His passion for photography was discovered from the most unexpected situation. Famous for his powerful concert shots and artistic wedding portraits, Aloysius Lim, the love for photography started in 2003 while incapacitated after a knee surgery for a football injury. His work is magnificent, so we invited him to try out the Petzval Lens with his Canon Camera. Read on to get blown away!
It is our pleasure that Kodak Alaris have also joined us on this quest into the analogue future. In an open letter addressed to the Lomography community, Dennis Olbrich (President of Personalized Imaging at Kodak Alaris) firmly states that Kodak will ‘continue to offer the full portfolio of photographic films and papers’. As partners in the mission to keep a great selection of film available for analogue photographers, we at Lomography are thrilled by this news. Read the letter after the cut ...
Lomography Gallery Store Singapore brings you series of workshops this July.
We're celebrating Instant Month across the globe this May at Lomography. Let's see what instant shenanigans Lomography Singapore is up to! Here's the first of Singapore's A Photo A Day series featuring Meerly!
We're celebrating Instant Month across the globe this May at Lomography. Let's see what instant shenanigans Lomography Singapore is up to! Time for Kenneth from Singapore in this installment of A Photo A Day!
The Diana Mini has big shoes to fill by being little sister to the classic beauty Diana F+. But the “Mini” was born a star in her own right. Our Diana Mini Workshop hosted at TANGS Orchard on 19th May attracted more than 30 Lomography lovers to explore the endless potential of this "Mini" beauty! Look what you've missed!
"I am inspired by how the simplicity of the LomoKino can create boundless possibilities, just like the myraid of music the ukulele - a simple 4-string instrument can make. Going analogue makes me realise and appreciate that the simplest things in life bring the greatest joy." Glyn Chan, Ukulele Movement
I had this week’s article written and ready for publishing two weeks before my deadline but a lot has happened since then so I decided to write an entirely different article, one that would be more fitting. I also dusted off my trusty Mamiya C330 so I could capture the sense of this piece on film.