I've not had much luck searching for vintage cameras in my local charity shops. This prompted me to check out the nearby Sunday car boot sales to see if I can get lucky with a great camera find. Lucky there are a few close to home and they're quite large events too.
Russia meets the road as we take our soviet LC-A+’s to the streets of West Hollywood and make Eggleston’s out of us all! In this workshop we will cover the history of street photography, share inspirational images from the masters of this craft, and give you inside information of how to capture provocative images on the fly.
Australian girl goes to Hamburg to hang out, and finds that fate brought her there for a reason. The story of girl finds camera. Or camera finds girl. In any case, a true love is born.
She writes poetry, plays the piano and shoots fantastic Lomographs. In this Lomo Amigo feature, Strangelilgirl shows us how creativity requires one to be a little strange.
I like to take the picture of weddings. I can feel a sense of satisfaction and joy with each moment of happiness and beauty that I could capture using film and a Lomography camera.
All over the world, there are hand painted and hand crafted signs and lettering that cover the walls and streets of every city. Those are my favorite examples of analogue graphic design.
Dreamy and soft focus images courtesy of the Diana+ delivered straight to your hand in seconds. That is what the Diana Instants Extended Rumble is all about!
We know that we need a hand with all these rumble backlogs but never fear, the community is always there to help us out with their unyielding support!
Hurry and get a "Sugar High" on our most amorous LC-A+ yet!
It's LC-A+ Russia Day! Just as sexy (if not more so) than Rex Manning Day.
Paul Anka: a closet Lomographer? ;)
Classic portraits of Hollywood stars taken by London photographer Cornel Lucas in the 1940s and 1950s are being showcased in a central London exhibit until late August.
Looking through the review articles I was surprised to find nobody has done a review of the Kodak Brownie 127 model, particularly as it lends itself so well to taking 35mm film.