Of the days of the Holy Week, Maundy Thursday is typically the day for Catholics to do some church visits called Visita Iglesia. This tradition has its ancient roots when Holy Thursday was set for some visit to sacred sites associated with the passion and death of Christ in Jerusalem. The practice was replicated in ancient Rome with visits to seven of the earliest basilicas as symbolic of the holy places in the Holy Land.
Paper filigree. I don't think many of you know what is it, except people with art degree. But, why don't we try to make a camera in such a way?
Have you ever accidentally pressed the eject button on your instant-back adapter before taking a photo? If so, you have likely been crushed thinking about what an incredible waste it is to have to discard these instant "blanks". Well you no longer have to let them go to waste. You can re-purpose these blanks to create cool photo collages.
If you have some empty film canisters with a little bit of film sticking out, let me show you what else you can use them for (aside from making DIY redscale films), perfect for this season of love!
To officially bring Lomography's stellar 2012 to a close, here we have the best of the best that December had to offer. Let's take a brief look back, and celebrate the end of a smashing year, and the start of another!
Miami-based mother and baker Marta Ebra, also known as Sugarcrush on Flickr, whipped up some analogue goodies for us to enjoy. She created some edible decorated cookies in the likeness of some of your favourite film cameras and the La Sardina Capri Bagni di Tiberio is one of them!
We know you love shooting analogue, we know you love sharing your photos here on Lomography, now we're taking it to a whole new level. Get ready to have your photographs printed the analogue way and delivered to your doorstep!
This is a small feature that didn't take long to embed, but we like it a lot! Twitter cards make it possible to attach media experiences to Tweets that link to your content. We've unlocked it for photos and articles. Enjoy!
Do you recognize the screenshot below? You do? Aw, come here and let me give you a hug! That means you've been around ever since the Lomographic Society International settled in its' first web home, back in 1996. That's twelve years ago!
Life is a one hell of a massive experiment, and to dip one’s toe into the unknown is what you need to get things started. But before you embark on something adventurous, it’s essential to know all the basics first, as insisted by Adam, our LomoGuru for this week!
Every parent should make it a point to take lots of photographs of their children. Perhaps, these are one of the best gifts we can ever give them in a life time.
The mixed media works of our featured artist from San Francisco may appear simple at first, but stare at them longer and you will notice the pleasant combination of patterns and colors in each of her work. Take a look at some of them after the jump!