Light is the most important element of photography. Here at the Lomography Gallery Store NYC Greenwich Village we taught a group of Lomographers how to use light as a tool to create unique images. After a lesson on how to use the Diana F+ to make make long exposures into masterpieces, we hit streets of New York City for some night time shooting.
I saw some awesome results with splitzers, so, one rainy day, I decided to make my own. And what is a better camera to try this than the La Sardina? Read on and find out what I did!
Because we LomoLove children and Russia, we want you to follow in the footsteps of the citizens of Ulyanovsk, Russia, who on September 12th get the day off from work to create a baby boom of their own! Read after the jump for more details on our new competition with some awesome prizes up for grabs! Here's a hint, one of them is a Russian Family Van!
Governors Island is one of New York City's many gems. Each year the island is host to a day of art known as FIGMENT. We will be taking a group of Lomographers over to the event for a day of soaking in the sun and enjoying some unique artwork.
I'm pretty sure you've heard enough of tipsters about reusing and recycling empty canisters. To some, empty canisters are nothing, but to many, they are always something. Here's another something from nothing.
The Lomography Gallery Stores are a place for many wonderful things, including workshops, parties, meetups with other Lomographers, film processing, and all of your favorite cameras and accessories. But we are also a Gallery space, bringing you all-analog exhibitions that are sure to inspire. At the Lomography Gallery Store Gramercy in NYC, we will be featuring one of our very own during the month of June. Come by to support Nicole Neenan as she exhibits her work from her recent trip to Thailand!
Queensboro Bridge celebrates its 100th anniversary of marrying the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens in 2009. Though it's not used today nearly as much as it was in ages past, Queensboro Bridge is still one of the most photogenic in New York City.