Requested Posts for January 2013


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Requested Posts are what we are looking for now and will earn you 10 Piggy Points. If there’s something you want to write about that fits the submissions guidelines but is not on the list, submit it anyway, you will get 5 Piggy Points!

This Month’s Requests


While we are no longer accepting submissions for News articles, we still want your tips! Tips are considered articles where Lomography or analogue photography are featured. Shoot us an e-mail at, and you will be credited for every approved/published tip!

Analogue Lifestyle

  • New Year celebrations on film: You must have a roll or two of film spent to document the New Year celebrations of your family and community, so why don’t you share your photos with us and tell us how your countdown went!
  • Your Analogue Resolutions: Now that we have a fresh, new year ahead of us, it’s time once again for us to roll out those resolutions — promises we intend to keep to make our analogue lives a lot better this 2013!
  • Your Analogue Bucket List: Aside from those resolutions, why don’t you also share with us your analogue bucket list — plans, wishes, aspirations you wish you can achieve, analogue-wise, for the year ahead.
  • Belair Bliss: Yep, we’re looking at you, proud owners of the dashing Belair X- 6-12 cameras! We want to hear about your stories of blissful shooting with Lomography’s newest medium format wonder!

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The Land Down Under: It’s Australia Day on January 26th, so to celebrate, we’d like to put the spotlight on some of the breath-taking spots in “The Land Down Under.” Cafes, restaurants, parks, museums, shopping districts, beaches — whether a tourist favorite or somewhere off the beaten path — wherever in Australia you’ve been, we’d like for you to take us there with your stories and photos!

The Golden Gate of San Francisco: When the construction for the Golden Gate Bridge began in early January 1933, people probably did not expect that it would become a most famous landmark many decades later. It’s certainly one of the most beautiful and photographed bridges in the world, so if you have some stunning lomographs of San Francisco, California’s towering treasure, share them with us and tell something about them!

Ellis Island: Millions of immigrants to the United States used to pass through this island in Upper New York Bay from 1892 until 1954, but now, many curious tourists visit the historic island instead. If you’ve been to Ellis Island, why don’t you show us around and tell us something about this place of history?



  • Belair X 6-12
  • Diana Baby 110
  • Diana Mini Premier Cru
  • LC-A+ 20th Anniversary Edition
  • Horizon Kompakt


  • Any 110 film
  • Lomography Color X-Pro Sunset Strip 100 35mm
  • Lomography Color Negative 800 120
  • Lobster 110 Redscale
  • Fuji Pro 160S 35mm


  • Belairgon 90mm f/8 Lens
  • Fritz the Blitz 2.0
  • Lomokino Handgrip
  • Digitaliza 110
  • Lomo Life Book

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  • Belair tips: So, you have a new and gorgeous Belar X 6-12, and you must have been having fun playing around with it! Why don’t you share with us would-be Belair owners some tips and tricks when shooting with Lomography’s newest medium format offering?
  • Long exposure tips: Calling all long exposure experts! We want to learn your take on this photographic technique. Whether it’s night photography, light paintings, or star trails (we’re especially curious about this!), show us, tell us your long exposure tips!
  • Scanning tips for 110 films: While many have taken interest in shooting 110 film again with the release of Lomography’s 110 films and cameras, perhaps they also need help with scanning their teeny film strips. Maybe you have a tip or two for scanning 110 films with or without using the Digitaliza 110? Send them right in!

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Regular Contributions

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written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-01-01 #news #january #requested-posts #2013

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