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  • Triana (Sevilla)

    written by kvboyle on 2008-09-29 #places
    Triana (Sevilla)

    Across the Guadalquivir from the old heart of Sevilla is Triana, the barrio of the city known for flamenco and for being a great place for a tapa and a glass of manzanilla. The streets closest to the river are impossibly narrow, with houses whitewashed and hung with pots of geraniums, or painted in the distinctive red paint of the city.

  • Amoreira Beach (Aljezur)

    written by tmmluis on 2008-09-29 #places
    Amoreira Beach (Aljezur)

    Located in the Atlantic coast of the Algarve the Amoreira beach is a beautiful place to visit. It belongs to the Aljezur municipality (the word is derived from the Arabic word "Aljuzur" (الجزر), the plural of island) and it's one of the many beaches hidden in the rocky cliffs that characterizes this region.

  • Lubitel Tales

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-29 #news
    Lubitel Tales

    The Lubitel is one of the most celebrated cameras to come out of the LOMO factory in St. Petersburg. This beauty has been marveled at by many a photographer and now we want to pay homage to its existence with a special tribute!

  • pan_dre's Shopping Guide

    written by pan_dre on 2008-09-29 #news
    pan_dre's Shopping Guide

    Welcome to the first installement of pan_dre's shopping guide, your source for all the happings around's online shop.

  • Prachaup Khiri Khan (Kui Buri)

    written by hhjm on 2008-09-29 #places
    Prachaup Khiri Khan (Kui Buri)

    Kui Buri is district in Prachaup Khiri Khan, in the south of Thailand. Most people earn a living as a farmer or a fisherman because the big area is plain and near the Gulf of Thailand. The beach at Kui Buri very quiet and native. There is a small village around here. No big hotel or department store.

  • Photokina Interview

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-29 #news

    For all the German speaking Lomographers the world over, Wolfgang Stranzinger, one of the founders of LSI, talks to "Happy Shooting": about Lomography at Photokina. Have a look :)

  • Location of the Week

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-29 #news
    Location of the Week

    This weeks winner of the "Location of the Week" award is "kylewis": for her entry "Dune De Pilat": a sand dune in the south western of France. The award is given based on quality of text and pictures and this weeks winning entry truly is an example of a good review.

  • Gsellmann's Weltmaschine (Gsellmann's world machine)

    written by agrimony on 2008-09-29 #places
    Gsellmann's Weltmaschine (Gsellmann's world machine)

    When you go on a holiday to Styria, a wonderful province of Austria with a breathtaking landscape, you will maybe hear of Gsellmann’s Weltmaschine. Franz Gsellmann who created this strange machine without any practical use was a farmer in Edelsbach near Feldbach in the middle of the Eastern Styrian Vulkanland.

  • The Closing Days of Photokina

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-29 #news
    The Closing Days of Photokina

    Have a look at these videos that were shoot during the final hours of this years Photokina! Its been a a great week for Lomo!

  • Round-the-Clock Rumble: Amidst a Sea of People

    written by kazarareta on 2008-09-29 #news
    Round-the-Clock Rumble: Amidst a Sea of People

    From the sea of red-tinted hues, we now move on back to our themed rumbles from a quite exhilarating trip to redscale and double exposures.

  • Lomography RedScale (35mm, 100 iso) staff-review

    written by d_i_d on 2008-09-29 #gear
    Lomography RedScale (35mm, 100 iso) staff-review

    What we have here is nothing short of a ground-shaking and hand-clapping revolution in analog photography. This is the world’s very first pre-loaded and ready-to-shoot RedScale film – designed to re-cast your image in a sea of powerful and seriously intense red, orange, and yellow tones.

  • Levoca oldtown

    written by jogintas on 2008-09-29 #places
    Levoca oldtown

    Levoca is nothing special when you're looking to the map of eastern Slovakia. If you are traveling in this area (national parks, castles and so on), it would be a crime not to stop in the Levoca town. Take a break near the gate of Kosice, which is a monument and of course the main doors to the old town treasures of this beautiful town.

  • Dune De Pilat

    written by kylewis on 2008-09-28 #places
    Dune De Pilat

    What an incredible sight, as you stand at the base of the Dune after walking through all the touristy stuff. The heat is amazing and its so bright, it spreads out before you like a wall of sand. A staircase seems to grow out of the Dune so you can attempt to climb it without feeling like you are crossing the Sahara, of course climbing what appears to be a vertical staircase in the heat is not easy work.

  • Hiking in Terchova

    written by jogintas on 2008-09-28 #places
    Hiking in Terchova

    I just adore mountains... Especially when I can feel them with my feet. I mean, hiking is one of the best options if you want to rearrange your ideas, reinstall the mind and have hours of time spent with yourself.

  • Dutch Vintage Ads for Russian Cams

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-28 #news
    Dutch Vintage Ads for Russian Cams

    "swieconek": from the community visited a fleamarket some time ago in Bruges, Belgium and came across some real vintage goodies: A store booklet containing original Dutch ads for Russian cameras in their youth (1968)!

  • Tipster Of The Day: Analogue Pixelization

    written by kylethefrench on 2008-09-28 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster Of The Day: Analogue Pixelization

    Recently, in an effort for the film purists to co-exist with the inevitable digital dominance, we were told about the technicalities of how to digitise your lovely lo-fi lomographs with what they call "PPI and DPI": and its practical uses in our daily life.

  • Photokina News - Saturday At The Lomography Lounge

    written by snoop on 2008-09-28 #news
    Photokina News - Saturday At The Lomography Lounge

    Here are some quick impressions from Saturday at the Photokina: we, "snoop": and "recurving":, arrived early this morning, "ouroborosx": was already here (sporting the up-and-coming Lubitel+), to join the rest of the staff at the booth. Some things we have seen so far:

  • BTS Skytrain (Bangkok)

    written by eazy360 on 2008-09-28 #places
    BTS Skytrain (Bangkok)

    Not all too trustful of the tuk-tuks? In Thailand's congested capital, the efficient transport backbone is the Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) Skytrain, which was opened to the public in 1999 and currently undergoing expansion. Modeled after Vancouver's, this elevated rail system runs through 23 stations along two lines- Silom and Sukhumvit-that tangentially interchange at Siam Station.

  • Vilkija ferry place

    written by jogintas on 2008-09-28 #places
    Vilkija ferry place

    There are two ways to reach the Baltic coast of Lithuania traveling from the most of other lithuanian or european places. The first one and the fastest is the highway (lithuanian "autostrada"): higher speeds, two lanes and the journey lasts not so long.

  • My LomoStory by johann_affendy

    written by shhquiet on 2008-09-27 #news
    My LomoStory by johann_affendy

    Back when I was a social networking addict, I was always in search of new ways to edit my self-portraits; hoping it would spice up my 3.2 megapixel pictures. One day while scouring the Internet for tutorials, I stumbled across a Photoshop Action titled "lomography". The writer had a before-and-after comparison of a normal photograph and the lomo version of that same picture. The outcome, although digitally manipulated, piqued my interest enough to google more on lomography.

  • Karlův Most (Prague)

    written by rosalitaoftherocks on 2008-09-27 #places
    Karlův Most (Prague)

    Daylight brings the crowds to Charles Bridge.. peddlers of paintings, drawings, jewelry and every sort of art imaginable. They accost and are accosted by tourists unceasingly. The only way the mob is unmanaged is when you are at a distance, unable to hear the roar of selling and buying.

  • Beier Beroquick

    written by shhquiet on 2008-09-27 #gear
    Beier Beroquick

    The Beroquick is the export version of the popular Beirette camera - an easy-to-use plastic camera from the German Beier factory. Among the huge East German optical production, there's one factory that produced a very simple and popular camera: the Beirette.

  • Terchova

    written by jogintas on 2008-09-27 #places

    Ahoy, you mountain lovers! Ahoy, you hikers and extreme leisure activity fans! This is a story from the heart of Mala Fatras mountainous region in Slovakia's north-west. It is not so easy to find it, so please take a look at the map. OK, first thing when you get there, you need to find a place to stay (that's easy - a lot of motels, hotels, accommodation offers from the natives and so on).

  • Lomography Diana+ - Staff Review

    written by shhquiet on 2008-09-27 #gear
    Lomography Diana+ - Staff Review

    A faithful reproduction of the '60s iconic camera of the same name, the Diana+ retains the best features and offers an all-new functionality. Back in the 1960s, a plastic camera made waves in Hong Kong. It was called the Diana - a lightweight medium-format camera manufactured by the Great Wall Plastics factory. It was inexpensive and easy to use, and can produce dreamy, soft-focus images that lo-fi enthusiasts go crazy about. The Diana was such a big hit, inspiring rival companies to make copies and knock-offs of the iconic camera.

  • My First Polaroid-Style Instants

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-27 #news
    My First Polaroid-Style Instants

    My first experiences with the "Fuji Instax mini 7s": came earlier this week when I (I'm the guy in a black shirt) headed off into the city with some friends to a karaoke bar. When I took the camera out of my bag they at first did not think much of it. After a few photos they were all hooked!

  • Hooked on the Fish

    written by halfawakehaiku on 2008-09-27 #gear
    Hooked on the Fish

    Ridiculously fun, absolutely flexible and always dependable. I bought a Fisheye 2 Camera a year ago. It was supposed to be a platform for catharsis and the vehicle that would introduce me to the wonderful world of Lomography. Now countless rolls later and an arsenal of cameras at hand it remains to be the closest one to my heart.

  • Roost Juice+Bar (Johor Bharu)

    written by weechonghooi on 2008-09-27 #places
    Roost Juice+Bar (Johor Bharu)

    During the Johor Bharu Every LOMOBody trip, our main activity had finally came the the beginning. All of us arrived in the Roost Juice+Bar with a complete different style, to match the theme of the "Colorful Night".

  • Behind the Scenes: Q&A with reinertlee

    written by shhquiet on 2008-09-26 #news
    Behind the Scenes: Q&A with reinertlee

    Reinert Lee "": is a graphic designer in Klang, Malaysia. He's an all-time heavy metal fan who likes taking photographs and is into everything Lomography!

  • Poprad

    written by jogintas on 2008-09-26 #places

    If you're interested in High Tatras situated in Slovakia, then you just have to make an appointment with a city, called Poprad. Poprad has an historic centre, an international airport and, what is most interesting for us, lomographers - an attractive Tatranská elektrická železnica (Tatra Electric Railway).

  • The Lomography Redscale Negative 35mm Film

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-26 #news
    The Lomography Redscale Negative 35mm Film

    This is the world’s very first pre-loaded and ready-to-shoot RedScale film – designed to re-cast your image in a sea of powerful and seriously intense red, orange, and yellow tones. With your “red-eyes” fully focused, allow us to show you this wunderbar effect – all thanks to a very special film that’s spooled on the wrong side.