diana. The scenerie was done by the photograph Tom Hagemeyer from France.

  • #11136295

    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

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    shared by sandkorn on 2010-03-20

  • giants

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-04-25

  • #11665818

    shared by frauspatzi on 2010-08-10

    i made two mistakes: ...first i left the lubitel in B-Mode and took the first picture. ...then i forgot to transport the film to the new frame and took the next picture...wääääähhhh.... ...Now, it is my favorite picture;-)

  • #1818570

    shared by eifelomo on 2008-01-29

  • #6261448

    shared by sandkorn on 2009-12-21

    Dippemess is a tradition which dates back to the 14th century. At that time, the Maamess, as it was then called, was a medieval market for domestic articles. Potters from the Westerwald, Kannebäckerland and Urberach came here to sell their wares, especially their ceramic bowls and pots. These were known in the Frankfurt dialect as 'Dippe' from which the event soon took its name. Over the years, more and more fairground booths and popular attractions joined the market as well. The Dippemess today is Frankfurt’s largest fair and a lot of fun :)

  • Rio Carnival

    shared by jorgesato on 2011-03-21

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    shared by decafujita on 2011-01-16

  • Work vs. Rio

    shared by bernardocople on 2010-09-03

    Às vezes pode ser bem difícil trabalhar no Rio de Janeiro. • Sometimes could be very hard to work in this city.

  • #13028976

    shared by rodrigoalmeida on 2011-04-09

  • Lomo in Rio

    shared by jorgesato on 2011-05-13

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    shared by felipemendes on 2011-10-07

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    shared by rodrigoalmeida on 2011-03-31

  • POOL

    shared by bdcelio on 2010-02-28

  • Lord of the land

    shared by wil6ka on 2009-04-25

    Well, there are some landmarks, that are hard to discover, because, they are just there, very exposed not hidden at all. Take the Chinese wall, the pyramids od Egypt or Christ the Redeemer. No wonder that Emmerich destroys them all very neatly in is apocaliptic motion pictures, hence everybody knows them and sheds a tear. Thank god Jesus didn’t leave us, he is right there in Rio de Janeiro. I got very lucky indeed. I went for my birthday to Brazil to visit my embraced lomo-friends Andi and Bru, and on that very anniversary I was in Rio and until that day Cristo was covered for several days in mist and clouds. Just hours before I had to go to the airport the sky cleared up and Jesus appeared. I would call it a miracle. He is erected on Corcovado Mountain and there are several ways to get to the peak. You could take a cablecar, walk (better not), take car or busses. There will be actually several minibuses on the starting point of the cablecar, that might make a special deal with you. Together with fellow travellers or friends you can have a reasonable cheap ride up and the best is, that you can stop at several platforms to snap away some pictures. I went up with a funny guy from southern Brazil. He had a very cheap camera, but with film. So he was my friend, even more so, after I gave him a roll, when he needed one. But our conversation pretty much was reduced to following situation: him pointing me where he wanted a portrait of himself with Christ. And that happened about 45 times! Half of all postcards from Rio probably show Christo in one way or another. Therefore you instantly think he must be a merry big fellow. But funny enough he is just 40 meters high. It’s the 700 meter high Corcovado mountain and the prime spot on it that makes you think he must be as big as a skyscraper. But he surely is heavy with over 635 tons of concrete. Is outer layers are made of soapstone, which is quite interesting. Because in February 2008 a heavy electrical storm hit the statue but left it unharmed, due to the insulating effect of the soapstone. Some others may see a heavenly connection, but I leave that up to the discussion. Cristo Redentor is considered to be the largest Art Deco Statue in the world and I like its style very much. As a representation of Catholicism it is rather embracing faith than intimidating, like many Jesus-figures of the European Medieval Ages. I reckon the statue surely is the main tourist attraction of Rio and maybe the most known symbol of Brazil. It attracts over 300.000 visitors each year, but I didn’t really have the feeling it is crowded on the top, but that might depends on the season. The view onto the sugarloaf and the city is amazing. You might see paragliders fly by and most spectacular you will see Jesus vanish in the haze and clouds. He appears and goes, even when you just a few meters away. That kind of shows you, that heaven can be far or close, no matter where you are.

  • #14782520

    shared by felipemendes on 2011-11-25

  • #15075310

    shared by bernardocople on 2012-01-08

    Taken in the Museum of Modern Art - MAM - gardens, in Rio de Janeiro.

  • Lomo in Rio

    shared by jorgesato on 2011-05-13

  • Lomo in Rio

    shared by jorgesato on 2011-05-13

  • #11500057

    shared by leocardarelli on 2010-06-28

    Nandaurbano and I went on the roof to shoot some World Cup inspired pictures for the brazilian rumble!

  • 1st time with the Spinner. Still learning.

    shared by rodrigoalmeida on 2011-04-03

  • #15005448

    shared by bernardocople on 2011-12-30

  • Lomo in Rio

    shared by jorgesato on 2011-05-13

  • #15846907

    shared by monamarques on 2012-04-17

  • #10992369

    shared by eva_eva on 2010-01-29

  • STOP

    shared by ankos on 2011-11-19

  • Poker chips

    shared by ankos on 2012-01-05

  • Poker chips

    shared by ankos on 2012-01-05

  • #15536286

    shared by ankos on 2012-03-09

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    shared by ankos on 2012-04-06

  • #11090362

    shared by princilawoo on 2010-03-06