Whether you're a fan of Nikon cameras or simply delight in spotting some film cameras in the movies, you'll definitely enjoy watching "The Bang Bang Club." Aside from the analogue eye candies, the action-packed film also gives us a glimpse at the lives of four combat photographers who actively documented the conflict in South Africa during the early 1990s.
A landmark camera for Leica, the M3 is a 35mm rangefinder camera that was introduced in 1954 and came with several notable features. Find out more about this Leica beauty in this installment of Lomopedia!
Matt Abelson, the crazy mind behind the Battlefield and La Guillotine cameras, has another out of this world concept camera - the Hyperscope!
Bunny Yeager looks like she’s the one getting photographed instead of being the photographer here!
The Taj Mahal and George Harrison – two legendary figures in one photo, why not!
Hunter Thompson lounging on the beach and enjoying his favourites – sand between his toes and his trusty filter cigarettes
Thompson’s works were characterized as accurately blunt and true as they are funny.
This winter (summer in the southern hemisphere), I went to Buenos Aires (Argentina), Punta del Este (Uruguay), and the Iguazù Falls (Argentina/Brazil) carrying my brand new LC-A+. Since Iguazù Falls has been my last destination, I only had a roll of film in black and white (Ilford FP4+). But I'm happy because black and white film turned out to be a perfect choice for the falls!
The Ilford FP-4 Plus was my first black and white film. The photolab dealer warned me when he suggested it to me: "You'll fall in love with this film!". And I immediately fell in love with it, mainly because of its very fine grain.
While Pablo Picasso worked primarily with paint, the iconic and multi-faceted Spanish artist also fiddled with many other creative mediums. One of them was photography, introduced to him by LIFE photographer Gjon Mili.