Tag: walk

  • Postcards From Bombay: Walking in the Pre-1947 City

    written by abhoan on 2011-08-31
    Postcards From Bombay: Walking in the Pre-1947 City

    How do you imagine Bombay before 1947? That is the question which was asked to 13 participants from a recent analog photography workshop in Mumbai.

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  • Using Google Maps for an Analogue Lifestyle

    written by t82 on 2011-09-21
    Using Google Maps for an Analogue Lifestyle

    Who wants to play a game? Exploring different cities with Google maps is so yesterday; now, its time for an analogue lomo-walk game!

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  • Lomo Espionage & Photo Taking Etiquette

    written by vici on 2011-04-01
    Lomo Espionage & Photo Taking Etiquette

    How this mild mannered, middle-aged woman, strikes fear into the hearts of good people everywhere by wielding a lomo camera.

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  • Wapping

    written by neja on 2011-02-18 #places
    Wapping

    A secret area in London with excellent views for history lovers. Wapping is an area in east London, part of the former Docklands, about which lots of Londoners don't even know. And the ones who know, appreciate it a lot.

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  • My Year In Analogue: Where Do I Start, Seriously?

    written by alienmeatsack on 2014-12-29
    My Year In Analogue: Where Do I Start, Seriously?

    I did shoot a lot of film but this year, I didn't carry a camera as often as I had previously. How did it affect my shooting and documentation of events? Let's find out.

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  • Transport for London

    written by neja on 2011-04-13 #places
    Transport for London

    A quick guide on how to move around London.

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  • Portraits of Strangers: Strangers Heart Lomo!

    written by shuttersentinel17 on 2012-04-02
    Portraits of Strangers: Strangers Heart Lomo!

    My very first attempt to focus on shooting only strangers - and not in a stalking or stealthy kind of way! Read on!

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  • Holga Unmasked!

    written by ipdegirl on 2012-04-03 #gear #tutorials
    Holga Unmasked!

    See what you can do with your Holga when you DON'T use the 12 or 16 mask. It's naked, leaky, and overlapping fun. I have been using my Holga without either the 12 or 16 frame mask and have been getting some really nice results. I love the exaggerated vignetting and light leaks that occurred on every picture. These pictures all came from The Art of Waiting roll from September 2010, shot on Fuji Velvia.

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  • Leeds Lomo Xmas Market Extravaganza

    written by kneehigh85 on 2011-11-09 #news
    Leeds Lomo Xmas Market Extravaganza

    After the success of the last Yorkshire based meet-up, I have decided to arrange another one for the festive period. This will take place at the German Market in December so come along for a day of German beer, sausages and musical fun.

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  • Feeding Pigeons in Chelsea

    written by neja on 2011-03-23 #places
    Feeding Pigeons in Chelsea

    Making double exposures in Chelsea. I don't like pigeons myself. Well, not unless they are Chelsea pigeons. In Chelsea, everything is different, kind of like having a Midas touch.

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  • Richmond Park

    written by neja on 2011-09-17 #places
    Richmond Park

    The largest park in London. Richmond Park is a 2,360 acre park within London. It is the largest of the Royal Parks in London and Britain's second largest urban walled park after Sutton Park, Birmingham. The park is famous for its red and fallow deer, which number over six hundred. It is so big, you can't see everything in one day. So we decided to try the route suggested by the Walks in London book by Rough Guides which I recently bought.

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  • LomoMeeting Utrecht

    written by mephisto19 on 2011-04-11 #news
    LomoMeeting Utrecht

    LomoMeeting with small LomoMissions out of the LomoNotebook

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  • Where The Wild Things Are: A Lomowalk in London

    written by golfpunkgirl on 2011-01-18 #news
    Where The Wild Things Are: A Lomowalk in London

    Always wanted to be a tiger, a lamb or even a certain fantastic Mr. Fox?! Well, we’re hosting an afternoon of most animalistic nature and invite you to...

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  • The Stories Within Pictures #18: The Beach

    written by erikagrendel on 2013-08-06
    The Stories Within Pictures #18: The Beach

    The beaches in Finland might not be the best ones in Europe, but they are probably most enjoyed by their visitors. Imagine spending long, cold and dark winter. Can you imagine that? Then it is quite easy to imagine how sun, beach and sea is needed during the Finnish summer.

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  • The Colors of Siam

    written by eva_eva on 2012-11-05 #places
    The Colors of Siam

    Bangkok, it's my favorite city - so far. The colors, culture, music, food, the colorful taxis and tuk-tuks, the smiling faces - endeared this city to me. I've been to this city three times already (and still counting), and it's a place that I've always enjoyed, each time I pay it a visit!

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  • Walking Around in Bandung

    written by adi_totp on 2012-07-13
    Walking Around in Bandung

    Bandung is my hometown and the city where I was born. I grew up and got to know Lomography in this city through my best friends. I have so many memories of Bandung, from the bad times through good. Since 2007, I've been documenting the city, so let me show you my personal perspective of the Bandung I've known through the years!

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  • LomoWalk at Hokkaido University (Sapporo,Japan)

    written by gateau on 2011-07-07 #places
    LomoWalk at Hokkaido University (Sapporo,Japan)

    Hokkaido University, which is located close to the Sapporo JR Station is surrounded by an artistic and highly cultured atmosphere. Take a LomoWalk at the campus and you could feel it everywhere.

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  • Lomography Guide to Prague: Under the Bridge

    written by erikagrendel on 2013-08-06 #places
    Lomography Guide to Prague: Under the Bridge

    My favourite walk around Prague is always connected with the river. Somehow, I always end up walking along the river, taking photos of greedy seagulls, beautiful swans, the sunset or sunrise over the bridges or the bridges itself. Therefore, this time I will recommend you my favourite route and bridge-spots on the river Vltava in Prague.

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  • Get a Nice Girl and a Kid So You Get to Know Your City Better

    written by bloomchen on 2012-06-25 #places
    Get a Nice Girl and a Kid So You Get to Know Your City Better

    I dig deep in the city each time I go for a walk with my 4-month-old son. So if you want to get to know Berlin better - mainly the "Barrios", Kreuzberg and Neukölln - read on after the jump and have a look at the gallery at the bottom.

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  • Durdle Door

    written by neja on 2011-09-14 #places
    Durdle Door

    Durdle Door is one of the most photographed landmarks along the Jurassic Coast. This rock arch in the sea was formed as a result of the softer rocks being eroded away behind the hard limestones, allowing the sea to punch through them. The name Durdle is derived from an old English word 'thirl' meaning bore or drill.

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  • Sea side walk - Carcavelos-Oeiras-Paço de Arcos - Portugal

    written by r3b3l on 2010-09-11 #places
    Sea side walk - Carcavelos-Oeiras-Paço de Arcos - Portugal

    Nested against the Atlantic Ocean, near the Tagus river mouth, near Lisbon, you can find a 3km stretch of paved walkway/bike path, passing through 3 beaches, a marina and a couple of old forts.

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  • Chicago vs. Lake Michigan

    written by dirklancer on 2010-08-24 #places
    Chicago vs. Lake Michigan

    It seemed like a good morning for a walk on the long uninterrupted waterfront here in windy Chicago. The cold spray was unanticipated, but the feeling that we came away with after sharing the moving, wet expanse was definitely worth it.

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  • The 3 Waterfalls of Raiatea

    written by vicuna on 2010-07-03 #places
    The 3 Waterfalls of Raiatea

    Raiatea is a volcanic island and besides the beautiful lagoon there are also some impressing huge mountains in the center of it. And as it is raining a lot, there are also some beautiful waterfalls to discover in the mountains. The most famous walk to do inside the island is the one called "the 3 waterfalls".

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  • When Wide Takes Over Mumbai

    written by abhoan on 2011-05-26 #news
    When Wide Takes Over Mumbai

    What makes a photo walk perfect for a Lomographer? Fantastic sunny weather? Amazing clear skies? Lomography Film and Lomography Cameras? A chance to try out the latest Lomography LC-Wide? If so, then you can say this was the prefect Lomo-Walk! It had everything from amazing Lomographers going click click on Band Stand in Bandra to the grand introduction of the LC-W!

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  • Lomo Lubitel 166+: 10 Reasons Why it's the Best Companion

    written by erikagrendel on 2013-06-05 #gear
    Lomo Lubitel 166+: 10 Reasons Why it's the Best Companion

    If it happens that you have more than two cameras on your shelf, then you are in trouble. I mean the troubleof deciding which one to take with you when you go out for a walk. All my cameras are probably a bit jealous about the Lomo Lubitel 166+, but it proved to be the best medium format companion I have.

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  • Plover Way, SE16

    written by neja on 2011-04-14 #places
    Plover Way, SE16

    Swan Lake of South East London

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  • Looking out from the World's Edge

    written by webo29 on 2011-01-15 #places
    Looking out from the World's Edge

    Taking you off the usual tourist track and onto the edge of a cliff where the views are breathtaking and you can never tire out of looking into the blue. Let me share with you guys the analogue photographs that I took from a trip to the breathtaking Dingli cliffs.

  • My Analogue Obsessions: Paving Stones

    written by nina_ska on 2011-05-20
    My Analogue Obsessions: Paving Stones

    For someone loving to walk, observing the ground and its details is mandatory, over all if those nostalgic details are searched for shooting. Paving stones are part of it.

  • Transport in London

    written by jaalvarez on 2010-02-26 #places
    Transport in London

    Such a big, cosmopolitan city and with so many history, London has a big variety of transport types. We can go from here to there in different ways: bus, bicycle, taxi, tube, train, plane, … and even, although it seems impossible …: walking!

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  • Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 1)

    written by erikagrendel on 2013-10-05 #places
    Lomography Guide to Prague: Prague in Three Days (Day 1)

    My dear friend Grazie suggested to me one fantastic and I think very helpful theme for the series: What to see and visit in Prague when you have only three days. This is my suggestion for the first day. I hope it will help and inspire you!

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