Audrey Hepburn has countless photographs that flaunt her classic style and timeless beauty, and we can only wish to look as immaculate every day. Here are some rare photos of the glamorous Hollywood star and her most iconic sartorial looks, plus the beauty secrets she told her own children.
How my husband's idea for a project inspired a whole family. Beginning with one challenge: £30 to buy a film camera, one black and white film, and one colour film. The start of lomographic adventure!
The La Sardina was a camera I ended up buying the same day it came out last year. The version I brought was the lovely bright red El Capitan. I thought I would give you an insight into all the places I visited whilst shooting the first roll through it. Read on to find out more.
When my father-in-law said that he had found an ancient roll of film that he thought I might be able to develop, I said I would give it a go. It was a tricky task, but the results brought back a moment in family history from 35 years ago.
It was a sad day when my old SLR was stolen. I couldn't afford to replace it at the time and I was devastated. Years later and as things moved to digital I'd all but forgotten about my missing P30 but it seemed almost inevitable that one day I might once again be reunited with one.
One day, I was bored and itching for a DIY project. After rummaging through the study for materials and scouring the internet for how-tos, I decided to make a pinhole camera out of a matchbox. Yes, I've built a camera! See the resulting shots below.
With the Fisheye Lens for the Diana+, you can peer through the eyehole of your door and imagine a circular world inside your camera!
In case you haven't heard, graphic print swimwear is the hottest fashion trend this summer! Check out these sexy maillots and quirky bikinis featuring photos of the man on the moon, seascapes, cute animals, and more! Would you wear your analogue photos to the beach?
Emma Case is a pro-photographer, who makes her living capturing the most important photos in people's lives - their wedding day. She uses the Diana F+ in her work, and this makes her stand out from other photographers. Click through for a swoonsome gallery of Diana shots!
Do you remember what happened last March 11, 2011 in Japan? Yes, we had a big earthquake and Tsunami. You must have watched the situation on TV. One year has passed since the incident. What do you think we should do as lomographers?
Join us for the first get together of arguably the most southern group of lomographers! All are welcome to talk film, shoot some pictures and discuss all things Lomo! See you at the Auckland Domain Wintergardens.
Michelle has been a passionate photographer since she was young, and learned her way around a camera in 1991 at the Maine Photographic Workshops, where she first discovered the Holga. Now she teaches about toy plastic cameras and has even written a book about it!
Read about the thoughts of a thirty-something engineer based in Tokyo on the correlation of age, Lomography, and the realization of doing something you love other than a 12 hours a day job.