One of the most beloved features on the old site was the user blog – and it’s about to come back. Not to be confused with our Magazine, this is your personal space to write about pretty much anything.
We will launch it later this month, but right now we need some testers who want to give it a try and help us iron out the edges. How to become a tester? Just add a comment to this article with a short entry what you’ve been up to today or what you would like to write about in your own blog… We pick ten (or more) of you then!
Update: Everyone who wants to test this feature please follow the directions here. Or type this url into your browser (replacing your-username with – well – your username): www.lomography.com/homes/your-username/blog, click on “create new blog entry” on the top right and create your first entry. You need to fill out three fields: title for the title, summary for the intro paragraph (to be shown on the overview page and with a bigger font right at the very start and body (which is the entry itself). Let us know here what you think about it and also post the links to your first entries! And please note: this is still Beta and things might be buggy, so don’t enter any super personal stuff up here (yet).
Hamish Gill has a passion for compact cameras and writes about them on his blog 35mmc. He also loves pretty much anything related to film photography, including lenses, which is why we lent him the New Russar+ lens to try out.
What makes Game of Thrones one of the most popular shows (if not the most) to date is its beautiful writing. However, let's give credit to the aesthetics, too. The show's pretty consistent and thematic on showing the colors of "ice and fire", a subtle hint of its visual storytelling.
What better way to celebrate pride than to absorb yourself in its history, come along to the Soho store, learn about and document sites of Carnaby's rich queer history using the Diana F+, We will also be exploring the colourful possibility of the Sprocket Rocket on a workshop using our punchy x-pro.
Sometimes, you can't help but wish for the days to snow forever. The winter is when all life forms retreat to their homes and become recluses, awarding themselves with the much-needed rest they deserve after eleven months of work-and-play. This Monday Moodboard is a glimpse of the hibernating days.
What's the word, "Technicolor"? When watching old colored films, both live-action and animated, we often see the trademark in title cards. In the old days, it was the motion picture process that innovated the picture arts.