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Featured project: Iraq by Tom Welland

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Featured project, Iraq by Tom Welland
Tom Welland has been featured on the site before and also contributed to one of the most popular articles that has been on JCH. Now tom has a series of pictures for us from what is a very unlikely tourist destination. Come and have a look at a different view of Iraq, shot entirely on film.
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Lomography for Newbies


Lomography for Newbies
Preface: The exciting toy-camera artistic movement has exploded in recent years. More and more people are having a go. Some are experienced, expert photographers who want to lighten up and play without obsessing over detail, some are comparative film neophytes who are intrigued by brightly coloured, trendy looking toy cameras and the fabulous pictures that they can produce. The problem is, many of people don’t know where to start and are quickly put off by disappointing results. This article is formatted as a series of questions asked by a fictitious newcomer ‘@NEWBIE’ and answers given to him by our panel of contributors.
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Lomo are at it again! New Film!


Lomo are at it again! New Film!
So Lomo have been up to something in their secret lab. Whilst checking out the Phoblographer yesterday I found out the Lomo have decided to release a new film. So I got in touch with them and got the lowdown.
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Building an instant Holga

So you want an Instant Holga?
A featured piece by guest writer Christopher Chang. Christopher will take us through the process of building your own Polaroid holga camera.
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Portrait of a Lomo addict – Tom Welland

Tom Welland talks to us about his Lomo passion
Tom Welland is a Lomo addict and passionate photographer from the UK. Recently Tom was featured on the Guardian website, so it is great that he decided to come and share his work with us too.
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