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Thursday, 19 April 2012

Calling all Lomo lovers!

An email of a media release popped into my inbox the other day, and I thought I would share it.

Lomography UK have declared May as LOMOGRAPHY LAB MONTH!

Throughout May Lomography will be celebrating the 1st anniversary of its first Lomography LomoLab here in the UK with a month-long series of promotions and events.


Here's the deal:

Last March we proudly launched our very own photography lab in the basement of the Lomography Gallery Store East London. We set up the lab equipment and gathered together a special team of Lab Rats with expert knowledge on all things processing. We gave them some crisp white lab coats, a pack of rubber gloves and set them to work. One year later and the Lab is now in full swing. We have processed 13,926 rolls of film across our 3 UK stores and Online.

Here’s what’s on offer in each Lomography Gallery Store in the UK: Lomography Gallery Store Soho, Lomography Gallery Store East London and Lomography Gallery Store Manchester.

Week 1: Ready, set, shoot: 10% off all standard 35mm & 120 film processing.
Week 2: Movie Madness: Process 5 LomoKino films get 1 processed free.
Week 3: Big It Up: Half Price Enlargements - 10x10, 10x8 from digital files only.
Week 4: Panorama-Rama: 10% off all panoramic camera processing: Spinner 360, Sprocket Rocket & Horizion services.

Each Lomography Gallery Store will be running a series of in-store workshops and events focusing on different techniques for awesome results from processing. Check the Lomography Gallery Store’s Facebook pages for more details.

Each Lomography Gallery Store will be running in-store competitions throughout May.

So head down to any of the Lomography Gallery Stores in May and take us up on some of these great events and promotions! See you soon.


  1. Thank you so much for drawing my attention to this! x

  2. I won a Lomography camera at a bloggers event a few weeks ago but it's still in the box as I have absolutely no idea what I am doing! x

    1. What camera did you win? Just load your camera with film and start shooting! I've been 'learning' all about lomography just over a year now and it's just something you 'get' as you go along. Youtube has great videos, so if you're stuck [such as loading camera with film etc] have a look on there. x