Tag: structure

  • Structures in Analogue

    written by mayeemayee on 2013-06-09
    Structures in Analogue

    We Lomographers tackle various subjects for our fim photography. From portraits, events, food, fashion, and of course, lovely structures we just can't miss, architecture!

  • The 50 Most Magical Photos!

    written by soundfoodaround on 2011-12-16
    The 50 Most Magical Photos!

    Some of these photos were sought out, some were serendipitous findings. They are all ethereal, mystical, magical, and one more splendid than the next! So take a gander, or gaze in amazement, at the selection of pixie dust enhanced pictures!

  • Beauty in Structure - Photography by Lorenzo Zandri

    written by cheeo on 2017-08-16 #people #places
    Beauty in Structure - Photography by Lorenzo Zandri

    See how lines and shapes lend themselves to the striking work of Lorenzo Zandri.

  • Diana F+ - Structural Doubles

    written by mephisto19 on 2009-04-20 #gear #tutorials
    Diana F+ - Structural Doubles

    Inspired by ndroo's Lubitel+ tip a few weeks ago a friend and I decided to give structural doubles a shoot with our Diana F+.

  • The Peak, Hong Kong

    written by eva_eva on 2009-03-18 #places
    The Peak, Hong Kong

    Located on Hong Kong Island, The Peak was never as popular as it is today.

  • Tirana

    written by wil6ka on 2009-02-22 #places

    The capital of a South-European country nobody really knows anything about. No wonder, because it detached itself from the world for half a century. But now it is waiting for you to be discovered and surprised.

  • Ta Prohm: Amazing Roots and Trees

    written by weechonghooi on 2011-11-26 #places
    Ta Prohm: Amazing Roots and Trees

    This is about a visit to a kingdom of wonder called "Ta Prohm" located in Seam Reap, Cambodia. Ta Prohm, is the one temple that painted my impression the most during my visit to Cambodia. It was a backpacking free and easy trip. So I did not read much about this temple and I could not explain much of its history. However, I could tell you guys how amazing this place is.

  • Location of the Week

    written by silvergwen on 2009-11-01 #places
    Location of the Week

    This week's winning Location takes us to one of the largest cathedrals in the world in Italy!

  • The Reichstag, Berlin

    written by tommynorth on 2009-03-24 #places
    The Reichstag, Berlin

    The German Parliament Building, enjoy walking around and be amazed of the structure and combination of a modern and old architecture.

  • Go Strukture Krazy with the Konstruktor!

    written by cheeo on 2013-09-23
    Go Strukture Krazy with the Konstruktor!

    The DIY kraze never goes away with the Kontruktor, Lomography’s first assembly camera!

  • "The Panier" Oldest District of Marseille, France

    written by azurblue on 2009-07-06 #places
    "The Panier" Oldest District of Marseille, France

    One of my favorite place in Marseille is the Panier district. It is the oldest part of the city and a very picturesque place to visit by foot.

  • Rockefeller Center

    written by migueld on 2009-03-22 #places
    Rockefeller Center

    Easily one of the most recognizable landmarks in New York City, Rockefeller Center is a hub of activity.

  • Banteay Srei: A Pink Fairyland of a Temple

    written by wallflowersforjane on 2011-02-13 #places
    Banteay Srei: A Pink Fairyland of a Temple

    Anyone who has visited the Angkor region knows that Angkor Wat is a magnificent structure, deserving of all the accolades that have been heaped on it. But somewhere in the north, there is a small temple named Banteay Srei that will steal your heart.

  • New Lucena, Philippines

    written by ethermoon on 2009-02-04 #places
    New Lucena, Philippines

    New Lucena is a 5th class municipality in the province of Iloilo, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 19,490 people in 3,744 households. New Lucena is a nice place to shoot. There are lot of great, tall grasses there and yes, lovely places that is like enchanting to most of us. Located in the deep-center heart of the Iloilo province, there are many ways to go there. It can be either the highway or by the other way around (Cabatuan route).

  • Frankfurt Eastend

    written by gemma81de on 2008-04-27 #places
    Frankfurt Eastend

    If you are in Frankfurt and don't want to see the typical tourist spots you could check out the eastern part instead. There you can find the industrial port, built in 1908 (which you can only see from the outside unfortunately since the entry is forbidden) as well as ancient rail tracks that aren't used anymore, old cranes and the old Grossmarkthalle, one of the most famous market halls in Germany, built in the 1920s.

  • Tiznit, Morocco

    written by locokid on 2009-03-16 #places
    Tiznit, Morocco

    Some images from the town of Tiznit and nearby Aglou. Tiznit is a beautiful walled town about an hour's drive south of Agadir on the N1 road. I took a shared taxi all the way which worked out really cheap.

  • Wide-angle Architectural Photography with the Lomo LC-Wide

    written by cheeo on 2014-06-17
    Wide-angle Architectural Photography with the Lomo LC-Wide

    If there’s one thing that the Lomo LC-Wide was made for, it’s shooting wide-angle photos of architecture with its ultra-wide 17mm Minigon lens.

  • The Old Royal Observatory (London)

    written by kylewis on 2009-02-11 #places
    The Old Royal Observatory (London)

    Greenwich park, a world heritage site was the first of the Royal parks, covering 73 hectares, which is an awful lot! It is situated on a hilltop with impressive views across the River Thames to Docklands and the city of London. Behind it lies the open expanse of Black heath. The site is also a grade 1 listed landscape and a site of  Metropolitan Importance for Nature

  • Godzilla (Tokyo)

    written by wil6ka on 2008-08-13 #places
    Godzilla (Tokyo)

    One of the great heroes of mine surely is Godzilla. The big fellow from the seaside, who was created through atomic pollution by American evildoers in Japan. Hence Japan was bombed by A-bombs the whole multitude of nuclear pollution was a very relevant dramatic element. The character was created in 1950s and was instantly a major success in the Japanese Cinema. This is grand B-Movie-History. Up to date there have been 28 movies made and the next big thing lingers around the corner. Rumors say, that there will be another epic Japanese G-Film soon.

  • Lotus Temple

    written by ng1336 on 2008-05-09 #places
    Lotus Temple

    In the shape of the lotus, the temple represents purity, tenderness and calmness. Its significance is deeply rooted in the minds and hearts of the Asian culture for centuries.

  • The Grand Place

    written by golfpunkgirl on 2008-04-27 #places
    The Grand Place

    Belgium is a tiny country with Brussels as its capital. I find that many people bypass it on their travels...in fact a lot of people don't even know where on the map it is! Sad! I'm sure the only thing they can relate to it is probably the actor Van Damme or Brussels sprouts.

  • San Fermin - Iruña

    written by petrolomo on 2008-10-17 #places
    San Fermin - Iruña

    After a week hiking on the Pirinees we decided to celebrate my birthday in Pamplona. And what a wise decision it was, the whole city was dressed in red and white, all the bars were full of party people and in the streets sin took over. Even for those like us that don't like the bullfight scene, the spirit of San Fermin is about hot summer nights and dancing like there is no tomorrow, eh eh eh!

  • Katarina Hissen

    written by azurblue on 2008-04-27 #places
    Katarina Hissen

    For a great view of Stockholm, take the Katarinahissen in Sodermalm. Katarinahissen is an elevator, built around 120 years ago, which takes you up about 40 meters to a restaurant called Gondolen above Slussen.

  • Coimbra

    written by sissas on 2009-02-04 #places

    Coimbra is nationally known as the city of students, because the university is the oldest one in Europe and is attended to by people from all over the country and from different parts of the world. Bathed by the Mondego river, it is a really beautiful town with a lot to explore.

  • London weekend walk (part 1)

    written by arsemonkey on 2008-12-25 #places
    London weekend walk (part 1)

    The sun was shining and the sky was blue, the perfect conditions for a photographic 'mission-possible'. Starting out in the East End, I prowled

  • London weekend walk (part 2)

    written by arsemonkey on 2008-12-25 #places
    London weekend walk (part 2)

    More of a relax day and a walk up Columbia Road for the flower market and the wonderful. A bustling mad house for 1 day a week. Sadly a pretty much wasted my Sunday with menial tasks and ended up treading much of the same ground.

  • National Maritime Museum and Naval College

    written by kylewis on 2008-12-25 #places
    National Maritime Museum and Naval College

    The National Maritime Museum is a stunning piece of Architecture which spans the lower levels of the slopes of Greenwich Park. Running parallel to the River Thames, it also includes the 17th century Queens House.

  • The Parking Garage (Florida)

    2008-05-09 #places
    The Parking Garage (Florida)

    For my favorite spot of lomo fun, I go to a tiny parking garage in downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. When I had a class nearby I went fairly regularly and there was a lot of construction going on and a lot of fun signs all about, which I love because I always feel as though signs are shouting at me. Once I was brazen enough to slip past security (who was blaring classical music and chatting up a fairly bootylicious woman) and construction hazards and make it up to the rooftop.

  • A City of Florescent Paper Structures

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-03-21
    A City of Florescent Paper Structures

    "I'll huff, and I'll puff, and I'll blow your house in" said the Big Bad Wolf. If you lived in one of Yo Shimada's Post-It structures then the wolf would have probably succeeded!