We Will Welcome You To Japan!

Do you remember what happened last March 11, 2011 in Japan? Yes, we had a big earthquake and Tsunami. You must have watched the situation on TV. One year has passed since the incident. What do you think we should do as lomographers?

Kodak Tmax 400: Pushable Film

As we all know, Kodak faced a hard time in the business world. They produced a lot of great colour films such as the legendary Kodachrome, as well as monochrome films. As analogue users, we should support Kodak to help them sustain in this world so that all the great film will not be lost due to the mainstream age.

(Source: lomography.com)

Malaysian Community Personality Guide #4: fayeusokoi and Her Spinner 360°

With our wide variety of Lomographic cameras, let’s check out which one draws the most attention and love from our selected Malaysian community members! This time, fayeusokoi – a graphic designer from Malaysia – shares with us her Lomographic journey with her favorite camera in relation to her personality, along with a selection of her favorite shots.

Negatives as Ribbons

Planning to give out something for your lomo loving friends this holiday season? Why not try adding a touch of lomography to your gift by attaching this easy to make film ribbon? It’s fun, easy, and eco friendly too. I’m pretty sure you have a couple of film negatives that you’d like to dispose off properly so why not recycle it, right?

A Warm Welcome for the Lomography Malaysia Team!

Welcome! Selamat Datang! 欢迎! நல்வரவு! In Malaysia, we share a culture between different races, we communicate with multi languages, we share the same mission towards a better future, and we share the same passion towards the love of analogue photography. In Lomography, we communicate with colorful Lomographs, and so, we do not have language barriers.