Tag: cities

  • I Want to Live Close to You

    written by makeyuu on 2011-05-13 #news
    I Want to Live Close to You

    Swedish photographer Jacob Felländer wanted to shoot the whole world on one negative. For this, he used a Holga!

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  • Lomography India : The Great Fish-a-thon Project !!

    written by abhoan on 2011-11-14 #news
    Lomography India : The Great Fish-a-thon Project !!

    The fresh and amazing Fisheye No. 2 Lime Punch is going to travel to 12 Lomographers in 12 Cities in India. And you're invited to be one of those Lomographers, sharing your life with us!

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  • Don't Be Afraid of Moving Your Camera!

    written by heiwa on 2013-01-02 #news
    Don't Be Afraid of Moving Your Camera!

    One most often thinks about exposure time when shooting in a dark setting. So what setting befits an eight-second exposure? When attempting to capture the night scenes in your city? Perhaps, but let artist Nicolas Ruel provide you with a less conventional answer!

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  • Down in the Streets with the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens

    written by bgaluppo on 2015-05-06 #news #gear
    Down in the Streets with the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens

    Whether analogue or digital, the Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 Art Lens brings life, love and color to every shot. Here is a little taste of the power the LC-A Minitar-1 has on the streets!

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  • Lomo Friendship

    written by lomovan on 2009-11-26 #news
    Lomo Friendship

    After such a long time of waiting and wanting, Lomography has finally reached Sevastopol! It's time to celebrate! But first, here's a little story for you...

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  • Canada's Now-and-Then Series: The Maritimes

    written by ashleyaang on 2011-04-04
    Canada's Now-and-Then Series: The Maritimes

    Lomography is taking over Canada, one analogue city at a time! We'll be traveling coast to coast for this series, digging into old photo albums and our online lomographic community as we reminisce the development of our beautiful Canadian cities! We've come this far, and we thought it would be a super cool idea to feature not one, but a whole BUNCH of cities for our final installment. Ladies and gents, welcome to the Maritimes!

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  • The LomoRoadShow Wants YOU!

    written by fritssi on 2012-02-09 #news
    The LomoRoadShow Wants YOU!

    The LomoRoadShow is coming for you! We've packed our bags, stuffed our suitcases with cameras, rolls of film and more goodies, and we'll be touring the Netherlands and Belgium this year! We need your help though, because we need to decide which cities we'll ransack with our wacky cameras and that's where you guys come in!

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  • Canada's Now-and-Then Series: Winnipeg, Manitoba

    written by ashleyaang on 2011-03-14
    Canada's Now-and-Then Series: Winnipeg, Manitoba

    Lomography is taking over Canada, one analogue city at a time! We'll be traveling coast to coast for this series, digging into old photo albums and our online lomographic community as we reminisce the development of our beautiful Canadian cities! The Prairie city of Winnipeg is on the map this week, and we'll take a look at what film has captured of this beautiful Manitoban city.

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  • Summer in Berlin

    written by kd853 on 2010-10-17 #places
    Summer in Berlin

    With leaves on the trees and the sun in the sky July is a great time to enjoy Berlin's outdoor eateries, beer gardens and urban beaches. Here are my highlights of my time in Berlin.

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  • Croatia

    written by horaciorv on 2010-08-03 #places
    Croatia

    Last year, my fiance and I took a trip to the coast of Croatia. We went in part because we wanted to share a trip with our Lomographer friends, and also because it was summer! So may I introduce you to the Mediterranean land from a bygone era!

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  • City Slicker: Rummaging Through Bookstores in Portland, Oregon with My Holga 120 and Pinhole Cameras

    written by yankeemiss on 2012-09-18
    City Slicker: Rummaging Through Bookstores in Portland, Oregon with My Holga 120 and Pinhole Cameras

    With E-readers replacing paper, I went in search of paper bound books in Portland.

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  • Patrick Vale and His Sketched Cities

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-04-23
    Patrick Vale and His Sketched Cities

    If you're among those who were amazed with the awesome timelapse video of an artist working on a drawing of Lower Manhattan from the Empire State Building, we have a treat for you. Read on to find out more about the artist behind it and see some of his other works!

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  • Canada's Now-and-Then Series: Vancouver, British Columbia

    written by ashleyaang on 2011-03-07
    Canada's Now-and-Then Series: Vancouver, British Columbia

    Lomography is taking over Canada, one analogue city at a time! We'll be traveling coast to coast for this series, digging into old photo albums and our online lomographic community as we reminisce the development of our beautiful Canadian cities! This week, we'll look back at Vancouver's analogue roots and how this popular city has developed to what it is today.

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  • African Nightmare: Morocco for Grouchy People

    written by thornohrfinn on 2012-09-17 #places
    African Nightmare: Morocco for Grouchy People

    Through dialogue and haiku, I would like to share with you guys my journey through the country of Morocco in late January. Loved it? Nope!

  • Canada's Now-and-Then Series: Whitehorse, Yukon

    written by ashleyaang on 2011-03-25
    Canada's Now-and-Then Series: Whitehorse, Yukon

    Lomography is taking over Canada, one analogue city at a time! We'll be traveling coast to coast for this series, digging into old photo albums and our online lomographic community as we reminisce the development of our beautiful Canadian cities! We're heading up north this time, to Whitehorse, Yukon... Perfect for this last cold blast we've been having!

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  • Unknown and Stylish People Whom I Couldn’t Let Escape

    written by susielomovitz on 2013-10-18
    Unknown and Stylish People Whom I Couldn’t Let Escape

    There are people who we don’t know from Adam, but who catch our eye like a magnet because of their presence and style. I never hesitate. If I have my camera, I ask them if I can photograph them, and I don’t let them escape!

  • Cities by Night Through the Lens of the Lomo LC-A+

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-06-08
    Cities by Night Through the Lens of the Lomo LC-A+

    We all like taking photos of our cities glowing at night, and among many a lomographer's favorite camera for the job is the Lomo LC-A+. We have tons of LC-A+ photos in the community showcasing cityscapes around the world at night, but we've put together a gallery featuring some of the best and the brightest!

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  • Nighttime Cityscapes and Scenes Captured Using the Belair X 6-12 Cameras

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2013-06-04
    Nighttime Cityscapes and Scenes Captured Using the Belair X 6-12 Cameras

    Cities shine bright even after the sun has set, making them perfect subjects for putting those long exposure techniques to the test. Among the film cameras that you can use to snap those glowing cityscapes is none other than the Belair X 6-12! Take a look at the city snaps our fellow lomographers have taken using this medium format wonder and be inspired!

  • The Passages, Neighborhoods and Villas in the 20th arrondissement, Paris

    written by andreadelaplace on 2013-06-19 #places
    The Passages, Neighborhoods and Villas in the 20th arrondissement, Paris

    Paris, as a world's capital, is known for its distinct European air and its cosmolite character. However, there is nothing more romantic than discovering the passages and villas of the 20th arrondissement.

  • Mission: Cities by Night

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-01-22
    Mission: Cities by Night

    Check out some nighttime missions we have for you! No typical game plan here, of bar hopping or other indoor activities, but instead tips on how to enjoy the outdoors. So stroll through a Chinatown, along a promenade where light shows take place after dark, and look up special events, such as outdoor art exhibitions!