We have new looks at each season, how could our cameras stick to an old look? Let's have a make-over and give your camera a new look immediately!
Meow~meow~meow~ That's how I met La Sardina. We fell in love from that day!
Here is a little tip for how you can politely ask people to pose in one of your photographs.
Holland Village in Singapore is only one of the major tourist attractions in Singapore's shopping scene. Coined the "bohemian enclave" of Singapore, Holland Village is a blend of Singaporean lifestyle, a nice mix between old and new.
Writer Neil Gaiman, shares some of his newest photos, as well as answers to the questions posed by the Lomography community. Psst! We're also giving away his old LOMO LC-A+! Read after the jump for more...
The photography community over the past few weeks have been abuzz about a newly discovered stash of breathtaking street photographs from the '50s. If you haven't heard of her already, its my pleasure to introduce you to Vivian Maier.
An exciting camera that's fun to build and fun to use.
A DIY twin-lens reflex camera (TLR) made of plastics that will truly amaze you for what it can does!
Glorious saturated colors without much of a color shift and good performance in varied light conditions make Fuji Provia 400X 120 my stock film for my Diana F+.
Author Neil Gaiman sends "Postcards from the Dreaming" with the Lomo LC-A+.
French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson, the father of modern photojournalism, has inspired plenty of photographers. His raw images capture the emotions of his subjects and his photo compositions are phenomenal. Read more about Henri Cartier-Bresson and his street photography.
I'm sure not everyone likes it when the film gets stuck while it is still in the camera. Here's what I did and the results turned out surprising!
Gone are the days Here are no housewives shopping at the wet market (which is shuttered anyway), no old men playing Chinese chess at the void decks, no children running around in the playground. The utter lack of humanity makes this place a ghost town.
When doing night photography, it is essential to know some tips and techniques that will help you attain beautiful pictures. Here are some tips that you can follow when doing night photography.
Lomography is taking over Canada, one analogue city at a time! We'll be traveling coast to coast for this series, digging into old photo albums and our online lomographic community as we reminisce the development of our beautiful Canadian cities! We've come this far, and we thought it would be a super cool idea to feature not one, but a whole BUNCH of cities for our final installment. Ladies and gents, welcome to the Maritimes!
Originally created by the Mi'kmaq (First Nation) and transformed by the British as arrival point for colons, this pretty city mixes modern buildings and ancient ones. Nice bridges, wall paintings and foggy weather are perfect subjects for lomography.
If you've ever been to Halifax on a Saturday you've most likely found your way to the farmers market. There have been some big changes over the past year with the move from the cramped Alexander Keiths Brewery location to the new Waterfront Market, but all your favorite vendors are still there and the atmosphere is still electric. The good thing is, it is now open 4 days of the week!
Yan Kit Swimming Complex is located along Yan Kit Road at Tanjong Pagar area. It opened in 1952 and was the second public swimming pool in Singapore. The pool has been closed since 2001 and is now abandoned.
Try this if you want more natural-looking lomographs!
There are two things that amazed me in Lomography at first, and still do: multiple exposures and the pink and purple Sensia skies. But my first attempts with this film didn't come out pink at all. Until one day, I finally solved the mystery.