Lomography is collaborating with Paris based blog I Still Shoot Film to bring you a fun and simple analogue competition. Read on to find out how to participate.
What do Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris) and Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Rises) have in common? Besides being two of the biggest names in Hollywood, both filmmakers are rather low-fi folks. Not fans of texting or emailing, they both continue to create movies in film and avoid unnecessarily hi-tech shooting techniques.
I've been shooting black and white film more and more recently. Here are some of things I've learnt since shooting in black and white.
Since I started pin-holing the world, I have had the strong desire to make a special camera, with the purpose of shooting just one photograph. The purpose was to sacrifice the camera in the process of photo creation – I wanted the camera to become the photograph. To let you understand, the process from the camera to the photograph is the same that ties the baby bird to the egg: the bird grows protected from the shell and when it's ready breaks it and comes out. This is why I decided to create the Pinhegg – An Egg Pinhole Camera.
In this review, I'll tell you about my favorite camera, the Minolta Hi-Matic F, and the benefits of rangefinder cameras.
Photography can be considered a visual language. Photos capture an event and that instance that is frozen in time can communicate a story. Let’s take a look at some elements that make up the language of photography.
How many cameras does it take to cover a van? No, this is not a trick question involving calculating the surface area of a van and then dividing it by the shape and size of an average camera. After the jump, read about a man who did this and how many cameras he ended up using.
The concrete jungle where dreams are made, New York City will always be best known as the city that never sleeps. With so many things to do, see, and take pictures of in NYC, you're simply bound to use up rolls and rolls of film just trying to document a single day here. That said, we want you to share your favorite experiences in New York and be part of our brand spakin' new city guide.
Howdy partner, it’s time to saddle up with the brand new La Sardina cameras Belle Starr and Coyote! With designs inspired by America’s Wild West, these 35mm whippersnappers are lovingly crafted from oxidized brass and finished using a combination of etching and laser engraving.
Traveling by air with film is an adventure in and of itself, but well worth it. You will need to prepare for your trip though. This article offers tips for a successful photo expedition; most importantly, getting to your destination and back without x-ray damage to your film.