We all have our favourite photographic subjects when shooting in analogue and one of the usual and universal subject that is loved by many belong to the Kingdom Animalia: CATS! Actors, artists, musicians, and even writers — they all have one thing in common: their very own furry, lovable friends.
We've just seen various actors and actresses and their cameras in their portrayals of different roles in the movies, fiction and based on real events, as photographers. Now, let's go behind the scenes and say cheese as these Hollywood stars hold their vintage cameras up!
These females (girls and ladies, alike) are not just charming and pretty -- they are analogue enthusiasts as well! Take a look at the most loveliest female photographers found in movie reels!
Of course there’s Yoko Ono and John Lennon whose photos by Annie Leibovitz stirred the world. But aside from them, Beatle wife Linda McCartney will have her posthumous photo book published on June to reveal intimate moments caught on film with Bob Dylan, The Who, The Doors, Janis Joplin, and other legends.
Stanley Kubrick wasn't only a star film director; he was also a superb photographer. Take a look at some of his bold Chicago snaps for a 1949 Look magazine assignment.
You've already picked out your favorite shirt and your most comfortable pair of Oxfords. Before stepping out of your house, do not forget to dangle your most beloved Lomographic camera around your neck! Polyvore.com helps us visualize how to be hip while shooting from the hip.
Not all of us were relaxing in the park last Saturday afternoon, instead some crazy but very dedicated Lomographers were partaking in The Royal Scavanger Hunt!
Two ultra-cool groups, two ultra-cool hosts (Russell Darling & James Butler) and one awesome vintage funfair is all we needed to rock it with the LC-A+!
In search of abandoned buildings for a Lomo session, I came across the Schöning Villa in nearby Vlotho. During my research on this mansion I have, in addition to the history of the villa, also came across another name - "House of Pain". On a sunny Sunday, Evalina and I made our way to explore the "horror" villa.
The Sarah Ferguson of Cinemas.
are you ready for the world wide pinhole day? making of this camera started when "cyanwater" request to have a SPAMera for her birthday. yeah... there is no way u can purchase one of the shelves. this SPAMera is of different mechanism compare to the original version from Chris Keeney.
We proudly introduce you to the Achievement Awards to the community! We’ll be dishing out these awards when you reach certain milestones of Lomographic excellence – Read on to find out more!
The sun has finally come out to play so this is your best chance to brush up on your camera skills before all the summer parties, festivals and picnics in the park start (if they haven't already!)!
It's been only 3 weeks since we officially opened the LomoHub to our London community and we've already had one rockin' party, an exhibition and 8 workshops! Heres how it all started...