Tag: adventure

  • Dannys Around The World Adventure – An Introduction.

    written by dannyfresh on 2010-01-23
    Dannys Around The World Adventure – An Introduction.

    Hello. My name is Danny. I'm 25 and I live in London. I was lucky enough to take a 1 year vacation solo around the world trip (Sept 08 - Sept 09). I would like to share my experiences and photos from my adventure with you.

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  • A day out with Lomography

    written by jesuisz on 2011-04-06
    A day out with Lomography

    Take a trip with Lomography and follow our step-by-step guide for a day of photographic fun!

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  • The YHA x Lomography Epic Citybreak Rumble

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-07-30 #news
    The YHA x Lomography Epic Citybreak Rumble

    Want to be the best mate in the world? Then win an epic break for you and ALL your mates to your choice of YHA hostel in the UK! Take your mates away for an adventure, snap it all on film, and keep the memories forever. How can you be this generous genius? Just enter your photos into our rumble!

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  • Abandoned Yan Kit Swimming Complex

    written by dabai on 2011-04-06 #places
    Abandoned Yan Kit Swimming Complex

    Yan Kit Swimming Complex is located along Yan Kit Road at Tanjong Pagar area. It opened in 1952 and was the second public swimming pool in Singapore. The pool has been closed since 2001 and is now abandoned.

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  • Rolleiflex 3.5f and the Dangers of Adolescent Rudeness

    written by herbert-4 on 2011-12-17
    Rolleiflex 3.5f and the Dangers of Adolescent Rudeness

    Here is the Rolleiflex 3.5f, the best TLR ever, and the first camera I bought with my own money. Here is a saga of adventure, danger, and near tragedy brought on by adolescent stupidity, meanness, and automatically following the lead of your "Moe" (think of the social dynamic of "The Three Stooges"). With a great camera comes great responsibility!

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  • Siberan Adventures in LomoScope

    written by wil6ka on 2011-05-31
    Siberan Adventures in LomoScope

    It was Siberia. A call to a distant and mystic land. And I picked up the landline telephone. Last summer I was asked to join a group of young adventurers to go from middle europe by all means of transportation. Aiming a a tiny village called Man Yckwe. To be enchanted by indigenous Siberians and to fall in love with a remote paradise!

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  • The HUH. x Lomography Non-Stop Traveller Rumble

    written by littlemisslove on 2012-06-19 #news
    The HUH. x Lomography Non-Stop Traveller Rumble

    It's that time of year again, we're all planning our summer holidays. City chic or beach bum, whatever kind of traveller you are HUH. Magazine want to see your analogue adventures in this rumble.

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  • Photobooth Impulses: Sometimes You Just Need a Good Fix(er)

    written by dirklancer on 2011-08-26
    Photobooth Impulses: Sometimes You Just Need a Good Fix(er)

    I usually get my fix in the traditional analogue way. I snap pictures, drive to the lab, wait, drive back to the lab, scan, and enjoy. You may have heard of 35mm referred to as a "gateway drug;" of this, I am living proof. Sometimes, late at night, I find I just can't wait. That's when I turn to something a little more hardcore: old school photobooths.

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  • Souqs- Magic Labyrinth of Marrakech

    written by neja on 2011-02-23 #places
    Souqs- Magic Labyrinth of Marrakech

    Souq means "market". They occupy quite a big part of the Medina (old town) and may be a bit problematic to navigate, even if you posses a good map. Street names are a rare thing to see in Marrakech in general, and here just forget it, you just go with the flow.

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  • The World According to Herr Willie: The Metro of Pyongyang – Rails of the Cold War

    written by wil6ka on 2016-05-14 #places
    The World According to Herr Willie: The Metro of Pyongyang – Rails of the Cold War

    One of the proud achievements of North Korea is the Metro system in the capital of Pyongyang. It might be one of the most unusual MRT's of the world and you probably never would have guessed where the trains are coming from! It is an awkward tale about the twists and turns of the cold war.

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  • US CItySlicker Nicolas: Days of Being Wild (or My Endless, Analogue Summer)

    written by nicolasesc on 2012-09-26 #videos
    US CItySlicker Nicolas: Days of Being Wild (or My Endless, Analogue Summer)

    It all started with an idea; that this summer, my friends and I would take a road trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles. What was at first just a plan, quickly turned into a real adventure. This is the story of my endless, analogue summer with my two film-loving best friends.

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  • Varanasi, India - Between Life and Death at the Bathing Ghats

    written by bravebird on 2011-01-30 #places
    Varanasi, India - Between Life and Death at the Bathing Ghats

    Sin and luck, death, birth and reincarnation - all combined in one of the most fascinating, oldest and holiest cities of India. Hindu pilgrims gather from all over the country to wash themselves free of all sin and guilt at the shores of the river Ganges. In addition to that, an old ritual attracts thousands of pilgrims: they seek to cremate their relatives at the burning ghats of the river.

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  • Diana Instant Back+ in Tibet: More than Polaroids

    written by ihave2pillows on 2011-09-20
    Diana Instant Back+ in Tibet: More than Polaroids

    Traveled to the Himalayas in Tibet with 6 cameras this summer, seeking enlightenment and great lomography. But the pictures I love most are not the ones I took but the ones I gave.

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  • LomoPeople: Salute to the Nug

    written by kylethefrench on 2010-12-09
    LomoPeople: Salute to the Nug

    If you need someone to be all things in all photographic situations, call the nug. He travels, he poses, he hangs out in dark rooms perfectly still, and sometimes he wears a mask. Oh did I mention he's not afraid make sexy suggestions?

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  • Lomographic Milestones: It All Started 17 Years Ago

    written by bloomchen on 2013-12-23
    Lomographic Milestones: It All Started 17 Years Ago

    We've had 20 years of Lomography, and I've been a part of the movement for almost 17 years. But, I said "almost" because I had long breaks in between. Anyway, I think it's time to look back at those old pictures from the beginning. I have to admit I never made an effort to scan all my old pictures, but there are still a few of them. I think it's worth it to have a look at them.

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  • Spotted: Lomo LC-A+ on the Animated Movie 'K-ON'

    written by cutebun on 2011-12-17 #news
    Spotted: Lomo LC-A+ on the Animated Movie 'K-ON'

    Interested to know what K-ON is all about? It's about 5 girls in a school band and their adventures together during Christmastime. The all-girls band in this animated flick uses analogue cameras, too! Read more after the break!

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  • Explore Little Tibet in Kathmandu, Nepal

    written by bravebird on 2011-02-26 #places
    Explore Little Tibet in Kathmandu, Nepal

    From dawn 'til dusk, hundreds of monks as well as Nepalese and Tibetans of every age walk around a 40m high stupa called Boudha or Bodhnath. They pray their mantra by murmuring and twirling the prayer wheels over and over, seeking for accumulated wisdom and merit (good karma) as well as purified negativity (bad karma).

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  • Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland

    written by nicx on 2011-01-13 #places
    Waterfall Trails - A Journey Through Pondoland

    One of South Africa's best-kept secrets is hidden along its eastern coast - the Transkei. It remains untouched and is rich in culture, people, and wilderness. With no cellphone signal, internet or electricity close by there's nothing else to do but explore our surroundings and create our own adventures.

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  • The Caviar Diaries – Chapter 1: Prelude

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-10-13
    The Caviar Diaries – Chapter 1: Prelude

    Join us in an exciting adventure with the LaSardina in.. Caviar Diaries!

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  • Marrakech, Morocco Just like in Arabic Tales

    written by tangmay on 2010-03-04 #places
    Marrakech, Morocco Just like in Arabic Tales

    Marrakech is a beautiful Moroccan city so filled with old Arabic world charm - like what one would imagine when reading an Arabic tale as a child. The Medina, architecture, dusty pink colored walls, winding alleys, friendly locals, traditional medicine stores, souks, amazing chaos in the main square..... all make Marrakech a truly memorable and unique destination like nowhere else in the world.

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  • Danny's Around The World adventure - Cambodia.

    written by dannyfresh on 2009-12-17 #news
    Danny's Around The World adventure - Cambodia.

    Hello. My name is Danny. I'm 25 and live in London. I was lucky enough to take a 1 year, solo, around the world trip (Sept 08 - Sept 09). I would like to share my experiences and photos (shot with an LC-A+) from my adventure with you.

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  • Seattle Lomo Adventure Club

    written by tracyvmoore on 2011-09-06
    Seattle Lomo Adventure Club

    Whether you live in Seattle, or are just breezing through on a visit, hook up with the Seattle Lomo Adventure Club for a taste of the city, together with other analogue addicts like yourself. We meet almost weekly, and we do love to plan special meets in honor of our Lomo brothers and sisters who are traveling to the Emerald City.

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  • Love, Adventure and Expansion! My Analogue Year in Review 2010

    written by ak47lomogurl on 2011-03-16
    Love, Adventure and Expansion! My Analogue Year in Review 2010

    I’ve realized that 2010 so far has been the most significant year in my analogue life -- and three words that best describes my 2010 analogue life are Love, Adventure and Expansion!

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  • Mount Tahan and Taman Negara (National Park), Pahang

    written by nea on 2011-08-18 #places
    Mount Tahan and Taman Negara (National Park), Pahang

    Besides being the home to the glorious Mount Tahan, Taman Negara is also the habitat of thousands of rare and endangered species of flora and fauna that create one of the most diverse and complex ecosystems in the world. Not only that, it is also the home to some indigenous people called, the Batek clan. This phenomenal nature diversity in Taman Negara is a veritable treasure not only to Malaysia but to the planet.

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  • Join Us For The Very First Lomography San Francisco Meetup!

    written by lomographysf on 2011-05-17 #news
    Join Us For The Very First Lomography San Francisco Meetup!

    Bay Area residents, rejoice! It is finally happening: Lomography has arrived in San Francisco. It's bound to be the start of a beautiful relationship as Northern California will be getting its very own (very well-deserved) Gallery Store in the next few months. Come meet-up with our San Francisco Team on May 28th to talk future plans and shoot around Dolores Park!

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  • Conquering Mutianyu, The Great Wall

    written by kaelcat on 2010-08-30 #places
    Conquering Mutianyu, The Great Wall

    I decided to end my summer trip in Beijing with a BANG! True enough, IT WAS! My friend and I decided to go to Mutianyu where the watchtowers and passes were built on the steep mountains (and what a climb it was!). Hiring a private taxi indeed was the best transport to take since it only took us a little over an hour. And it’s cheap! It’s a fast and easy way to get to the Great Wall if you want to spend a lot of time trekking the only man-made structure visible from space!

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  • Lomo takes ONA on the Road

    written by Samantha Norman on 2015-07-29 #news
    Lomo takes ONA on the Road

    Lomography has been home to a family of handcrafted photography and art tools for decades. That’s why we’re so excited to team up with a line of premium, handcrafted camera bags: ONA, a company making the perfect bag to stow your camera and little mementos.

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  • Adventurous Photography: The Lomography x Stilpirat Competition Winners

    written by petit_loir on 2015-04-23 #news
    Adventurous Photography: The Lomography x Stilpirat Competition Winners

    In his audio book, German Petzval LomoAmigo Steffen Böttcher aka Stilpirat talks about his photographic adventures. What are your greatest lomographic adventures? That's what we wanted to know in this competition. Read on to find out who the winners are!

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  • My Year in Analogue: The Travel Issue

    written by roxyvonschlotterstein on 2015-01-29
    My Year in Analogue: The Travel Issue

    2014 has been a year of many travels for me. Lucky, I know. Let me show you a few photos that I have taken during my adventures far away from home.

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  • My Analogue Days: Thirty Days Away from Home

    written by spidey27 on 2013-03-25
    My Analogue Days: Thirty Days Away from Home

    This is my first time I left my home for a quite long time. It’s because my college (my major, actually) required me to do a short internship in another town, about 470 miles away from my hometown. Read about it after the jump!

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