The San Francisco-based photographer and writer, Ian Tuttle, has created an awesome way to keep his subjects within frame (so to speak). With this nifty camera modification there's always a captive audience!
We've all heard and experienced it one time time or another. You're just minding your own business taking a few snapshots with your Lomo cameras when out of nowhere, uniformed individuals accost you and demand that you either show them a permit or stop shooting. This is the war against photography. Know your rights!
Ever feel like you want to bottle up everything you love? Now is your chance to do it! We’re inviting you to join us in this year-long project and use whatever analogue camera you have to shoot ALL the things you love – people, places, things and encapsulate them in a film canister!
We won't interupt your special Valentines day plans by having a host of activities on the 14th so we'll do it on the 10th of February instead!
The process of making Lomographs is just like painting itself. We choose what to shoot with our cameras, as well as the painter decides on what scene he'll make with his brush. Both Lomographer and painter are two artists that are aiming for one similar thing - to make beautiful pictures. And for this week, see how our Tipster chose to paint with light, literally.