• Double Anniversary Party at Lomography Gallery Store Madrid - Echegaray

    2012-11-28 #news
    Double Anniversary Party at Lomography Gallery Store Madrid - Echegaray

    Lomography turned 20 years old and our Gallery Store Madrid Echegaray, turned 10. And of course we hosted a big party! Eager to find out how the party evolved during that wonderful night? Read on after the jump.

  • What are Your Top 10 Favorite Films?

    written by warning on 2012-07-10 #gear
    What are Your Top 10 Favorite Films?

    Wild at Heart, Buffalo 66, Paris,Texas, Secretary, Lost in Translation... It's hard to select only ten tittles -- at least for me. But actually what I wanted to share with you today are my favorite photographic films!

  • Unforgettable Party: Launching La Sardina Splendour

    2012-04-19 #news #videos
    Unforgettable Party: Launching La Sardina Splendour

    On Thursday, 12th of April, we launched the newest analogue beauty, La Sardina Splendour. It was a night to remember for some of us...

  • My Bestest LomoFriend

    written by warning on 2011-06-17
    My Bestest LomoFriend

    My best LomoFriend is English, although he’s acclimated perfectly to Spanish life. He likes zipping around Madrid on his bike. He hides from its unforgiving sun by climbing into the freezers in Carrefour. At weekends he escapes to his girlfriend's village in Castilla La Mancha. When he's old, he’d like to go and live in the Scottish Highlands. My best LomoFriend is an artist who wields pencils just as well as he handles cameras. My best LomoFriend is bensozia.

  • ‘In a Village in La Mancha…’

    written by warning on 2011-03-10 #places
    ‘In a Village in La Mancha…’

    At this point, they came in sight of thirty or forty windmills that there are on that plain and as soon as Don Quixote saw them he said to his squire: “Fortune is arranging matters for us better than we could have shaped our desires ourselves, for look there, friend Sancho Panza, where thirty or more monstrous giants present themselves, all of whom I mean to engage in battle and slay, and with whose spoils we shall begin to make our fortunes; for this is righteous warfare, and it is God’s good service to sweep so evil a breed from off the face of the earth.”

  • Take Your Best Shot

    written by warning on 2010-12-07
    Take Your Best Shot

    Have you ever had an idea for an amazing photo and the only thing missing was a model? Don’t panic, you can always use yourself. Here a re a few tips using most of Lomography's cameras!

  • Himeji Castle

    written by warning on 2010-11-05 #places
    Himeji Castle

    If you want to step in to an Akira Kurosawa film don’t miss the coastal city of Himeji and contemplate the most visited castle in Japan. A trip to Himeji to see one of the best-preserved medieval buildings in Japan is well worth it. It was declared a National Treasure and a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993.

  • Gothic Lolitas and Japanese Rockabillies.

    written by warning on 2010-11-04 #places
    Gothic Lolitas and Japanese Rockabillies.

    Wandering around the Harajuku district is like finding oneself in a science fiction film. Its parks and streets are filled with Victorian dolls, anime characters, Danny Zuku impersonators and other similar freaks. You’re guaranteed a spectacle.

  • Iwatayama, The Monkey Park

    written by warning on 2010-11-04 #places
    Iwatayama, The Monkey Park

    A peaceful haven in the heart of traditional Japan. After getting to know Tokyo, my friends and I boarded the bullet train to the old capital of Japan, Kyoto (an obligatory stop in the land of the rising sun. Be sure to put quite a few days aside for this cultural hotspot.

  • The Imposing, Floating Torii

    written by warning on 2010-11-03 #places
    The Imposing, Floating Torii

    One of the most photographed places in Japan, this is a clear and spectacular example of the fusion of nature with man’s handy work. The warrior chief Taira no Kivomori, built the first Torii in the 12th century. The current structure (constructed in 1875) measures about 16 metres in height and has a four-pillar structure for stability.