Finally, I manged to get a Lomo LC-A+ this year. I am wondering why so many people love it and are mad about this camera before I experienced it. There are too many people that have a mindset that "I will get a great photo or an amazing shot if I am using the LC-A+". But sorry to say that a camera does not give a great photo but the person shooting does.
It's been 9 months since I visited the Malaysian state of Penang, and I'm already feeling the need to go back.
You will never know what will happen in the streets; who you are gonna meet, what you are gonna see. It's like a circus of circumstances waiting to occur and be recognized.
Remember when we launched a rumble, asking you to prove your love for all things analogue? We received over a thousand submissions - all documenting a day in the life of a Lomographer. Now we're ready to reveal the top 20 winning photos - check them out after the cut!
No film means no fun. And that goes very well for us true-blue lovers of photography!
Her local Community is familiar of her cheery disposition which amazingly equates to her wonderful Lomographs! She's from Malaysia but she's pretty known in the international Community, too!
Photographers just love to shoot people and, depending on one's style and shooting preferences, most have a choice go-to film brand when an assignment calls for portraits. From color negatives to slides to black & whites, there's a perfect portraiture emulsion available at the Online Shop just for you!
Your plain, ordinary camera strap not doing it for you? Feeling a bit drab? Here's something to add some color to your analogue life!
Marilyn Monroe Crosses Out Unfavorable Portraits From A Contact Print During Her Last Sitting With Photographer Bert Stern
In an eerily unfortunate turn of events, this became the blonde bombshell's last photo shoot before passing in 1962.
"Quite a poetic feline", model and Lomographer Evon T. has rejoined us for another LomoAmigo edition – this time as muse in front of the camera! Evon knows artistic expression, and the lo-fi black and white portraits taken along a mysterious shoreline are quite nostalgic and breathtaking. See for yourself after the jump!