Tag: roadtrip

  • Take Part in the Big Lomography Competition for the Release of the Movie ON THE ROAD in Germany

    written by zonderbar on 2012-08-23 #news
    Take Part in the Big Lomography Competition for the Release of the Movie ON THE ROAD in Germany

    Win an INTERRAIL Europe train pass for two and 10 other stunning prizes, including our brandnew Maps camera edition! On the 4th of October ON THE ROAD, the film adaptation of the novel by Jack Kerouac will be released in Germany and we would like to see your best shots of moments you've experienced together with your friends "on the road".

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  • Shoot From the Kid - Hand over your camera!

    written by dirklancer on 2010-06-22
    Shoot From the Kid - Hand over your camera!

    There's this old adage that children see things unlike adults do, that they view the world on a completely different level. Lomographer and proud father dirklancer decides to take on an experiment and gather empirical evidence that proves this theory once and for all.

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  • The Most Beautiful Beach I’ve Ever Seen

    written by roland on 2010-11-22 #places
    The Most Beautiful Beach I’ve Ever Seen

    Wharariki Beach in Golden Bay is really worth a visit if you're headed to New Zealand. It's surprisingly not well-known to tourists in spite of the amazing views that you can find there - and adorable little seals! I've been there a bunch of times but it never ceases to enchant me.

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  • Analogue Journey: An Interview with Lorenzo Scudiero

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2016-07-27 #people
    Analogue Journey: An Interview with Lorenzo Scudiero

    This young artist has drawn our attention with breathtaking photographs which give colour to the life around us. He has managed to show a perfect blend of nature and its harmony with people. His portraits tell stories of young people around him and different places he visited.

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  • An Analogue Roadtrip to the Petzval Museum in Spišská Belá, Slovakia

    written by pan_dre on 2014-04-08 #places
    An Analogue Roadtrip to the Petzval Museum in Spišská Belá, Slovakia

    Once we heard that just a few hours away from Vienna in a small town called Spišská Belá exists a Joseph Petzval Museum, we knew we had to pack our cameras and hit the road.

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  • Traveling with Fuji Wide: New Vans Advertising Campaign

    written by fascinatingirl on 2012-04-14 #news
    Traveling with Fuji Wide: New Vans Advertising Campaign

    Vans opens Spring/Summer 2012 with an original and beautiful work that is 100% analogue. Story is easy: Three friends travel by car in the United States to celebrate the new year.

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  • Exploring The Unknown: An Interview with Brandon Harman

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2016-08-27 #people
    Exploring The Unknown: An Interview with Brandon Harman

    Sometimes it truly isn’t about the destination, but it’s more about the travels and sights that take your breath away along the way. Brandon Harman’s photos are timeless and capture the perfect connection between nature and people.

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  • California Dreaming: An Interview With Enzo Iriarte

    written by Ivana Džamić on 2016-09-21 #people
    California Dreaming: An Interview With Enzo Iriarte

    Venice beach, hot summer days, endless sunsets and swimsuits. Already thinking you desperately need a vacation or California Dreaming lyrics were the first thing that came to your mind?

  • Grand Canyon National Park (Grand Canyon, Arizona)

    written by jblaze823 on 2010-09-06 #places
    Grand Canyon National Park (Grand Canyon, Arizona)

    One of the 7 natural wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon is a location that you must visit. As part of our roadtrip through Southern California, Nevada, and Arizona, one of our major stops was the Grand Canyon. This was my second trip to the great landmark (my first was as a kid). The first time I visited as a child I did not appreciate what I was seeing.

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  • Antelope Canyon - Page, AZ

    written by jblaze823 on 2010-10-13 #places
    Antelope Canyon - Page, AZ

    Antelope Canyon is a unique piece of Native American land that offers exceptional views from the inside of the cracks and crevasses in the earth. If you are visiting Arizona, put this on the top of your list of things to do and you won't regret it.

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  • Taal at Dawn: My Most Memorable 2011 Travel Escapade

    written by icuresick on 2012-02-15 #places
    Taal at Dawn: My Most Memorable 2011 Travel Escapade

    Sometime on March 2011, Cityslicker Jane was in Metro Manila for a work-related visit. We decided to meet for a night of chatting over some beer. It was an ordinary night with friends that turned into an impromptu trip to a place more than 50miles away from Metro Manila.

  • Arrifana's Beach

    written by sprofishgel on 2011-06-12 #places
    Arrifana's Beach

    Longing for a road trip? The traditional itinerary of summer in Portugal always takes young Portuguese people to the outstanding Alentejo Coast. As the star and one of the main beaches that you cannot miss is Arrifana Beach.

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  • An Ottoman Capital, Edirne

    written by nural on 2010-04-26 #places
    An Ottoman Capital, Edirne

    Our trip to an old Ottoman Capital, Edirne.

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  • LomoAmigo on the move : New Sprocket Rocket Shots from Kate Bellm

    written by zonderbar on 2014-03-19 #people
    LomoAmigo on the move : New Sprocket Rocket Shots from Kate Bellm

    After 6 years in Berlin, photographer Kate Bellm decided to leave Germany to explore the beauty of Middle America --- road tripping through Cuba, Mexico and Guatemala. Even though she hasn't dropped by the Lomography Embassy Store Berlin in a long time, we are always excited to receive e-mails decked with her stunning new analogue work! Enjoy the view Lomo Peeps!

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  • The Guys at 55 Factory Covered Their Latest Trip to LA with the LomoKino

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-03-01 #news #videos
    The Guys at 55 Factory Covered Their Latest Trip to LA with the LomoKino

    The guys from 55factory, a UK creative magazine, went on a recent roadtrip to LA and documented their adventures on our very own LomoKino, because life looks better on film!

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  • Horseshoe Bend (Page ,AZ)

    written by jblaze823 on 2010-06-21 #places
    Horseshoe Bend (Page ,AZ)

    Horseshoe Bend is a unique piece of land that has been created by the Colorado River. It will take your breath away. As part of our road trip through Arizona and Nevada we made many stops, and thankfully, Horseshoe Bend was one of them.

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  • Roadtripping with LomoAmigos Snowapple

    written by cruzron on 2013-10-18 #news
    Roadtripping with LomoAmigos Snowapple

    Our talented LomoAmigo band Snowapple from the Netherlands are on a roll – their tour will travel through many countries, including America! To celebrate this, we've organized an awesome rumble: the ultimate road trip! Do you want to join? Check all details below!

  • Lomoventure to “The Biggest Little City in the World”

    written by lomographysf on 2012-06-01 #videos #places
    Lomoventure to “The Biggest Little City in the World”

    Getting out of town doesn’t mean leaving your Lomo behind, especially when the destination is Reno, the so-called “Biggest Little City in the World”! Two San Francisco Lomographers and their friends recently headed to Reno, Nevada, for big wins, big eats, and big fun. We took our Lomo loves along with us, not thinking twice about capturing our highlights on film. Join us on our Lomoventure!

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  • Rickshaw Madness

    written by achocolatemoose on 2011-07-11
    Rickshaw Madness

    Why would you want to drive 2.000 kilometer in an old auto rickshaw through India? This was by far the most common question when people heard I was planning to travel India in an unorthodox way. Can you imagine their surprise when I told them about my travel partner; my 61 year old Dad.

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  • A Lomo Safari - Home of the Big Five: Crocodile Gate to Malelane Gate

    written by nicx on 2011-03-06 #places
    A Lomo Safari - Home of the Big Five: Crocodile Gate to Malelane Gate

    Welcome to the home of the Big Five - Kruger National Park. One of Africa's largest game reserves, it borders 3 countries and is home to a wide variety of plants, birds, reptiles, and mammals.

  • Summer Family (A Travel Tip For Your Summer Roadtrip)

    written by jblaze823 on 2010-09-09 #places
    Summer Family (A Travel Tip For Your Summer Roadtrip)

    This is a pretty simple tip to help you remember your summer roadtrip with your family. It is as simple as this - take notes. I have found that my notes from our recent family roadtrip are indispensable. They have come back to help me on numerous occasions. Especially when someone is asking me about my trip or asking for recommendations on the hotel to stay at in the location I visited.

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  • My Autumn Story: Trading Autumn for Summer

    written by lomofrue on 2013-10-17
    My Autumn Story: Trading Autumn for Summer

    I don't like autumn that much. There, I said it. I love the colors, of course I do, but I don't like this part of the year. It's a sad season: the school starts, summer ends, and with it come all those carefree days. I don't like it, it's like even nature is mourning with all the green turning to brown and dark red. That's why I always try to go somewhere else when autumn starts.

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  • Wanderlust: Road Trippin'

    written by lomofrue on 2013-10-25
    Wanderlust: Road Trippin'

    I keep on hearing from people that I have my head in the clouds. Every time I come from a trip somewhere, I'm already thinking about a new adventure. I can't help myself. It's not that I don't like it at home, it's just that there's so much to see and yet so little time. I have this little voice in my head that's constantly saying, "Come on, go outside, explore, have an adventure." Do you know what I'm talking about?

  • Tipster of the Week: The Young Guns behind the Camera

    written by dirklancer on 2010-05-16 #gear #tutorials
    Tipster of the Week: The Young Guns behind the Camera

    The endless arguments between the conflict of film and digital photography have subsided during the later part of this decade without having any clear conclusion. It’s a pity, though thinking that the next generation will never know the fact that to make a picture is about burning an image on film and not how much storage capacity you got - and our tipster here took the initiative on teaching the young ones the honest way of snapping photos!