I love to travel and I love to bring home gorgeous pictures. Well, who doesn't? Let me tell you my secrets to great travel shots.
To many of us who watched the season premiere of The Walking Dead on Sunday, a certain camera featured looked rather familiar. That's right, it looks like our beloved Diana F+ has survived the zombie apocalypse and is being sold in a grocery store in Georgia!
From portraits to scenery to shots of random objects, here are some of the best medium format photos shot by our amazing community members with their Belair cameras!
High school was a place of many firsts for me. It’s a mix of anxiety and the feeling of looking forward to new experiences and new people. Honestly, I was never a friendly kid. I still find that hard to do. Maybe it’s because I tend to spend my time getting comfortable with the people I meet.
For old photos, more often than not, the pictures were commissioned and usually involved hours of portrait sittings. With the introduction of the Kodak 1, it brought semi-affordable photography to the people for the very first time. Here's the very first amateur photos that were taken with it!
Lomography Asia's theme this October is handmade. You'll see some cool features throughout the month centering around this theme, starting with a competition between Lomography and everyone's favourite rock candy haven – Sticky Singapore! After the jump, check out what sweet treats are in store for our colorful collaboration!
Combine the uniqueness of the Sprocket Rocket with that of the LomoChrome Purple and you get these amazing snapshots!
Don't feel like shooting with a hefty and heavy film SLR camera these days? Then, it's got to be a compact camera (or two) that you need to take with you. If you're not sure which handy dandy analogue companion to slip in your pockets and purses, we have a handful of suggestions that could help you make up your mind.
KC Brown, one of our buddies at TOMS, is giving us and the Lomography community a taste of his world travels and what it's like to work for TOMS in coordination with our recent #BESHADY rumble for World Sight Day.
Whether you want to teach your kids the wonders of chemistry or just want to do something interesting while inebriated, this film canister rocket is just what you need!
The artworks of a Melbourne-based artist may seem like crazy digital manipulations at first, but they're actually hand-cut color photographs layered and arranged to form amazing collages. Read on to take a look and find out more!
We’re thrilled to present the latest Instax Camera to shake up the world of instant photography. Be among the first in the world to own the brand new Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Camera!
Without a doubt, nature is a top favorite subject among our Lomographers who have gone trigger-happy with their cameras loaded with the Lomochrome Purple!
We’ve already seen some of the otherworldly-esque snapshots taken with the awesome LomoChrome purple film; now, let’s have a look at these photos that take the fantastic to another level!
Their countries may be mountains and seas apart but that doesn't mean they can't exchange ideas and films to be able to create a magical analogue result!
Are you ready for The Big Malayisa Rumble? Well, it's here! Get your cameras and photograph the vast country comprising 13 States, 329,847 km², and two regions, this October. Then be sure to get your photographs scanned and uploaded to your LomoHomes and participate in this legendarily large rumble!
Do you want to add a purplish hue to your photos, but don't have the Lomochrome Purple at hand ? You must try this easy camera modification that creates an effect that is somewhat similar to shooting with Lomochrome Purple!
It took us a while to announce the winners of our rumble but hate not for we've got the most psychedelic Lomographs for you!
Kodak and Indie Film have joined their strengths to go out in the streets, talk to analogue photographers, and film their passion. Here you have the trailer of the upcoming film.
Classic science fiction/fantasy television series “The Twilight Zone” made its debut on the evening of Oct. 2, 1959. More than half a century later, what once was an unpopular series has now become an important part of television history.