Tag: couples

  • MTV FORA x Lomography Canada Awkward Couples' Portraits: Winners Announcement!

    written by ashleyaang on 2013-02-14 #news
    MTV FORA x Lomography Canada Awkward Couples' Portraits: Winners Announcement!

    We asked, and you guys definitely gave your best! After sorting through 700+ submissions, MTV FORA has picked their winners of our Awkward Couples' Portraits rumble - Check them out after the jump!

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  • Valentine's Day Gallery

    written by cruzron on 2010-02-14 #news
    Valentine's Day Gallery

    It's the day that couples around the world love to celebrate. For the single people out there, don't worry. There's someone out there for you. For the meantime though, check out the Valentine's gallery!

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  • Kisses Amidst Wartime: Photos by Alfred Eisenstaedt

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-02-15
    Kisses Amidst Wartime: Photos by Alfred Eisenstaedt

    Put kissing couples, Alfred Eisenstaedt, and a Leica camera together and the image that will most likely come to mind is his iconic 1945 photo of a sailor kissing a nurse in New York's Times Square. However, it's not the only classic lip-locking scene he managed to capture in film. Take a look at some more of these after the jump!

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  • He and She, Randy and Erin: Inspiring Each Other Through Photographs

    written by basterda on 2011-05-13
    He and She, Randy and Erin: Inspiring Each Other Through Photographs

    Randy and Erin are the brain-lovers of He and She Photography, a one-of-a-kind wedding photography service which makes use of a "natural light-lifestyle-fashion-photojournalism" style -- turning everyone else's love into art. Interestingly, they are also into film photography, especially when they're not working. Take a peek at their stunning shots and their inspiring words.

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  • Couples in Canada: Match Made in Heaven

    written by jeanettelee on 2012-02-09
    Couples in Canada: Match Made in Heaven

    Check out these beautiful couples with their choice of the perfect camera to match!

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  • Young Love, Sweet Love: Couples of the 1930's to 1940's

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-02-16
    Young Love, Sweet Love: Couples of the 1930's to 1940's

    You have to bear with me a bit for bringing you more of these somewhat sappy images of couples being all lovey-dovey. But then, I don't think I'm really sorry at all, because these are actually interesting photos of couples young and in love who are from a totally different era. Read on to see these romantic scenes from the wonderful archive of LIFE Images. Oh young love, sweet love!

  • Wanderlust Wonderlist: 5 Non-Cheesy Romantic Spots to Visit

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2014-02-12 #places
    Wanderlust Wonderlist: 5 Non-Cheesy Romantic Spots to Visit

    Whether you're a novice adventurer or a seasoned traveler, we're sure you'd like to go somewhere nice for the season of hearts. But, if you and your partner would rather do away with the usual cheesy spots (you may want cheese on your food, and nowhere else), we've taken note of Yahoo's recommendations for unique romantic destinations and listed the five of our picks from their list!

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  • N Seoul Tower: Love in the Heights

    written by deprofundis on 2012-03-17 #places
    N Seoul Tower: Love in the Heights

    This symbolic building of Seoul has become one of the most popular locations for couples in the city. Apart from the spectacular view from the top, there are some points where people can leave their demonstrations of love.

  • Love All Around: Couples from the Vintage Archives

    written by lomographymagazine on 2017-02-14 #culture
    Love All Around: Couples from the Vintage Archives

    Love has been around before us. Celebrate Valentine's Day with some of the 20th century's heartwarming collective of couple portraits and let these images seep in.

  • Plaza de Armas

    written by roquenuevo on 2011-07-21 #places
    Plaza de Armas

    Plaza de Armas is the central public square in Querétaro. Having a central public square, or squares (as in the case of Querétaro) is perhaps, the defining feature of Spanish colonial urban design. Any and every city, town, village will have its central squares. During colonial times, these were where most businesses happened, both public and private. This isn't true anymore, of course, but the public squares still hold the best and worst of civic life in the cities and towns of Mexico.