Street photographer Johnny Stiletto captured the 1980s London scene with his 35mm camera. With his keen eye for detail, he was able to take some satirical and candid photos while firing blind.
Magdalena Wosinka. Not just a Polish name. Her lifestyle photography has a unique taste of California: sun, naked people, musicians, skaters, celebrities, etc. Her pictures are the result of a skateboarder turned into a photographer who wants to make models feel really at ease.
The best coffee I had recently came from an unlikely place - a surf shop in the middle of New York City.
Anybody having second thoughts on getting this beast of a camera should definitely reconsider. If you like ultra-wide lenses, then this golden boy is beyond any doubt the camera for you!
Lomography Netherlands let me borrow the new LC-Wide to try it out. A smart little camera with a wiiiiiide angle!
I was lucky enough to enjoy the super-talented Uni and Her Ukelele concert and my Diana Mini was there with me.
Different styles, different colors and different perspectives. Every week is a showcase of talent and creativity as we feature the most popular LomoWalls!
The Parc des Buttes Chaumont is so beautiful that you would never guess that it used to be a garbage dump and before that, gallows.
It's about time we introduce you to the folks who make the Lomography Magazine fun, entertaining and informative. Of course we thank the community for their great submissions! But, behind the scenes we have a fun-loving editorial team which works night and day to bring you the stuff you like to see and read.
Did you ever wonder how people get this nice sprocket holes on their pictures? Get yourself a medium format camera and a scanner and start making you own! I did it with two different scanners and would like to share the results with you. Perhaps you also have a scanner at home that is capable to do it!
About a new skill that I really didn't need, and a new Lomography camera I needed to spoil myself rotten with!
Paris has its own Lomomatrix!
I was over the moon when I saw the email 'You are one of our prophency winners'! I swear my heart skipped a few beats! From that day onwards, I daydreamed of the trip, running through the wardrobe for my summer-fashion-parade in Europe and stocking up on my films!
I would like to discuss some of the practical questions I have been repeatedly asking myself, since I have started Lomography-ing. I might be very (some would say: too much) scientifically minded, but I often need to define a few rules, as I find myself a little lost in the absence of rules. I know: I am already in contradiction with Rule #10, "Don't worry about any rules". But if you are patient enough to continue reading, I would appreciate to know your opinion on these matters.
Located directly across the street from Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Primeburger has been a midtown mainstay since 1938. The food here is still delicious and most importantly, cheap!
When anyone asks me about my favorite place to eat, I excitedly exclaim, "DU VIN!" Even with my obvious slaying of the proper French pronunciation, it's all worth it when we walk into the most charming, beautifully decorated, hidden gem in Honolulu, Hawaii.
I love to do double exposures with my Lomo friends in and out the country. I love to see different cultures, the cities and life in general in one frame of picture. But apart from mark the film to do successful double exposures, there is an easier method...
Would you believe that gloomy days are great days to go out and shoot? Experience tells us that sunny days are the absolute best times to go out and take pictures, but overcast conditions have their own benefits when it comes to shooting as well. Here are some tips and suggestions on making the most of those grey days.
"From the first time I saw a photograph being developed and printed, I was hooked. I couldn't believe it. It was like magic." — Dennis Morris
Australian girl goes to Hamburg to hang out, and finds that fate brought her there for a reason. The story of girl finds camera. Or camera finds girl. In any case, a true love is born.
Sunsets are always beautiful moments to shoot. During my Sardina test shotings, I went one late afternoon to the Raiatea Lodge Sunset Pier, a magical place!
Carlo Piro is a young photographer who loves slowness, semplicity and living as well as shooting with gentleness. His photos reflect his delicate Weltenshauung, his love for analogue and the serenity of spending summer afternoons on the terrace along with friends, books and the double-bass' deep yet melodious sound. (cfr. Essen | A taste magazine)
She’s sweet, beautiful, a great singer and has a strong passion for anything analogue – please meet Marike Jager. We’ve introduced her to the Lomo LC-A+. Guess what? They were a perfect match! Want to know more about Marike? Read on!
What you see is never quite what was actually there. Colors and contracts are false, light leaks erase parts of the scene. With time, photos - just like memories - can fade completely.
The Lomoluck showed up again! It couldn't resist the last launch of Lomography: The La Sardina.
First things first: this is not the scientific article full of facts and numbers that the fancy title up there suggests. Instead, I aim to provide what I hope is some useful information to help your work flow and also provide some directions towards some totally free (and totally legal!) music from mostly unknown artists.
Whether prostitutes in Bombay, homeless teenagers in Seattle or circus performers in Vietnam, Mary Ellen Mark’s (b.1940) images have excelled at recording the lives of people on the margins of society in a dramatic and visually compelling way. Mark's images resonate with emotional and psychological force. They are rooted in reality, and many of them record the faces behind social issues.
When Chicago nanny Vivian Maier died in 2009, she left behind an archive of over 100,000 negatives, prints, and home-made films discovered only shortly before her death.
What’s the essence of a country? What’s the feeling that you get from a land? What defines city flavour? What remains in your memory when you leave a certain place? What’s Tipish Nederlandese about Amsterdam? If there's one thing that best characterizes it, it has to be without a doubt, the canals. The canal system running through the city resembling blood veins and giving it life.