Found yourself unemployed and you still want to shoot black and white film but you can't find one? This will fix you up. Even if there are no stores carrying b&w film, that's okay just get some C-41.
Capture all the vibrant colors of nature with your 35mm camera and the Fuji Provia 400X!
It’s always nice to stumble upon works featuring analogue photos that can just make you do a double back. Well, it gets better when you see that that artist is a fellow Lomographer! Show some love for photographer and analogue enthusiast Crisitna Altieri after the jump.
On this day we celebrate the 182nd birth anniversary of celebrated English writer, mathematician, and photographer, Lewis Carroll!
From everyone here at Lomography, congratulations to aussenkorrespondent for having the LomoHome of the Day!
It's no secret that I like playing around with color filters. Here, I'll show you how I created overlapping color images using green and red filters.
Audrey Hepburn was considered one of the most glamorous actresses of all time. With her good looks and dainty appearance, she was also seen as a big fashion icon. Learn more about her on this edition of Fast Facts.
You don’t always need a scenic landscape to take a picture. There are times when you just need to capture a moment.
Lita Bosch’s photographs carry a simple yet personal feel to them.
Young photographer Nicolette Clara Iles’ portfolio boasts of impressive portraits.
Doing a PhD is time consuming and hard. Rest assured, you will never get the result you expected, and never in the time frame given.
Venice has recently been nominated as the most beautiful city of the world, as a tourist destination. I was born in the nearest town to Venice, called Padua (or Padova), so it has been always so simple for me to go to Venice for the Carnival or just to walk.
cyeow is a little bright colleague next to my desk whom I befriended during my internship. She was amazed by every single I showed her and could not wait to try it herself. I handed my precious La Sardina to her, and here comes an interview about her encounter with Lomograhy!
In this post, let me tell you about how I made a connection with analogue photography, and how thankful I am this thing happened to my life.
Sometimes we'd like to give out "most friendly" awards in this Community because the LomoLovin' just keeps on pourin' that we can't help but feel overwhelmed!
For someone loving to walk, observing the ground and its details is mandatory, over all if those nostalgic details are searched for shooting. Paving stones are part of it.
A kit camera that offers more than just stereo pinholes for a low price.
Sometimes you want to get crazy close to your subject or capture minute details. Here are a few tips to help you out.
UK-based photographer Sam Cornwell gives us a more in-depth look on his short film "Pilgrimage", his shooting style, and why he thinks digital photography is like processed chicken.
There is no doubt that Walt Disney is one of the most influential animators and storytellers of the 20th century.
Looking for something different to photograph? You might want to draw inspiration from a photographer-designer's series of silhouette scenes created using cut-outs. Read on to find out if it's something you'd like to try!
When Jim Morrison sung Come on, Baby, Light my Fire, was he referring to sound artist Yuri Suzuki and Mathew Kneebone lighting 6 flame tubes? Probably not, but can you imagine glowing embers moving, in sync, to the vibrations of music? After the jump, watch the flames jump off 6 Rubens Tubes!
Yasuhiro Ishimoto (石元 泰博) was a Japanese-American photographer and began his path behind the camera under depressing circumstances. His early studies in Architecture influenced his works, as did existentialism. After the jump, we'll reveal more about this influential master.
We recently shared with everyone some classic reads for the young and the young at heart, one of them penned by one of the most influential lady writers in history. For this installment of American Masters, the spotlight is on the life and work of celebrated novelist Louisa May Alcott.
It's coming into fall in the northern hemisphere and although to me that is just a reminder that winter is around the corner it is a great time to get out and take some Lomographs! I headed to the local public gardens and what better place is there to see how the seasons change!
Today, the world unites for International Literacy Day, to stress the importance of constant learning in man's life. We've been bringing you some bits and pieces that foster learning in our little way, but in case you haven't seen them yet, here's a recap of some running Magazine series that could help make you a smarter lomographer!