Folding cameras have been popular from the beginning of the 20th century to the 50s. How usable are they today ? What are the benefits and what are the drawbacks ?
Incidents happen everyday, good or bad. What happened to me on the last day of 2011 is so amazing! It truly made my day! Read on to find out what made me so excited.
I wanted to make this years work Christmas photos a bit more special and have a bit of personality, so the first thing that came to me was LC-Wide panoramic! I knew there would be secret Santa and wanted to capture the night for us all to remember...before we all got too drunk!
How can I describe Fuji Provia 400X to you in a few words? Fast and reliable! I can count on it under any light conditions, without giving too much thought!
With the Lomography Safari Hunt in full swing, we thought it would be fun to show a few of our favorite animal photos. From cute little dogs to pretty intimidating bears, this gallery covers a pretty wide spectrum of creatures. And yes, we do know that not all these are animals in the strict sense, but we just love some of these masks…
It's not a question of putting a face to a name but of putting a face to a photo. In 'Behind Photographs', a series by commercial and editorial photographer Tim Mantoani, the photogs behind some of our age's most iconic photographs are the subject, each exposing the individual responsible for images that have, since their publication, been burned into our memory.
These spheres aren't perfect. Why's that? Well, it's because the objects jutting out of the perfect circle cause the jaggedness. These objects are skyscrapers, bridges, antenna and even the sky! How can the sky be angular, or even have a assignable form? If it's made of rectangular bits of paper, that's how!
One quick glance and you might probably say 'meh. shopped...'. Well, you got it wrong because Philippe Ramette does his self portraits with analogue effects resulting in jaw dropping, breathtaking, and gravity defying photographs.