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  • Palma De Mallorca

    written by callumbum on 2008-09-25 #places
    Palma De Mallorca

    As the Hotel Hawaii as my base I could explore both Palma Nova and Magaluf as they were both equal distances from the hotel (which should be on the map.) There was a great snorkeling area round the hotel as it stuck out into the sea, this gave me plenty of opportunity to chase fishes with my fisheye and underwater housing.

  • Fuji Superia (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    written by adi_totp on 2008-09-25 #gear
    Fuji Superia (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    Fuji Superia ISO 400 is the most popular film in my country, Indonesia. It may not be the most popular film around but everyone here uses it to put in their camera. With ISO 400 you'll get bright colours, yellow will get even more yellower and the red is much more redder if you use this film.

  • Dianalogue Preview

    written by severin on 2008-09-25 #news
    Dianalogue Preview

    The colette x Lomography Dianalogue competition has been running for a week now. We've received some really nice submissions so far, from which we would like to share one with you. Don't forget to submit your own "through a woman's lens" Dianalogue before the 7th October deadline! <br/>

  • Royal Flush! Rumble Winners

    written by kazarareta on 2008-09-25 #news
    Royal Flush! Rumble Winners

    We've got two winners for the rumble who sealed the deal! Consider the handicap for this rumble as tough luck, just like the slot machine probability! Anyway, on with the winners -

  • Snatch! Announcement

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-24 #news
    Snatch! Announcement

    <b>Attention all Lomographers</b>

  • Studio 2 in Abbey Road (London)

    written by tommynorth on 2008-09-24 #places
    Studio 2 in Abbey Road (London)

    Abbey Road is the famous studio where The Beatles recorded a lot of their songs, albums, musical interludes and their final studio album Let it Be. (George told John to f off or something like that.)

  • Digital Grain - Pixel Pain

    written by somapic on 2008-09-24 #news
    Digital Grain - Pixel Pain

    How do you like spots, grain and scratches on your analogue film? I guess you just love them as much as I do. All the more it´s a shame we have to pixelize our beautiful detail loaded captures to show them off to the community online.

  • Fuji Cheki 55

    written by anglemort on 2008-09-24 #gear
    Fuji Cheki 55

    Fuji Cheki 55 is an instant cam, but moreover Fuji cheki 55 is LOVE!

  • Lomography at Photokina 2008

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-24 #news
    Lomography at Photokina 2008

    It’s the 5th time Lomography has been invited to participate in the world’s largest photo-imaging event, so we are going all out in celebration of the unique creative use of film coming from one million+ Lomographers worldwide! The LomoWall forms the focal-piece of our “Future is Analogue” exploration and bursts with over 100,000 amazing film images. The fantastic LomoWall takes centre-stage in the immense Lomography Lounge – which will play host to a huge array of analogue talks, events and parties over the next 5 days!

  • Père Lachaise, Paris, France

    written by grifter on 2008-09-24 #places
    Père Lachaise, Paris, France

    It has taken me a long time to visit the cemetery Père Lachaise in the 11th arrondissement in Paris. So after many years, I got on the metro and went.

  • Goodies from Photokina

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-24 #news
    Goodies from Photokina

    For those of you that could not make it to the Photokina this year, here is a another mix of goodies prepared for you, whether you are interested in a sneak preview of some new products to come or interested in alternative ways to use you favorite photos (maybe break dancing?), check these videos out:

  • Special Round-the-Clock Rumble: Bring It All Back

    written by kazarareta on 2008-09-24 #news
    Special Round-the-Clock Rumble: Bring It All Back

    For the second installment of our Round-the-Clock rumbles for this week, we want you to dig deep into your

  • Videos from Photokina

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-24 #news
    Videos from Photokina

    We are continuing our constant cover of the Photokina exhibition with videos. This section will be daily updated so be sure to check back (there might be sneak previews of new products to come). Until then, have a look at "what has already happened so far!":

  • A Day in Tanger

    written by camerao on 2008-09-24 #places
    A Day in Tanger

    Need a break from sunbathing because you are nearly looking like a tomato? no wind, or too much wind for surfing at Costa de la Luz?

  • Photokina - Video from First Evening Party

    written by snoop on 2008-09-24 #news

    Watch the Swing Sisters as they get into the mood for the first evening at the Photokina.

  • Mustallik - Independance Square Tashkent

    written by wil6ka on 2008-09-23 #places
    Mustallik - Independance Square Tashkent

    The biggest square in Toshkent is he independence square. With the change of Politics it changed it face and its significance over the decades and serves as a good example for the east in general. First it was the Cathedral Square fort he Orthodox Church, as the Russian Empire conquered the region.

  • Snap! Feature in a Magazine in Japan!

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-23 #news
    Snap! Feature in a Magazine in Japan!

    Our friends from "Snap!":, (a seasonal film and camera magazine, targeted at stylish young adults who enjoy photography and cameras, published in Japan) are planning a feature on double-exposure photography for Lomographers to enjoy and learn more about. People often think of double-exposure photos as something taken out of coincidence, but "Snap!": wants to encourage a new way of enjoying double-exposure photos taken with careful planning and calculation.

  • Fuji Instax 200

    written by larslau on 2008-09-23 #gear
    Fuji Instax 200

    With the Fuji Instax 200 you'll get the possibility to capture the moment - in wide format. And you definitely won't go unnoticed!

  • Ponce De Leon Springs

    written by rosalitaoftherocks on 2008-09-23 #places
    Ponce De Leon Springs

    This beautiful spring is named for Juan Ponce de León, who led the first Spanish expedition to Florida in 1513-as legend has it-in search of the "fountain of youth."

  • Photokina - First Day Report

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-23 #news
    Photokina - First Day Report

    We are here!

  • Special Round-the-Clock Rumble: Royal Flush!

    written by kazarareta on 2008-09-23 #news
    Special Round-the-Clock Rumble: Royal Flush!

    Are you ready to lay down your best cards at the table? This special rumble is all about what people line up for in Sin City - Gambling! Showcase your best *Diana* shots of playing cards with your poker face, dealing, rolling ka-chings at the slot machine or anything close to that. Show us how they showed you the money! Doing such, we'll show you even more in the form of fat piggy points for your lomohome!

  • Ilford XP2 (35mm, 400 iso)

    written by d_i_d on 2008-09-23 #gear
    Ilford XP2 (35mm, 400 iso)

    The Ilford XP2 maintains the look of a classic black and white film although it’s developed using C-41 chemistry. Contrast is high, while grain stays low.

  • The Grounds of Alberta's Legislature (Edmonton)

    written by dirklancer on 2008-09-23 #places
    The Grounds of Alberta's Legislature (Edmonton)

    As expected, the Alberta Legislature is the site of serious business for the government of one of Canada's wealthiest provinces. But it is also a great place to find families picnicking and playing in one of the many fountains, community groups gathering to celebrate a multitude of occasions, lobby groups protesting something or another, and young men proposing marriage to their lovely ladies (as I did nearly 10 years ago).

  • Ilford HP5 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    written by lolfox on 2008-09-23 #gear
    Ilford HP5 (35mm, 400 iso) user-review

    A friend in the darkroom: The most user friendly B&W film for analogue fiends... Its does all the hard work so you don't have to worry that much for a quite daunting process of doing monochrome photography.

  • Central Point

    written by strangelilgirl on 2008-09-22 #places
    Central Point

    The city of Central Point, located in Southern Oregon about 40 minutes from California, is home to just over 17,000 people. My parents moved us here when I was 3 years old in order to raise me in a clean environment, free of smog, with low crime rates and a good school system.

  • Location of the Week: Evergreen Rocky Mountains

    written by shhquiet on 2008-09-22 #news
    Location of the Week: Evergreen Rocky Mountains

    The Evergreen Rocky Mountains post by "lamia": has certainly grabbed our attention last week; and so we are awarding lamia with a Lomohome badge & 10 piggies! Congratulations!

  • Down By the Riverside (Ötztal Bahnhof)

    written by agrimony on 2008-09-22 #places
    Down By the Riverside (Ötztal Bahnhof)

    When it is getting warmer outside and the sun shines until late in the evening my favorite place to be is down by the riverside, about five minutes to walk from where my apartment is situated. The river is called Inn and it is the main river flowing through Tirol, the name of the province I live.

  • Urban Nomad Competition Grand Prize Winner!

    written by ouroborosx on 2008-09-22 #news
    Urban Nomad Competition Grand Prize Winner!

    We know that there is one question burning on everyone's minds lately. It is about choosing that one person who will stand out above the rest, who has the experience and strength to spread his or her image across the land.

  • Instant Photography Lives

    written by lucasjakobsson on 2008-09-22 #news
    Instant Photography Lives

    Polaroid-style photography is more alive than ever! This means all the Polaroid die-hards can finally throw off their black suits, come out of mourning and rejoice! While it may be true that Polaroid is getting out of the instant photography game, Fuji has taken the baton. Fuji Instax cameras are a new generation of instant camera. Using Polaroid know-how as a base Fuji has made big leaps ininstant photo technology - meaning faster development, more mod-cons, great colour reproduction and cheaper instant film. Lomography is pleased to present the most exciting new instant photo cameras and legendary Polaroid deadstock, plus all the instant film you could need!

  • Michigan Central Station (Detroit)

    written by graycard on 2008-09-22 #places
    Michigan Central Station (Detroit)

    Old buildings intrigue me. I think about the stories that could be told if the walls could talk. Michigan Central Station at 2405 West Vernor in Detroit opened in 1913 and operated as a passenger rail station until the last Amtrak train pulled away from the station on January 6, 1988.