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.
You have probably been reading lots about American conceptual photographer Cindy Sherman here in the Magazine, but how many of her works have you actually seen? Not to worry, because we're bringing you lots of Cindy Sherman stuff this week, starting with her guises from the late 1970s to 1980s.
Hiding deep within the English countryside lies this spooky derelict asylum...
Little notebooks are so handy for jotting down ideas, notes and sketches. This one has a sweet little embroidery on the front in homage to the Diana F camera. If you don't feel like doing the embroidery, you can decorate your notebook with paint, decorative punches, use decorative paper or just leave it plain. Stow this little notebook in your camera bag or pocket and you'll never need to worry about forgetting that great idea.
Do you think you’re too snowed under with work that you feel like you need 72 hours a day in order for you to beat the deadlines? You don’t have to stress yourself thinking too much about it! It’s all about time management, but if you think getting yourself a plain old, corporate looking daily planner would make you more irritated, then Rachel has thought of a remedy that would inspire you to do more with this DIY project she did!
Here we go with our mutant bag tutorial. This transparent bag can become any color in the world. It has a pocket inside that allows you to put pictures, drawings or whatever you want.
Are you bored of ordinary shirts? Our DIY duo bloggers, Sophie Pester and Catharina Bruns, will show you how to create your own Stripe T-Shirts! This DIY tip is for everyone who loves colors and wants to wear special handmade designs.
Welcome to St. Petersburg, city of the Hermitage, Peterhof and the golden-domed Saint Isaac's Cathedral. Find out what lomographers chose to snap in this Russian city right after the jump.
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.
Still in deep sleep or can’t get off that daydream inside your head? Worry not, because you need a lot of that! And once you’re done, just don’t forget to wake up because you need to enter this week’s new showdown!
In 2011 exactly 9,184,059 different items were liked on Lomography, a majority of those being photos and articles. Right now, you can see a person's photo likes in their LomoHomes, but what if you wanted to see which articles you have liked? Or someone else's? So, we thought about a different visualization of one's likes.
A photobooth is designed to do the same thing over and over again. It reliably snaps your photos, day in and day out. Same depth of focus, same format, same repetition. But some of us want to snap back, and you may wonder which approach, and which camera you should use to really capture your photobooth in action?
We ran into this link on a friend's Facebook page and we couldn't resist sharing it! Not only is it awesome that they had over 1,500 images developed, the stop motion within the stop motion really had us smiling. Check out the video!
We've teamed up with Black + White Photography Magazine, to bring you a monochrome rumble in which you can win a subscription to this awesome mag!
Maurizio Anzeri is an Italian-born artist who combines vintage photography with embroidered contemporary designs to create his "Photo Sculptures". This analogue approach to graphic design yeilds some unusual and, oftentimes, eerie results.
So you want to own a legendary Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim? Looking around the internet you'll find lots of tips, rumours, modifications and examples of this plastic wonder but it can be overwhelming for the newcomer. Here is my tutorial tipster for buying, owning and using a Vivitar UWS.
Santa Fe, 1943. A 3-year-old little girl asked her Dad why she couldn't see the photograph that he had just taken of her. The Dad was challenged by this question - and within an hour he had cooked up an idea and scurried to a friend's house to discuss the possibility of a camera that would spit out the picture after exposure.