Tag: analog

  • Spot the Difference: Analog vs Digital

    written by mrwhiteman on 2013-01-02
    Spot the Difference: Analog vs Digital

    A field test to compare digital and analog photography.

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  • Minolta SR-T 102

    written by reneg88 on 2011-03-23 #gear
    Minolta SR-T 102

    Let's talk about the perfect camera for all of us obsessive compulsive lomographers who always need to get the perfect exposure, focus and depth of field in every picture. There's no way to not get the results you want with this camera.

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  • Pure and Personal: An Interview With Sophie van der Perre (NSFW)

    written by bgaluppo on 2015-06-04 #people
    Pure and Personal: An Interview With Sophie van der Perre (NSFW)

    Sophie van der Perre shoots friends and muses in spontaneous moments that give the viewer mixed feelings of nostalgia and freedom. Based in Amsterdam, the young Belgian photographer combines fashion and documentary photography in natural, seductive and extremely intimate portraits.

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  • Canon EOS 630: The Perfect Camera for Everyday Life

    written by muddymire on 2011-07-15 #gear #people
    Canon EOS 630: The Perfect Camera for Everyday Life

    Community Member @muddymire shares with us why the Canon EOS is their daily shooter!

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  • Yashica TL Electro

    written by eatcpcks on 2010-09-29 #gear
    Yashica TL Electro

    This camera was given by my father a few years ago when I just started digital photography. Like every camera I gave him a name… Jimmy cause of the atom design on the camera… It has a 50mm 1.7 and a pretty awesome look!

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  • "Still, For a While": A Series Of Intimate Self-Portraits by Phoebe Barrett

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-06-14 #people
    "Still, For a While": A Series Of Intimate Self-Portraits by Phoebe Barrett

    Phoebe Barrett's black and white self-portraits will leave you speechless. In an interview for our magazine, Phoebe reveals what influenced her photographic style the most as well as what film photography means to her.

  • Canon FTb: A Great Teacher

    written by duringmyheyday on 2011-12-05 #gear
    Canon FTb: A Great Teacher

    If you're looking to learn more about the relationships between apertures and shutter speeds, the Canon FTb will be a great teacher.

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  • Secondhand Love Affair: My Zenit 122

    written by sirio174 on 2012-02-17 #gear
    Secondhand Love Affair: My Zenit 122

    My first reflex was a Zenit E, my true "photography teacher." After this camera, I bought other Zenit models, as a Zenit EM, a TTL...funny cameras to shoot with, but they are are QUITE HEAVY. So, some years ago, I had a great secondhand affair with a Zenit 122. Same family, but with less weight to carry.

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  • Diving Into The Unknown: An Interview With Boogie

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2016-12-01 #people
    Diving Into The Unknown: An Interview With Boogie

    Photography became his creative escape in the 90's when his country was facing a civil war. Years later, he moved to New York where he continued doing what he loves the most. Boogie had various exhibitions over the years and his sixth monograph "A Wah Do Dem" was one of the most controversial ones.

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  • Editing your LomoKino film into a Movie

    written by tomas_bates on 2011-11-04 #gear #tutorials
    Editing your LomoKino film into a Movie

    There are all kinds of editing programs which you can use to edit your LomoKino scans into a movie – In this article, we’ll give you a round-up of four of them…

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  • Nikon N6006: The Beast from '91

    written by reneg88 on 2011-03-30 #gear
    Nikon N6006: The Beast from '91

    For 1991 this camera had all of the new technologies of the top of the line cameras. Today, 20 years later, it still is a spectacular and dependable camera.

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  • Secret Life Of A Photographer: Jessica M. Kirk

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-02-24 #people
    Secret Life Of A Photographer: Jessica M. Kirk

    Sometimes we forget that photographers are just humans with their own everyday routines. This time Jessica Kirk lets us into her world and reveals what's a typical day like in her life.

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  • Sagrada Familia

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places
    Sagrada Familia

    I haven't had so much experience with South-Europe so far. I was always more attached to the east and far-east. But Barcelona certainly changed my mind about what there is to expect from the south. I mean we don't even have to mention the food! I live with a Spanish girl and she constantly gets the finest oil and ham from her parents. And we don't have to mention the weather, I rather not, I live in Hamburg!

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  • Analogue: A Photography Paradise finally opens in Prague!

    2013-09-12 #places
    Analogue: A Photography Paradise finally opens in Prague!

    Fans of film photography can rejoice! Now you can find a store for analogue photography situated in the city centre of Prague. This brand-new 'Analogue' store offers products you might have missed at the Czech photography market. Here you can find a wide selection of analogue cameras, accessories, films and enjoy various photography services. 'Analogue' is a film photography store that combines traditions, design, style, inspiration and loads of fun.

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  • Kota Tua (Old Town), Jakarta

    written by cinzinc on 2009-05-14 #places
    Kota Tua (Old Town), Jakarta

    Kota Tua or the Old Town of Jakarta is now a place of history and heritage. It was built up by the Dutch during their reign, and then of course the Indonesians finally reclaimed their place. The purpose of the Old Town was for commerce because it was a strategic location, and rich in resources.

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  • Captivating Portraits Of Women: An Interview With Ray Litsala

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-10-31 #people
    Captivating Portraits Of Women: An Interview With Ray Litsala

    Ray Litsala is a one-of-a-kind analog photographer who enjoys portraying women just the way they are; beautiful and confident. His models inspire him to create magical photographs, and along the way, he also tells their stories.

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  • Capturing Women's Essence: An Interview With Ramon Jamar

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-08-26 #people
    Capturing Women's Essence: An Interview With Ramon Jamar

    "Women are art in my eyes. It’s the diversity of a woman that truly inspires me and influences the images I create," explains an inspiring film photographer Ramon Jamar

  • 2012: A Year of Analogue Passion

    written by bloomchen on 2013-01-10
    2012: A Year of Analogue Passion

    This last year was my first full year in this great community. I got in touch with very nice and interesting people around the globe and I saw many many great pictures which in fact wasn´t helpful for my bank account. I was really inspired by a lot of shots you took and so I badly had to buy this and that and try this or that. But thanks a lot for the input. Here, I want to show you my favorite shots of the last 12 months, one for each month, which is pretty hard to choose. You won't miss my best failures too, and the ones I like from the best of the community.

  • Ron Boyd's Magical Representation of Women

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-08-27 #people
    Ron Boyd's Magical Representation of Women

    We were absolutely stunned with Ron Boyd's photographs the first time we saw them! They are bold and inspiring and represent Boyd's way of seeing the world around him.

  • The Impressive Pentax P3N

    written by ajagee24701 on 2013-11-24 #gear
    The Impressive Pentax P3N

    The Pentax P3N is an SLR camera that might just surprise you with its ease of use and brilliant results! It's an affordable SLR with stunning clarity in the photos that it takes.

  • My Week In Film: December 1st-7th, 2014

    written by alienmeatsack on 2014-12-08
    My Week In Film: December 1st-7th, 2014

    December brings with it Winter, the end of the year and the last chances to get those photographs taken that you wanted to do the rest of the year. I decided to kick off December with a slew of photography adventures and a few camera purchases.

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  • Pieces of Berlin Make Their Way to NYC

    written by efrost on 2014-09-29 #news #people
    Pieces of Berlin Make Their Way to NYC

    Photographer Florian Reischauer is no stranger to the Lomography community. In 2013, our LomoAmigo took a Lubitel 166+ out for a spin and told us about his famous blog, "Pieces of Berlin". A few years earlier, he took time to take part in the 5 Questions on Analogue Photographyseries. Now, we’re here to give you the latest scoop on Florian Reischauer and his next appearance in NYC to present his new book which was based off of his blog, "Pieces of Berlin 2009-2013".

  • Analogue Approaches to Visual Arts: Analog Visuals from Music to Images

    written by andredimu on 2011-08-05 #news
    Analogue Approaches to Visual Arts: Analog Visuals from Music to Images

    Analog Visuals are analog projections for concerts and cultural event by Vitaily Harmash (belarussian electronic musician), Jerzy Mazzoll (polish clarinettist) and the visual artists Marcin and Tomek Ebert.

  • Sant Miquel (Barcelona)

    written by vicuna on 2008-05-09 #places
    Sant Miquel (Barcelona)

    The beach of Sant Miquel just at the end of the area of Barceloneta (and often called Barceloneta Beach), is one of the famous beaches of Barcelona. Sure, many tourists are going to this beach in the summer, and in the middle of the afternoon it's really full and difficult to find a place... But if you go there early in the morning (8.00 am or after 7.00 pm) or in the late afternoon, you'll have the beach almost for you alone :).

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  • Cherry Blossoms in Taichung

    written by duringmyheyday on 2012-04-24 #places
    Cherry Blossoms in Taichung

    My only expedition to see the cherry blossoms this year took me to Dakeng, Taichung in Taiwan. We visited Taichung over the long weekend back in February and my friends decided to make the trip to a private plot of cherry trees that was kindly made public by the owner for the first time this year. There are other famous cherry blossoms viewing spots in Taiwan, for example: Yangminshan National Park, Wuling Farm and Alishan Forest but they are usually way too crowded during the peak of blooming.

  • World Wide Fun Exhibition by Lomography LC-Wide at Peek

    written by edwinchau on 2011-06-01 #news
    World Wide Fun Exhibition by Lomography LC-Wide at Peek

    "World Wide Fun" Exhibition by Lomography LC-Wide in Peek! presents the latest innovation in the Lomo Legacy, the LC-Wide!!

  • Lago di Fiastra

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places
    Lago di Fiastra

    I recently took my vacation in the Marche, which is a neat area in the middle of Italy. Very calm and decently close to the Adriatic Sea and the port of Ancona. It has all the treats of the Italian landscape, having mountains and seaside alike.

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  • Lake Geneva

    written by vicuna on 2008-05-09 #places
    Lake Geneva

    I discovered the Lake Geneva this summer during a little week end at friend's home. Wasn't exactly at Geneva, but in the nice city of Nyons, about 20 km from Geneva but still at the lake! This lake is really huge and the panorama that's in front of you let's you think about a seaside and not the Alps!!

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  • Blue Lagoon

    written by wil6ka on 2008-05-09 #places
    Blue Lagoon

    Iceland surely is a strange place. One of the most astonishing sites is the blue lagoon. Well. It's a hot thermal source. But it's more than that. It lay in the middle of a field of volcanic stones, a rough moon-like field. The Bath is close to the seaside, that's why there are Sea-Minerals in the water and on you. It's a habit to put a white mineral-paste on you skin.

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  • Semenyih Dam

    written by reinertlee on 2008-05-09 #places
    Semenyih Dam

    Do you love fishing? Actually fishing was not my real hobby. My boss is the one who knows fishing very well and often takes me to fish. Semenyih is a small town located in Selangor, Malaysia. It shares its name with Semenyih River, which is the main river passing near the town.