Shoot to Thrill: A Tour of Pittsburgh in Lomographs

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After a recent business trip to our Pittsburgh office, our pal Jeff from Lomography sent us a batch of stunning Lomo photographs taken during his trip. Through the plastic lens of the delightful Diana Mini, Jeff captured snippets of city sights, leaving our staff bamboozled as we tried to decipher the what and wheres of each picture.

If you’re familiar with the ‘Burgh, take a peek at these shots and see if you can guess the landmarks and locations of each photo, then check your answers with the key at the bottom of the post!

Got your guesses? Compare them to the answers, below!

1. Our favorite ketchup-o-saurus near Market Square
2. CALL wall on Fifth in Uptown
3. Abandoned house in Uptown
4. Pittsburgh’s famous robot sculpture, “Arch,” on the edge of Downtown
5. Andy Warhol Bridge
6. Such Gothic heights in Downtown
7. Up, up, and up PPG Place
8. View from the top of the Cathedral of Learning
9. Reflections on architecture, Cathedral of Learning

“The first thing I noticed about Pittsburgh was the epic architecture,” Jeff said of his trip. “I love photographing buildings, so there was a wealth of subject matter!”

Want to take Lomo photos of your own? Develop your collection of  cute equipment with some of our stylish cameras and be sure to catch up on the 10 Golden Rules of Lomography! We’d love to see your finished photography, so don’t forget to share a pic on our Facebook page, tell us about it on Tumblr, or tweet a snapshot @ModCloth!

Chris

5 Responses to Shoot to Thrill: A Tour of Pittsburgh in Lomographs

  1. Grace 08/25/2011 at 1:38 pm #

    Love the ketchup-o-saurus!

  2. Marne (ModCloth) 08/26/2011 at 7:50 am #

    Yay! We love Jeff!!

  3. Holly 08/26/2011 at 3:23 pm #

    Technically it is a Ketchup-ceratops :)

  4. Brady 08/29/2011 at 8:09 am #

    Love the shots of my hometown!

  5. Sara 08/29/2011 at 1:41 pm #

    These are great! I LOVE Lomo and Pittsburgh, so this post is really a treat! Since moving to Pitt, I also noticed the beauty of all the different buildings, surprises are everywhere if you just look up and pay attention :)

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