When he's not creating mixes for his band Ladytron, Reuben Wu experiments with different films and cameras to create stunning dreamscapes out of natural scenery. Read on and learn more about him and his artistic process after the jump.
The Contax T2 is a camera that has made a name for itself by producing stunningly sharp images with brilliant and crisp color. Is it really worth all of the hype though? I think so.
Who knew that aside from being a vital tools for understanding our surroundings and getting around today's increasingly convoluted cities, maps can actually be turned into beautiful portraits? A Welsh artist and illustrator did, and his works are nothing short of impressive!
While most of us won't think twice about consigning those broken, rusty, dilapidated stuff rotting away in our backyards or garages to junk yards, a French sculptor has been making mind-blowing sculptures using bits and pieces from these discarded items.
Canadian photographer Michel Campeau pays homage to analogue photography through his book, “Photographic Darkroom/Photogenic Obsolescence.”
While most of us have to deal with bouts of photographer's block or lack of inspiration, a senior photographer still roams the streets of New York City in search of scenes and stories to capture even as she battles with illness and near-blindness.
In many parts of the West, the cultures and cuisines of the East are all rolled into a district called Chinatown. However, perhaps in a number of countries elsewhere in the world, there are dedicated spots for major Asian countries -- like the quaint compound called Little Tokyo in Metro Manila.
The thick fog makes these old black and white photos feel just a little more eerie, don’t you think so?
Back when I was still struggling to decide which film SLR camera to buy, I remember narrowing my choices to anything from Nikon or a Canon AE-1/AE-1 Program. Fate willed me to have a Nikon FE2 first, but like anyone with a chronic case of Gear Acquisition Syndrome, I never stopped wanting to have this beauty.
The Kodak Disc 4000 is one of the cameras manufactured by Kodak to support its then-newly-developed disc film format, a simple-to-use consumer film that was launched in 1982.
Want to decorate your wall with something artsy? We'd recommend for you to print your own Lomographs but here's another option you can consider!
20-year old Renee Ackerman veers from subjects most photographers her age would shoot and takes these dreamy, fanciful photographs.
We know you're all convinced that Kodak's infrared film is one rare gem in the analogue-loving world, and we're even more sure that the infrared snaps you'll find after the jump will simply blow you away!
Kodak and Indie Film have joined their strengths to go out in the streets, talk to analogue photographers, and film their passion. Here you have the trailer of the upcoming film.
Every fall, our community heads up to the mountains for a few days to escape the heat together. It's my favorite part of the season.
Autumn is my favorite season because of its colors. Yes, the trees can turn into an orgy of orange, yellow and red but the colors of college football and Halloween also provide a great canvas for my Lomo-lovin’ heart!
It has been a while since we raided someone's stash of analogue goodies but worry not because we're back with the help of one of our favourite LomoGurus! I bet you're familiar of this lady from California and she's here to let us peek into her analogue shooting kit.