Tag: lifestyle

  • I Do Haiku You #17: Our Manifest Destiny Partially Explained

    written by basterda on 2012-01-20
    I Do Haiku You #17: Our Manifest Destiny Partially Explained

    Sean Lotman is interested in the narrative potential of photography. In an ongoing project called I Do Haiku You, he composes haiku and senryu poetry to companion images taken with a Diana F+.

  • Kraków in Fisheye

    written by soundfoodaround on 2012-01-10
    Kraków in Fisheye

    Taken last year, on a short trip to Poland, here are photographs of the Polish city of Kraków, taken with a Fisheye 2! We came across this Graphic Design student's blog and post and were compelled to share his photographs. So, venture on to the main article and see the city, and it's highlights, through a 170-degree view!

  • Today in History: Earth's Rotation Proven (1851)

    written by plasticpopsicle on 2012-01-08
    Today in History: Earth's Rotation Proven (1851)

    On this day, 161 years ago, a French physicist came up with a simple device that attempted to demonstrate the Earth's rotation. Read about how the device and the experiment after the jump!

  • Arthouse Films Presents: The Cool School

    written by emulsional on 2012-01-11 #videos
    Arthouse Films Presents: The Cool School

    The Cool School or 'How LA Learned to Love Modern Art' is an essential historical film about Los Angeles' art scene. Read the full article for more information.

  • Behind the Scenes: Capa’s Set Photos of ‘Notorious’

    written by jeanmendoza on 2011-12-22
    Behind the Scenes: Capa’s Set Photos of ‘Notorious’

    Many of us know Robert Capa for being a combat photographer. During his lifetime, he was also able to take other photographs, such as behind the scenes shots of Alfred Hitchcock’s movie ‘Notorious’. Learn more after the break.

  • Picnic Day to Escape the Heat

    written by quenita on 2011-12-15
    Picnic Day to Escape the Heat

    In Chile, the heat has arrived. We felt the need to escape the heat, so we went out for a picnic. Read about our picnic day-out after the jump!

  • Coraline – A Button Eyed Tale

    written by nicx on 2011-11-07
    Coraline – A Button Eyed Tale

    Be careful what you wish for! Neil Gaiman’s 2002 graphic novel by the same name was turned into a stop animation film in 2009 - Coraline

  • Corpse Bride – A Grave Misunderstanding

    written by nicx on 2011-11-14
    Corpse Bride – A Grave Misunderstanding

    A stop-motion, claymation film about death, betrayal, and mix ups; but most of all, love.

  • Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

    written by nicx on 2011-11-21
    Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas

    For anyone who knows Tim Burton, this stop animation musical is one of his greatest films and helped him become a household name. If you haven’t seen it – do yourself a favour and do!

  • Horny Ok Please: Week Two Of Adventures

    written by abhoan on 2011-10-20
    Horny Ok Please: Week Two Of Adventures

    Sonalee & Tony haveare on their second week of 8,000 Km journey along the coastline of India with 4 Lomography Cameras. This week they show us around beautiful parts of India with half moon beaches, backpacking locations and secret cafe's. Here is "Horny Ok Please" with their second edition of adventures.

  • Camera Stickers

    written by sacul on 2011-11-08
    Camera Stickers

    Billy Brown designer makes sticker camera in the 8-bit design. 91 different stickers from various eras of photography in the form of DSLRs and Canon L-series and other classic models such as TLRs, Polaroids. Of course, included are some of the beloved Lomography models.

  • Fish and Friends

    written by carlosbull on 2011-09-20
    Fish and Friends

    A meeting with a friend in Logroño (La Rioja, Spain) was perfect to use, for first time, the fisheye accessory for my Diana F+ using black and white 120mm film!

  • Where Did You Spend Your Holidays?

    written by dijay on 2011-11-24 #places
    Where Did You Spend Your Holidays?

    I brought the La Sardina out for a walk that day to the edge of the beach, breathing in the ocean's salty taste.

  • Belletts: LomoReporter @ Summer Jamboree Festival

    written by alessiab on 2011-08-23
    Belletts: LomoReporter @ Summer Jamboree Festival

    Belletts, a Lomographer from Ravenna (italy), is in love with analogic photography. His spare time follows the rhythm of his shots, trying and testing everykind of film and camera. As winner of LomoReporter@Summer Jamboree Festival contest, for Lomography he had to wear the dress of a special envoy to one of the most incredible Italian Festival. Excited to swim in a sea of ​​grease? Read the Belletts's story and see his photos.

  • My Model

    written by courtneygawthorp8193 on 2011-08-16
    My Model

    I take more pictures of this person than everyone else combined!

  • The Long Haul... To the End of the Street

    written by thelonghaulproject on 2011-06-15
    The Long Haul... To the End of the Street

    When you travel as much as we do, sometimes you forget about the places and stories that can be found right in your own neighborhood.

  • Flooding in the Prairies

    written by peach_slice on 2011-05-30
    Flooding in the Prairies

    Being in the flat prairies in the middle of Canada, and having a large amount of snow in winter. Flooding is a more than likely occurrence. Living on a farm with cows makes this a challenging time to be a farmer, but with great opportunities to take great photo's. I carry my Nikon FM SLR around all the time while out doing chores and just walking the land.

  • Taking It Outdoors in NYC: Bryant Park

    written by mblair23 on 2011-05-29
    Taking It Outdoors in NYC: Bryant Park

    Life spent in an office all day can get pretty grim. When the weather in New York starts to warm up, and the onset of spring seems inevitable, public parks begin filling up with office workers on their lunch breaks trying to savor as much outside time as possible. One of the best parks for a quick trip outdoors is Bryant Park.

  • The Carnival of New Year!

    written by erinwoodgatesphotography on 2011-03-14
    The Carnival of New Year!

    Why is it that we celebrate the New Year so? People put on silly hats, drink, dance, sing and party like it's 1999. This kind of carnival is celebrated mainly on the turnover of the new year on the calendar but in some cultures it is celebrated on different days. One thing is for sure, you can capture great photos at this carnival wherever you are in the world!

  • Get Analogue in Your Arts District

    written by rav_bunneh on 2011-08-17
    Get Analogue in Your Arts District

    It's Sunday afternoon and I need my Lomography fix! So what's free, neat, and has interesting buildings? No, not just "downtown", but the downtown Arts District! A place that in most cities, is a weekend mecca for Lomographers to live out their Analogue Lifestyle.

  • In the Shop : Gigi B.

    written by breyer on 2010-09-15
    In the Shop : Gigi B.

    Interview with art and gift boutique Gigi B. in Vancouver, BC.

  • Slave Away Tennis Sister

    written by sorhakang on 2011-05-25
    Slave Away Tennis Sister

    Summer hits and I'm shipped off to drive my little brother who happens to be an amazing tennis player to different locations so that he can play tournaments...not as a manager nor as a parent but as a sister who can be a slave under the hot sun and endures countless hours on the road so that the king may rack up points.