Tag: norway

  • When Worlds Collide - Movie Doubles From klickovic & anarchy

    written by anarchy on 2009-12-13 #news
    When Worlds Collide - Movie Doubles From klickovic & anarchy

    Join klickovic & anarchy as they bring back Classic sci-fi movies to life!

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  • The Arctic Through The Lens Of Katherine Akey

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2017-05-10 #people
    The Arctic Through The Lens Of Katherine Akey

    Her photographic journey started when her father gave her a 35mm camera. She has been reading books about polar explorations from an early age and recently she had the opportunity to experience Norway first hand.

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  • Short Stories by Anja Niemi

    written by Teresa Sutter on 2016-03-31 #people
    Short Stories by Anja Niemi

    Anja Niemi refers to herself as a one-man band. She’s everything from photographer, director, stylist to model. Her latest project was shot on a medium that could soon be history: Fujifilm’s peel-apart film.

  • Bohus Fortress

    written by anarchy on 2009-11-21 #places
    Bohus Fortress

    There are several fortresses and bastions surrounding Göteborg and one of the more interesting ones is the impressive Bohus Fortress... Historically the area has been subject to many confrontations between the Swedes, Norwegians and Danes.

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  • Lantern Slides from Early 19th Century Norway

    written by lomographymagazine on 2015-07-30
    Lantern Slides from Early 19th Century Norway

    In the early part of the 19th century, lantern shows were the equivalent of movies. Photographs were hand-printed or transferred on glass plates, which were then projected on to a wall or cloth screen.

  • Analogue Travels: Expect the Unexpected

    written by stratski on 2012-03-16
    Analogue Travels: Expect the Unexpected

    The north is a beautiful place in winter. But all that snow can get a bit... white. Thank god for film and its ability to color in the mountains. See photos of my winter hike after the jump. Brrr... Prepare for Lomographic frostbite!

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  • Knut A. Aaning's Surviving Photographs

    written by Julien Matabuena on 2015-04-16
    Knut A. Aaning's Surviving Photographs

    From thousands of plates, only 23 negatives by the Norwegian professional photographer Knut A. Aaning reportedly survive today.

  • Verdens Ende - The World's End

    written by inanothertown on 2010-08-21 #places
    Verdens Ende - The World's End

    Verdens Ende translates to the world's end and I have always wanted to visit this place because of its name. Going there to watch the sun rise at 4am was a bit of a crazy idea but at the same time an idea that seemed significant in it's hopefulness: at the world's end the sun rises yet again! The perfect way to celebrate the summer solstice.

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  • Geiranger - The Hidden Paradise

    written by cowboy on 2010-07-28 #places
    Geiranger - The Hidden Paradise

    In the early summer I went to my neighbor country Norway, I didn't expect much, but what I found there was amazing: high mountains, breathtaking views and lots of free-roaming animals!! Say hello to Geiranger, a hidden paradise that will leave you breathless and wanting for more!

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  • The Living History - Bergen!

    written by lihooi on 2011-08-04 #places
    The Living History - Bergen!

    Bergen is an international town with small-town charm and atmosphere. The city is like a spectacular amphitheatre clambering up the mountain sides, overlooking the sea, embracing the tourists. Roaming through living history in this modern yet well-preserved 900 year-old city, this is the gateway to the wildest and loveliest fjords of Norway.

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  • Kåre Kivijärvi: A Pioneer of Norwegian Photography

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-05-09 #news
    Kåre Kivijärvi: A Pioneer of Norwegian Photography

    Here are some breakthrough works of Kåre Kivijärvi and how he pioneered Norwegian photography.

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  • Norwegian Fjords at Flåm

    written by lihooi on 2011-12-22 #places
    Norwegian Fjords at Flåm

    The point in between the world's most scenic train ride and the Norwegian fjords cruise ride! A place that we would definitely pass by while taking the rides! Beautiful Flåm is nestled in the innermost part of the Aurlandsfjord, a tributary of 204 kilometres long and up to 1308 metres deep, Sognefjord - the world's longest and deepest fjord.

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  • Ålesund: Art Nouveau Town

    written by phoenix1206 on 2012-12-14 #places
    Ålesund: Art Nouveau Town

    Ålesund is a town in Norway built in Art Nouveau style. It is very special as far as architecture is concerned.

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  • Monday Moodboard: The World’s Smallest Instant Portrait Studio

    written by cheeo on 2014-07-07 #news
    Monday Moodboard: The World’s Smallest Instant Portrait Studio

    As far as superlatives go, having a claim to the smallest instant portrait studio in the world is actually a big thing.

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  • Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo - Travel Back in Time

    written by inanothertown on 2010-08-27 #places
    Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo - Travel Back in Time

    I never knew that traveling back in time would be so easy, and so interesting! Folkemuseum in Oslo is an open air museum that hosts many activities and a varied programs during the summer months. It's especially great destination to spend a day with your family.

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  • Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo

    written by lihooi on 2012-01-01 #places
    Vigeland Sculpture Park, Oslo

    The Vigeland Sculpture Park of Oslo covers an area of 75 acres. More than 200 sculptures are all modeled in full size by Norwegian sculptor Gustav Vigeland. The Vigeland Park is the world's largest sculpture park made by a single artist, and is open to visitors all year long.

  • Ikke Bare Plast Not Just Plastic

    written by owalderhaug on 2011-08-09 #places
    Ikke Bare Plast Not Just Plastic

    In the 1950s, plastic was introduced as a new and exciting material for making boats. What followed was an era of beautiful plastic boats. Despite the fact that the old boats have become rare and hard to come by, the museum in Vest-Agder (Norway) has made an event inviting people from all over the country to show off their legendary old boats. As a result, they have created a beautiful scene for any lomographer who wants to capture something unique!

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  • Vintage Gallery: Marcus Selmer's Costume Portraits

    written by lomographymagazine on 2015-08-22
    Vintage Gallery: Marcus Selmer's Costume Portraits

    Marcus Selmer was the first daguerreotype photographer of Bergen, Norway. He was up-to-date with new technologies and even shifted to wet plate collodion process, a more practical alternative to daguerreotypes. In the 1850s, he also made a series of portraits highlighting folk costumes, from floor-grazing bunad dresses to men’s mink coats. The prints were sold to tourists as a remembrance of traditional Norwegian culture.

  • Stavanger, Norway

    written by phoenix1206 on 2012-10-22 #places
    Stavanger, Norway

    Stavanger is a picturesque city in Norway, with its famous Gamle Stavanger, and also its beautiful cathedral. It is also very close to the famous Pulpit Rock.

  • Vangsvatnet Lake in Voss, Norway

    written by lihooi on 2011-12-31 #places
    Vangsvatnet Lake in Voss, Norway

    Lake Vangsvatnet sits on the beautiful nature of Voss village. Voss is surrounded by snowcapped mountains, forests, lakes, crystal-clear rivers, and valleys.

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  • Behind the Picture: Fredrik Bruno, Hamar

    written by lomographymagazine on 2015-08-31
    Behind the Picture: Fredrik Bruno, Hamar

    Even amateur photographs have a place in national archives.

  • Press Call Out: Scandinavia, Australia and New Zealand

    written by bgaluppo on 2015-03-25 #places
    Press Call Out: Scandinavia, Australia and New Zealand

    Ladies and gentlemen, it's no secret that without you, our website would never be possible. With that in mind, we're calling on all Lomographers (that's you) for a helping hand by giving us your expert opinions. In return, we're passing out Piggy Points to spend in our Online Shop. Kiwis, Aussies and Scandinavians, whether you're residents, dreamers or just big fans of these great places — everybody can contribute and everybody can win!