Tag: poland

  • Łódz LomoWall Rumble Winner Announcement

    written by shhquiet on 2010-09-16 #news
    Łódz LomoWall Rumble Winner Announcement

    Our recent LomoWall Poland callout was a success! With your help, we were able to collect lots of brilliant Lomographs to adorn the walls of historical shopping/culture centre Manufaktura! We couldn't have done it without you. With love from Łódz, we present to you the winners for this challenge.

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  • Worlds Lomographic Piece LomoWall Rumble Winner Announcement

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-16 #news
    Worlds Lomographic Piece LomoWall Rumble Winner Announcement

    Thank you to all the entrants! Without your submissions our grand 20,000 photo LomoWall or 'room' filled with splendid lomographs from all over the world wouldn't have been possible! Read on to find out whose photos were chosen for the Worlds Lomographic Piece!

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  • LomoWall Rumble for Lodz's Lomograpy Meeting 2011

    written by sumsi on 2011-10-13 #news
    LomoWall Rumble for Lodz's Lomograpy Meeting 2011

    20.000 photos with peace from around the world will create a true piece of art - the Pokoj (Peace) LomoWall during Lodz's Lomography Meeting 2011. Submit your lomographs to become part of this exhibition and to pimp up your piggy account.

  • Worlds Lomographic Piece LomoWall – Account of Grand Opening in Lodz!

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-16 #news
    Worlds Lomographic Piece LomoWall – Account of Grand Opening in Lodz!

    The 20,000 photo lomographic mosaic that is the World Lomographic Piece was a huge success! In this case, its size told of how widely and warmly it was received. Here's our account of the opening event!

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  • The Horror of Auschwitz

    written by frankiko on 2010-11-15 #places
    The Horror of Auschwitz

    Having traveled to one of the locations most associated with the Holocaust, Auschwitz-Birkenau (Oświęcim), I realize that there is simply no picture, nor words, that can fully describe the experience. I spent an afternoon exploring Auschwitz I and II and was just deeply moved by the things that I saw and the stories that I heard - a truly eye opening experience to one of history's most harrowing chapters.

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  • Łódz LomoWall Rumble

    written by sumsi on 2010-08-05 #news
    Łódz LomoWall Rumble

    A small lomographic camera and a good film is just enough to restore colors and get rid of boredom in our city! We strongly encourage everyone to compete in our contest for the biggest LomoWall Poland has seen so far! Let’s show Łódź the world of lomographic images with a huge Lomowall.

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  • Kiev on Ice: Infrared Photos of Ukraine

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-06-29 #news
    Kiev on Ice: Infrared Photos of Ukraine

    Did you see Mario Balotelli's killer goals yesterday? Italy will go against Spain in the final EURO 2012 match this Sunday, so we're sharing these amazing infrared photos of Ukraine--one of the host countries of the football cup--that make Kiev look like a winter wonderland even in the summer time! Find out more about IR photography here.

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  • Auschwitz Concentration Camp I

    written by lihooi on 2011-11-12 #places
    Auschwitz Concentration Camp I

    Auschwitz, located in Oswiecim outside of Krakow, Poland has become a symbol of the Holocaust. The preserved memorial consists of two parts of the former concentration camp: Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau. A guided tour makes it possible to understand this place and requires about three-and-a-half hours. This article shows pictures of Auschwitz I.

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  • Varsovia: From Warszawa with Love

    written by carlosbull on 2011-07-06 #places
    Varsovia: From Warszawa with Love

    My personal view of the Polish city, a symbol for their country of resistance. A city of contrasts between ancient and thoroughly modern. A place where foreigners will feel like citizens as well.

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  • LomoAmigo Lukasz Wierzbowski: Exploring with the Lomo'Instant Wide

    written by lomographymagazine on 2016-03-28 #people
    LomoAmigo Lukasz Wierzbowski: Exploring with the Lomo'Instant Wide

    Polish photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski is known for his slightly eccentric, surreal and colorful photographs. For us, he put down his 35mm camera for a change and went out exploring with the Lomo'Instant Wide.

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  • Travel Stories: Cracow in an Instant by violetz

    written by lomographymagazine on 2015-11-17 #places
    Travel Stories: Cracow in an Instant by violetz

    What's a sure way to not lose your beloved travel photos? You can bring your instant camera with you! In this article, I'll tell you some of the lomographic moments I collected during my last trip in Cracow.

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  • Warsaw – a Past that is Not Forgettable and a Future that is on its Way

    written by anarollemberg on 2011-02-21 #places
    Warsaw – a Past that is Not Forgettable and a Future that is on its Way

    One of the saddest chapters of the world’s history takes part in Poland. But Warsaw proves that no amount of immense sadness can last forever. Even if sometimes the atmosphere seems to grieve for the past, there is a silent feeling of constant victory. The country is being rebuilt on the path of happiness and the future seems bright there!

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  • Gdansk, Poland

    written by lihooi on 2011-12-30 #places
    Gdansk, Poland

    Despite its history of being an important historical port at the Baltic Sea, today's Gdansk Old Town has been shined up and stocked full of hotels, restaurants, cafes, bars, and amber shops alongside with the Burgher houses that line its streets.

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  • Carpathian Mountains

    written by bongofury on 2010-12-29 #places
    Carpathian Mountains

    Let me take you back to the eighteenth century with the Dovbush group and the fight for freedom of the beloved motherland, Hutzulshchyna. Aside from its rich history, the Carpathian Mountains is also a great beauty and an interesting site to go hiking and take photos.

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  • Lukasz Wierzbowksi: Discovering New Faces and Places

    written by Teresa Sutter on 2016-04-29 #people
    Lukasz Wierzbowksi: Discovering New Faces and Places

    When Polish photographer Lukasz Wierzbowksi starts shooting, it's a journey for both him and his models. He plays with the environment, getting his subjects to interact with their surroundings. He usually shoots 35mm film but swapped his usual gear for some fun with the Lomo'Instant Wide.

  • Newcomer of the Week: Mierzejewska

    written by mayeemayee on 2013-07-21 #videos
    Newcomer of the Week: Mierzejewska

    She has a deep outlook in life and the elements that surround it. She is young and an avid fan of nature and the forms of art that make it. Sure is an interesting person to meet!

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  • Lomography May Dear!

    written by paulamonteiroh on 2012-05-11 #news
    Lomography May Dear!

    What connects Spring time and analogue photography? It's simple! Lomography May Dear! Check out these Workshops and Lomowalks happening in Poland! Read on for details...

  • Worlds Lomographic Piece LomoWall – Grand Opening in Lodz

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-11-03 #news
    Worlds Lomographic Piece LomoWall – Grand Opening in Lodz

    It's common knowledge that every piece of the world taken by a Lomographic camera is part of something big, but now it's part of something bigger! It's part of Worlds Lomographic Piece!

  • Auschwitz Concentration Camp II - Birkenau

    written by lihooi on 2011-09-17 #places
    Auschwitz Concentration Camp II - Birkenau

    As mentioned in the previous article about Auschwitz I, Auschwitz II - Birkenau is also a former concentration camp near Krakow, Poland. The construction of Birkenau was to accommodate the huge number of prisoners in Auschwitz I. The capacity of Birkenau was far larger than that of Auschwitz I.

  • Around Kraków with My Holga 135bc

    written by easilydistracted on 2011-07-14 #places
    Around Kraków with My Holga 135bc

    Kraków is hands down one of my top favourite places that we've visited, the atmosphere was amazing, the food was delicious, the beer was great (and cheap) and it was the perfect place to take my little Holga for a few photos.

  • “Stanczyki” railway viaducts in Poland

    written by dogma on 2008-11-07 #places
    “Stanczyki” railway viaducts in Poland

    If you ever gone travel through north east Poland and accidentally arrive in to a small village “Stanczyki” don‘t leave it without seeing one really impressive location. Just ask local people where could you find “Stanczyki” railway viaducts.

  • SPOT - Out of Control

    written by estrellla on 2009-03-13 #news

    Within the project of City Inside Art there will be a fusion of experimental, electronic music and Lomographic visualizations. Come to Poznan in the coming events and visit an exhibition, go to a party and join a workshop.

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  • Time Is Not Long Enough: A Tribute to Analogue Artist Jan Dziaczkowski

    written by danbarry on 2012-01-31 #videos
    Time Is Not Long Enough: A Tribute to Analogue Artist Jan Dziaczkowski

    Polish artist Jan Dziaczkowski died in September 2011. He was 28 years old. He had a unique voice within the art world. His collages were made using vintage photographs to create surreal landscapes. Read more about the tribute to the analogue artist after the jump.

  • ULICAJÓZEFA: The 10th Kraków Photomonth Festival

    written by denisesanjose on 2012-04-20 #news
    ULICAJÓZEFA: The 10th Kraków Photomonth Festival

    4 photographers, 44 places, 144 moments. Poland's Photomonth Festival aims to democratize art and photography, thanks to the efforts of Babel Images Foundation photographers. Find out more about the analogue event below!

  • Lomography Visuals at the Festival Nowamyzyka

    written by katja on 2008-05-21 #news
    Lomography Visuals at the Festival Nowamyzyka

    The Festiwal Nowamuzyka which is based in the small mysterious town Chiezyn, just 50 meters away from the boarder of the Chech Republic, is no longer an insider tip amongst electro kids and visual artists.