If portraiture is something you're interested in, we're sure you'll find the photos you're about to flip through nothing short of inspiring and impressive!
We've got a big Community in the Americas that's why it's only proper to separate our LC-Wide Racers from this region into two teams. And most probably, things will turn out more exciting that way!
It's coincidental, sometimes even magical; that moment when you see an airplane taking off or flying high up in the sky.
People travel to see the world and experience various cultures. They explore corners, meet different people, and see several sites that may or may not attract them.
If you love taking photos using available light and hate enabling flash, then the Fuji Natura Classica is the perfect camera for you. With its sought-after NP (Natural Photo) mode, you'll be able to capture true-to-life colors and minimal grain using high-speed 35mm films even in low-light situations!
November was Lomography's birthday month, and December 6 brought about the 1 Year Anniversary of the Lomography Gallery Store Austin! What better way to celebrate on the cusp of these momentous occasions than with an exhibition showcasing the analogue works of art as photographed by our local community!
You have until December 8 to win one of two La Sardina cameras being given away at actress Zooey Deschanel's fun and female-friendly site, Hello Giggles! One is a blank La Sardina DIY ready for customization, and the other is a one-of-a-kind creation by photographer Duane Fernandez!
It started with a whisper and then grew to a buzz at Lomography HQ. What was Neil Gaiman doing here and could we get an autograph?
It's megzeazez, aka DJ Megz, bringing you another fantastic list of songs for November! This month, in celebration of Lomography's 20th anniversary, I've asked my friend Ben Aqua to share five of his favorite jams from the 1990's. Ben will be the DJ at Lomography Austin's Anniversary party, so read ahead for a taste of what's to come!
“A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading.” ― William Styron
What better way to celebrate Lomography’s 20th Anniversary than with lots of bubbly? Roll out the red carpet and welcome these luxurious Editions!
I bet you never gave a second thought about how these babies are made once you pop them out of the bottle, and you get a sip of that sweet, sweet vino.
As you may have already heard, Lomography and the NURI brand, famous for their Portuguese spiced sardines in a can, has launched a joint product, the La Sardina Nuri! These two products were really meant to complement each other: they have both convinced thousands of fans of their exquisite fishiness!
We Lomographers just can't help but adore our very cute furry friends in this world of analogue!
November is Lomography's birthday month, and December brings about the 1 Year Anniversary of the Lomography Gallery Store Austin! What better way to celebrate on the cusp of these momentous occasions than with an exhibition showcasing the analogue works of art as photographed by YOU!
Good things in life take their time! That's true, the LomoMatrix of Madrid took it time but it was worth it. Do you want to watch it? keep on reading and enjoy!
We are all about tracing back the LC-A Race which happened three years ago. And what best way to be nostalgic but to look at Lomographs!
With September being literacy themed, I set about trying to find a few decent holiday reads and came across three that I actually really rather enjoyed!
I use to read a lot. When I was a child, I read books like there was no tomorrow. Of course, I did not understand everything, but I kept reading and looking things up in the encyclopedia set my parents had gotten for me as a child. My main genres were science fiction and memoirs. Books are great because they tested your imagination and would provide fodder for you to create a world in your mind. Pictures work in a similar matter as books, but without the text, you have basically just an image or several images telling a story.
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.