Tag: analogue lifestyle

  • True Colour of Lomography

    written by pikc on 2011-07-11
    True Colour of Lomography

    Some people may see Lomography as a brand, while others may see it as creative photography. Few people may admit that they never heard of Lomography or Lomographic Society even once, or maybe some of them want to have a fun with toy cameras and found Lomography's website.

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  • Please Don't Kill My Perfect Combination: Save X-Pro Chrome!

    written by cc-in-paris on 2013-03-06
    Please Don't Kill My Perfect Combination: Save X-Pro Chrome!

    So many cameras, so much film--how do you pick your favorite? When picking favorites, I must choose the trusty combination that ensures beautiful, wonderful photos, any time, any place: The Lomo LC-A+ and Lomography X-Pro Chrome. I must plead: please Lomography, bring back this film!

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  • The Colors of Nature

    written by gladys on 2011-09-22
    The Colors of Nature

    Have you ever wondered why the sky sometimes is blue, sometimes green, sometimes red or orange? I love taking pictures of the sky; how about you?

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  • Iconic Photographs Recreated Using LEGO Pieces

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2011-12-28
    Iconic Photographs Recreated Using LEGO Pieces

    Many of us are already familiar with some of the world's most iconic photographs. But, how do they look like when recreated using a different medium? Let's take a second look at these popular photographs interestingly rendered using LEGO pieces!

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  • Choosing Cameras to Travel With

    written by iaki on 2011-09-15
    Choosing Cameras to Travel With

    The sadness of having to leave some, and not being able to take them all!

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  • Whilst We Wait, We Won't Wither

    written by basterda on 2010-09-07 #news
    Whilst We Wait, We Won't Wither

    Loosely based on Jeff Nachtigall's (dirklancer) The Art of Waiting project, WHILST WE WAIT is a Philippine-based photo-project whose goal is to visualize the future through a heterogeneous analogue-mixture of film photographs and handwritten letters with vivid virtues of anticipation, perspective and waiting. Would you wait with us, too?

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  • My Flying 120N Holga

    written by dsyfer on 2013-05-16
    My Flying 120N Holga

    Working in the photography department at the South Australian School of Art for the last six years, I have seen photos shot from just about every angle conceivable. Developing my own work to stand out from the norm led me to combining a few obsessions; Holgas, electronics, and radio-controlled multirotor aircraft.

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  • LomoPeople Malaysia: Reem Shakira Aziz

    written by amirulshahrom on 2011-08-18
    LomoPeople Malaysia: Reem Shakira Aziz

    She is my fiancée and soon to be wife; she is my daily inspiration and the apple of my eye. We are friends and lovers. I met her 7 years ago at Multimedia University. We were friends back then and now we've officially been a couple for 1 and half years. Fellow lomographers, meet my fiancée and source of inspiration, Reem Shakira Aziz from Malaysia.

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  • Childhood in Analogue: A Letter to My Future Teenage Daughter

    written by projectsnap on 2012-11-06
    Childhood in Analogue: A Letter to My Future Teenage Daughter

    To my Sweetiepie Mica: Today, we welcome your baby brother Mason to our family, and I know it isn't easy for you adjusting to be a big sister. For the past wonderful 4 years, you have been my world and I hope I was able to give you happiness and fulfillment in this world.

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  • Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #2: David Richardson

    written by pictures on 2010-07-26
    Top 10 Interview with a Photographer Series #2: David Richardson

    Nowadays, it's very rare to encounter a professional photographer that shoots purely in analogue. David Richardson, photographer #2 in our Top 10 Interview with a Photographer series, certainly serves as an inspiration to all of us! Read on for more of his thoughts.

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  • 'The Goonies Mask' Project

    written by goonies on 2012-12-12
    'The Goonies Mask' Project

    About a year ago, after reviewing the film "Amélie," a crazy idea began to flash in my head. I thought, "it would be nice to travel around the world as the dwarf in the film," but I needed to find a way more comfortable and above all, more economical to do this.

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  • A Warm Welcome for the Lomography Malaysia Team!

    written by eva_eva on 2011-11-16 #news
    A Warm Welcome for the Lomography Malaysia Team!

    Welcome! Selamat Datang! 欢迎! நல்வரவு! In Malaysia, we share a culture between different races, we communicate with multi languages, we share the same mission towards a better future, and we share the same passion towards the love of analogue photography. In Lomography, we communicate with colorful Lomographs, and so, we do not have language barriers.

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  • Photography Projects to Try on Film

    2011-05-09
    Photography Projects to Try on Film

    Losing inspiration and motivation to shoot in film? Try some photography projects to jolt you back to your artistic self!

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  • 10 Weird Yet Awesome Vintage Halloween Costumes

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-10-26
    10 Weird Yet Awesome Vintage Halloween Costumes

    If you haven't decided yet on a crazy costume to wear for that upcoming Halloween party, we have some interesting stuff you might draw inspiration from. Find out what some quirky people from many decades past decided to wear for Halloween after the jump!

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  • The LC-Wide goes London Wide!

    written by littlemisslove on 2011-05-19
    The LC-Wide goes London Wide!

    A team of lucky Lomographers hit the streets of London armed with tons of film and brand new LC-Wide cameras, to shoot a very special stop-motion film!

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  • Japan's Whirling Photography

    written by ccchiii on 2012-07-25
    Japan's Whirling Photography

    A group of funky Japanese artists created the "rrrrrrrroll" project. They took half a year to photograph many "Whirling" themed photos. Be it a girl whirling by herself or an object whirling, these are animated photos, representing the concept of temporal flow.

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  • A Lomography Love Story

    written by shurly on 2011-02-09
    A Lomography Love Story

    How two Lomographers found friendship and love through a photo...

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  • Analogue Girl About Town: Something Wonderful

    written by blueskyandhardrock on 2013-02-19
    Analogue Girl About Town: Something Wonderful

    Most of us live our lives hoping that “something wonderful” would happen to us but if they don't come, we can always turn to the smaller stuff.

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  • The Lost Instant Camera: Kodak's CHAMP Kodamatic

    written by emperornorton on 2012-01-06
    The Lost Instant Camera: Kodak's CHAMP Kodamatic

    Eastman Kodak tried to break into the instant camera market. I adored what they produced, but a lawsuit by Polaroid stole the joy of my CHAMP Kodamatic.

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  • Papermade Diana F+

    written by deje on 2013-02-20
    Papermade Diana F+

    Paper filigree. I don't think many of you know what is it, except people with art degree. But, why don't we try to make a camera in such a way?

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  • The Lomo LC-W: A Wide New World

    written by ouroborosx on 2011-05-19
    The Lomo LC-W: A Wide New World

    The LC-W has been unleashed on the world, but to one Lomographer, it's a totally personal experience that brings back memories of early days with the LC-A and how the world never looked the same since.

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  • What is your favorite Kodak film?

    written by regina_falangi on 2012-12-04
    What is your favorite Kodak film?

    Not so long a ago, there was a wonderful time when finding slide film was much easier. Back then, so many rolls of film were sold. Brands such as Kodak could produce multiple types of slide film, each with their own look. At that time, film manufacturers even advertised in consumer magazines. Take a look at some Kodak memories.

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  • The Same Three: Shooting the Same Scene with Different Cameras

    written by bsmart on 2012-05-10
    The Same Three: Shooting the Same Scene with Different Cameras

    Taking photos of the same scene is a great way to understand how different cameras and films work. Here is a photographic journey of a few trees on Hampstead Heath.

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  • 10 Lomographs Every Mom will Love

    written by meerly on 2012-05-21
    10 Lomographs Every Mom will Love

    Moms are sentimental by nature, weak in the knees for their children. Most are also alarmingly practical and are hesitant to spend on themselves. So what do you do when Mother’s Day or her special day rolls around? Read on to find out!

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  • 20 Terrific Lomography X-Tungsten Photos from the Community

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-04-04
    20 Terrific Lomography X-Tungsten Photos from the Community

    Since it joined the roster of Lomography's line of films, the X-Tungsten 64 has been steadily making its way into every lomographer's list of favorite and wanted films. Why exactly? Well, we'll let some 25 marvelous photos from the community tell you why!

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  • Beautiful Yet Haunting: 'Torn' Portraits by Michal Macku

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-09-10
    Beautiful Yet Haunting: 'Torn' Portraits by Michal Macku

    A Czech photographer has found a way to work with photographic emulsions and turn them into powerful portraits of anxiety. Curious? Read on to take a look at some of his photos and learn about his impressive technique!

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  • A Yashica 635's Resurrection

    written by renenob on 2013-05-20
    A Yashica 635's Resurrection

    This is an unbelievable story about how a cameraman called Bebot resurrected a dead Yashica 635.

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  • My Analogue Days: I Just Can't Get Enough

    written by bebopbebop on 2013-03-07
    My Analogue Days: I Just Can't Get Enough

    I just can't separate my analogue passion with my daily life. Actually, my daily life is so full of analogue activities right now. Read about my daily life after the jump!

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  • Mind-Blowing Light Painting Mosaics By Brian Matthew Hart

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-08-15
    Mind-Blowing Light Painting Mosaics By Brian Matthew Hart

    If you're one of those who have tried and succeeded in taking beautiful light paintings, wait until you see the amazing work of a master light painter who made mosaics out of his photos! Learn more about it after the jump!

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  • Lomography's Top 5 Photo Uploaders of All Time

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-11-07
    Lomography's Top 5 Photo Uploaders of All Time

    You've already seen some of the most popular photos of all time, so why don't we put the spotlight on some of our notable lomographers this time? Read on to find out who are the top 5 photo uploaders of all time on Lomography.com, and see some of their best lomographs!

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