Namaste! On arrival, I was warmly greeted by the local guide and this kicked off my 48 hours of fun in Delhi, the capital of India.
What do Woody Allen (Midnight in Paris) and Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Rises) have in common? Besides being two of the biggest names in Hollywood, both filmmakers are rather low-fi folks. Not fans of texting or emailing, they both continue to create movies in film and avoid unnecessarily hi-tech shooting techniques.
As corny as that may have sounded, the term "elephantastic" has been used for tourism, which I wouldn't dare dispute. It is indeed nothing but fantastic. A few nautical miles away from Mumbai's Gateway of India, the island is worth a daytrip, especially on those days when you're just tired of the same old daily city grind.
While some like to present their photographs unedited or straight-out-of-camera, it turns out that a little snipping here and there can transform good images into great ones. Did you know that some of the most iconic photographs of the century are actually cropped versions of their originals? Check out the gallery below and tell us what you think!
We know you have a lot of questions about shopping, shipping and duty for cameras bought from Lomography's online shop for India. Here is a detailed article to answer all your questions!
What happens when Music mixes with Film? It produces sparks, colors and amazing pictures. This month from India, we have a Lomo Amigo who does just that, fusing music with color through his LC-A+!
3 Blogs and 64 amazing entries to Inspire By Design Contest with Lomography India. And now we're releasing the results, giving away 3 beautiful La Sardina's!
In this new ongoing series "5 Questions on Analogue Photography with…" we send out the same set of questions to photographers. This time Mumbai's Digital Marketer and Photographer Kumar answered these questions and prepared a gallery of his photos.
India is layered, exposed yet hidden, soft and warm as well as harsh, all at the same time. No one knows this better than Raghu Rai. Read about this renowned Indian photographer after the jump.
Don't you sometimes wonder who checks a dentist's teeth, gives a masseuse a massage, and takes a photographer's photo? Well, my last conundrum is answered by these black and white self-portraits of masters in mirrors, highlighting a photographer's self-reliance, creativity, and even equipment.
Lomography India is looking for ambassadors all around the country. If you like Lomography, going out, and writing, then this is the job for yo! What does an ambassador get for all this? How about lots of freebies, opportunities and LomoLove from us? :-)
Check out these amazing photos of translucent ants eating colored liquids! These photos are by Indian scientist Mohamed Babu whose wife discovered that the critters turned white after drinking spilt milk. Another science marvel turned into art!
We are proud to announce our brand new series of articles on LomoPeople India! He's a rock-n-roller, redscale clicking, fisheye lomographer! Our first LomoPeople is from New Delhi, India and he's talking to us about film, Lomography Fisheye and shooting children from 100 feet up in the air!
Spring & Summer is here with colors everywhereA And Lomography India celebrates the same spirit with the Click Color Rumble!