Guys, from here we are hearing that the city of Senigallia is giving a lot to do for the festival, which very soon, will open its doors to all those who wants to dive, for passion or just for curiosity, in a sea of grease, bike, shows, pin-ups and so on and so forth.
A quick and easy little tip to mark your full rolls of film.
Crisp, clear, beautiful underwater photos, for a cheap price!
No Fritz the Blitz? No Problem! Here's a quick and easy tipster for you La Sardina eaters!
Perhaps a little too influenced by the work of French artist Sophie Calle, whenever I'm in Paris, I have the habit of following people around.
The unknown beauty from Mardorf surfer beach.
Can you feel the chill? It's time to crown the king of Russian Winters as we announce the winner of one of our old but not forgotten Flash Rumbles!
A lot of people like multiples but are never satisfied with the output enough to shoot them more consistently. I want to talk about how double exposures work and what you can look for.
July is the month of weddings, the month of love, the month of sunshine in Europe. July is the perfect month to get in contact with other Lomographers.
Yielding a bluish (and sometimes, greenish-slash-yellowish) tones that are often quite unpredictable, let me say that this film is simply one of the best!
Fisheye Camera / Lens + Fisheye Circle Cutter = Circular Photos!
It’s probably a well known fact that Andy Warhol and his Polaroid cameras got along really well. Images of Warhol with his instant companions are not too rare and this certainly comes as no surprise from the king of consumerism and instant gratification himself.
We teamed up with Brit Award nominated mega band Guillemots to bring you a rumble inspired by their latest single 'I Must Be A Lover'. Here are the winning shots!
I don't know about you, but I never seem to remember all the little things that are needed for each camera. Thankfully, my Diana Multi Pinhole Operator came with a handy little Exposure Guide, but I couldn't seem to fit it into the camera so I would always have it with me. I used Photoshop, cut and pasted a few things, and viola! A neck strap equipped with an exposure guide.
A musician dared to say that music production is like analogue photography.
This is the story of my first real bit of analogue shooting at the G20 protests in London back in April 2009.