Do you still remember your first steps into the amazing and life-changing journey that is film photography? Today, we'd like for you to take us back to the time where it all began, to the camera that started it all, to the very first film photos that made your analogue-loving heart swell with glee!
In many of the places I've travelled, I've seen small, yellow amphibious tour buses -- the ubiquitous 'Ducks.' In some places the pleasure cruisers are encouraged to blow duck whistles, but everywhere they tour on land before descending into the city's waterway. I decided to become a tourist in my own town and ride the London duck.
Going to festivals is tons of fun, whether you’re going to a cultural one or a rock fest. Every moment is excitement, unfolding, every scene is for you to behold. Taking pictures during such events is a must lest you want those memories gone with the wind and lost forever.
In celebration of International Women’s Day (and Women’s month in some regions), we’d like to re-acquaint you with some of the finest contemporary women photographers that we’ve featured on the magazine. Read their stories by clicking on the links and be inspired.
Although having grown up in a time when film photography was the norm, working with instant pictures was something special for me. Today it is even more special, as this analogue form of photography has been my companion for almost twenty years.
At the time when photography was still practically regarded as a man’s work, these influential women not only defied the norm but did so excellently.
LomoChrome Purple 400 is Lomography's answer to the legendary color infrared films Kodak Aerochrome and EIR. Much like its predecessors, it's technically demanding and full of surprises. Here's a rough guide to get that purple color you've always wanted.
If there's one thing about our interview with the creator of Washi Film, Lomig Perrotin, that stuck, it’s that we shouldn't let the recent decline of film options slow us down with our passion for film photography. Right on, Lomig.
For most, Washi paper is just quirky and fun material to decorate things with like your favorite camera but France-based photographer Lomig Perrotin found new use for the material. Perrotin developed the Film Washi. You read that right, it’s film made from Washi paper.
Laissez les bons temps rouler or let the good times roll this Mardi Gras! Enjoy the festivities, good company and whacked-out parades but don’t forget to bring your favorite Lomo camera with you!
Ever wondered what animated GIFs look like if they’re turned into analogue devices? This wooden hand-cranked automaton can show you just that.
Long before Peter Jackson and Kate Winslet became household names for the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy and “Titanic,” respectively, they collaborated on a wonderful little film called “Heavenly Creatures.”
Ian Ruhter describes himself as an alchemist. Through the magic of film photography, he offers to paint a portrait of America. His goal: to connect everyone. His tools: a dark room at the back of an RV, chemicals, and wet collodion plates. Find out about his project through this beautiful video.
D.I.Y re-skinning a Canon Canonet in Santo Rosewood Veneer: a step by step tutorial.
Up for a good scare? Check out this short thriller by artiach!
We've seen too many photos of fruits, mostly organized neatly on market stands. But this photo by kleeblatt is so refreshing, we just have to declare it our Photo of the Day!