Compare, contrast, draw inspiration from, and even shake your head in disagreement at the answers from our special guest contributors. Today, we're featuring Tracianne & Trasienne Estrada, a pair of analogue shooting, hair banging, and wanderlusting sisters from the Philippines.
How's this for hardcore? Photographer Dabe Alan decided to document his sessions with tattoo artist Tony Touch as he got intricately inked with symbolic camera and film designs! Analogue cameras + tattoos + time-lapse videos = all the things we like! Watch the cool clips below.
Just because we lomographers are carefree snapshooters doesn't mean we don't need some essential tools and supplies when we're out in the field. Let me share with you some of the basic stuff you can easily find and put together to create a Survival Kit!
For the next painting in my series, I've chosen a personal favorite by @hodachrome to transform into painted form! Read more about it after the break!
It is undeniable that we Lomographers have an endless fascination for cats. Hey, I could bet that they are favorite subjects! Those cute felines, they surely make our day!
Hot off the press! Lomography Gallery Store Singapore is featured In the latest issue of Travellution, a bi-monthly local magazine. Grab your copy today! (Or come by the store and ask one of our staffers to translate if you can't read Mandarin!)
We've been in the Twitterverse for six years already? My, my, how tweets fly! Here are some fast facts about the social media site and how you can join LomoJeopardy, our very own Twitter game, and win Piggies! Oink oink! Tweet tweet!
International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8. Celebrations around the world take place to honor women and their achievements. This year, we’d like to celebrate by showing appreciation for some women who have made their mark in the photography world.
In times of emergencies, you might find it a hassle to rummage around your bag and look for the items that you need. Here's a quick and simple tipster that will help you. Read on for the steps.
A few months ago, we challenged you to get extra crafty and do more with your photos with a Clever Collages Rumble. Each of the entries were eye-catching in their own way, but there's one that totally blew us away. Check out the winners after the jump!
Art lies in the heart of every city! And for our Manila CitySlickers' second task, we asked them to roam around their analogue cities and know more about its artistic side. Let's take a look at what Joanne has to share with us after the stop.
Jim Marshall was able to capture some of rock 'n roll's finest moments through his camera. Take a look at some of his photos and learn more about him in this second installment of Behind the Lens.
Let's do something fun that everyone can take part in for this installment of the Analogue Reader. I'm not sure if this is familiar to you, but let's do 15 Books, where you share with the community 15 books that you've read that will always stick with you. Are you ready?
In the early 20th century, English photographer Arthur Mole and his American associate John Thomas were commissioned to take photos of soldiers while they assembled to form various symbols in the history of America. Learn more after the break.
I've re-started an idea that I've had for a long time; transforming lomographic photographs from our community into paintings! I did my first painting almost a year ago, but I thought it deserved some explanation. Read more about it after the break!
This is my very first collage, since I was interested with the 'Clever Collage Rumble'. First I thought about the theme of my collage. It should be fun! In my opinion, Lomo is about having fun with your camera and your creativity. No rules! My collage is created by using my photos while everyone's wearing funglasses.
Two twelfth graders paved their way into awesomeness by launching a Lego man into outer space and took photos of its journey using a DiY rig and a $400 budget. Let's check it out!
In 1995, The Smashing Pumpkins released a double-album representing day and night - "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness". It's one of the most successful albums during the '90s, which also spawned the most memorable and very creative videos in MTV history.
Izima Kaoru was born in Kyoto in 1954 and is best recognized for his series “Landscapes with a Corpse.” These photos combine horror with beauty in portraying models and actresses acting out their ideal deaths.
13 years ago, Jeff Harris made a New Year's resolution - that is to take a picture of himself each day. And 13 years and 4,748 self-portraits later, has done an amazing and inspiring work. Let's check it out.
Denim, son! Look at these amazing collages made entirely out of denim! British-born, Sweden-based artist Denimu incorporates cut up jeans to create his unique artworks. Check out the photos after the jump.
This could be the soundtrack for those quiet moments - lazy mornings, calm afternoons or the moment when you're about to drift off to sleep.
Light paintings and long exposures remain to be favorite techniques of Lomographers and film photographers, utilizing light to create interesting images. Internationally-acclaimed Tokihiro Sato has been doing just that--playing with light to capture photographs that are dreamy, compelling, and extraordinary.
Japanese artists are known for their unique and often highly surreal masterpieces that both challenge the mind and call for a vivid imagination. Take a look at the compelling works of Matsui Fuyuko and see if it draws you to her solo exhibition.