Celebrate Literacy Month with our newest edition to the DIY FILTERS. Put those old books to some good use as a filter for your analog cameras.
If you are looking for some inspiration for your next photo project, grab your favourite camera and films, and visit your closest amusement park! You might come up with great colourful pictures worthy of the handpicked section.
Day by day, our world gets more and more overrun by the digital revolution. From the complex down to the mundane, old favorites are continually being replaced by "better" digital alternatives. But is there anything better than sitting down in the kitchen table and slaying dragons with pen, paper, and your imagination?
It's a new year and it goes without saying that new beginnings must occur as well. Resolutions are meant to broken tough (and are incredibly passe), so this time around, I'll stick with a photo project that I've been itching to do for years already - Project One: One year. One lens. One film.
While our Russian friends are busy getting jiggy with it for Russia Day 2012, let's take a look back at one of Russia's oldest babies: the Volga Gaz 24!
It's an honest profession that no one should belittle or look down upon. Here's some tips and gentle reminders on the art of riding cabs!
Let's face it. Having models, especially new or inexperienced ones like most of our friends, strike different kinds of poses is no walk in the park. Thankfully we now have a guide!
As a tradition for the past 16 years, the Milan Film Festival warmly welcomes back the Milanese and all the film fans who've reached the capital of Lombardy to calm their thirst of atmospheres and emotions projected on the silver screen...
It's really hard to replicate the past but the LomoMission 69: Back to the Future, the community tried their best and produced some hilarious results! Here's the winners!
What the heck is a strobist? It is basically off-camera lighting. What is the point of off-camera lighting you ask? Find out after the jump!
I would like to discuss some of the practical questions I have been repeatedly asking myself, since I have started Lomography-ing. I might be very (some would say: too much) scientifically minded, but I often need to define a few rules, as I find myself a little lost in the absence of rules. I know: I am already in contradiction with Rule #10, "Don't worry about any rules". But if you are patient enough to continue reading, I would appreciate to know your opinion on these matters.