Still Too Few Tearooms – a unique experience just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of Portobello Market.
A fantastic little Tea Room just off Portobello Road. You go down the metal staircase into the basement of an antiques shop and it feels like you’ve been transported back to Wartime London. The menu is very simple (tea, coffee, scones, cakes and sandwiches) and reasonably priced. A great location for a nostalgic pit stop before resuming shopping in Portobello Market.
Beyond the hustle and bustle of the Melting Pot of the World lies a bizarre underground maze shrouded in fearful mystery and urban legends. Photographer Kealan Shilling and his friends dare to wander around the Gates of Hell for a bold yet memorable adventure.
Lomography Gallery Store Soho is based in The Newburgh Quarter, a collection of streets tucked away to the side of Carnaby St, London. In this new series we interview the people who make this area so diverse and unique. Today we meet Robert Bagshaw, Keyholder for Fred Perry.
Escape the bustling city for a while and take refuge in the relaxing ambiance of lush forests and flower-filled parks. Don't forget to take the Lomo'Instant Automat with you for some unique photographs to keep your short yet refreshing trip by!
We are living in the time when very few things may surprise or shock us. However, being courageous to express emotions and show a naked female body is still a controversy and the topic of numerous discussions.
Do you long for the dreamy soft focus that only the Daguerreotype Achromat 2.9/64 Art Lens can give your photos? Grab it in the lens mount of your choice! Brass versions are now available for purchase in the shop!
The fast-paced world of fashion is Chris Pollard's area of expertise. To keep up with the industry's ever-changing face, he continuously explores and experiments with new concepts. Get to know our TEN AND ONE Awards Judge from London in this interview.
London-based live music photographer Jeremy Strange decided to take a break from the madness of music photography and took the Horizon Perfekt along with him on a journey to London, Norfolk and Edinburgh and even managed a ride on the London Eye.
Memory is a funny thing: it is what is left out of an experience, and yet unreliable to be accurate. Polish artist Weronika Gęsicka has found a way to manipulate memories by fragmenting them from vintage images and assembling them into new ones.